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    ajitnair is offline Newbie
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    root of a scale

    What do roots of a scale of chor d basically mean.

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    The root or tonic is the first note in the scale. In other words it is the note whose chord you are playing or the note whose scale you are talking about. So the root in a chord of C is C.
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    w !O PS+ PE+ Y+ PGP- tv+ b+(-) !D G>+++ e>++++ r+(-) y- W+++
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