REQ: Table of Scales/Chord Scales Chart

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by vini, Oct 8, 2005.

  1. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    I was looking for a scale and/or chord scale chart.

    like represented in a tabular form so to say :help: :help:
     
  2. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    no replies??? :Worried:

    v bad! :mad:
     
  3. .:SpY_GaMe:.

    .:SpY_GaMe:. New Member

    ok i think tahts what u r looking for??


    not my wrk though but some reps welcomed for browsing the forum for it :p: ;) ;)

    its by someone in igt his name is written below the pic i think ;)
     

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  4. .:SpY_GaMe:.

    .:SpY_GaMe:. New Member

    or is it this one actually did not understand ur querry?/@!!
     

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  5. har1s

    har1s <b>Untitled</b>

    vini wants the scale pattern of all the chords... ryt?
     
  6. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    Yeah..!

    any1??
     
  7. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    you should try some software
    like guitar power
    its not free
    but u can crack it
     
  8. JAZZ

    JAZZ New Member

    nice info spygame !
     
  9. abhimanjrekar

    abhimanjrekar ----&gt; Zhol-Man&lt;----

    i have guitarpower its a nice thing....
     
  10. sixstringsin

    sixstringsin ||||||

    Do you want a table of what chords constitute each scale such as A thru G and A# through G#?
    Eg: Scale -> C Chords -> C F G Am
     
  11. anshphenomenon

    anshphenomenon Rape me :boff:

    i think she wants the scale showing all the chords in a major..and minor for tabbing out a song.
    eg..if a song is in G major scale,then using what patters of chords will u tab out the song..like D Am C...

    i guess there was one thread where some1 posted this chord chart..
    even i had it nut now its gone..
     
  12. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

  13. vini

    vini Repeat Offender


    EXACTLY!! :grin: what chords constitute each scale!

    :help:
     
  14. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    Okay. You know how to form a major scale? i.e.- do you know the notes of all the major scales?



    If not, just ask and I'll tell you how to find them out.


    Once you've found out all the notes in the major scale, just use this formula:

    The first note corresponds to a major chord

    2nd- minor
    3rd- minor
    4th- major
    5th- dominant 7th or major
    6th- minor
    7th- minor 7th b 5th or half diminished

    So in the scale of C, the notes are:
    C D E F G A B C

    The chords will be:

    C Dm Em F G7 or G Am Bm7b5
     
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  15. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    Yeah..thanx!!

    just tell me the chords included in all scales (as many u can tell here..temme all majors and minor for now :p: )

    like u told me in C scale the chords are> C Dm Em F G7 or G Am Bm7b5

    same way temme for others :)
     
  16. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening


    Damnit...you're making me work for nothing.


    C#: C#, D#m, E#m (Or Fm), F# major, G#7 or major, A#m, B#m7b5 (or Cm7b5)

    D: D, Em, F#m, G, A7, Bm, C#m7b5,

    Eb: Eb, Fm, Gm, Ab, Bb7, Cm, Dm7b5

    E: E, F#m, G#m, A, B7, C#m, D#m7b5

    F: F, Gm, Am, Bb, C7, Dm, Em7b5

    Now repeat this exact same pattern for every note that comes in every chord: i.e.- 1st is major, 2nd and 3rd is minor, 4th is major, 5th is dom7, 6th is minor and 7th is m7b5. I'm not writing the chords, I'm writing the notes for the scales:

    F# G# A# B C# D# E#

    G A B C D E F# G

    Ab Bb C Db Eb F G

    A B C# D E F# G#

    Bb C D Eb F G A

    B C# D# E F# G# A#
     
  17. ankit_tulsyan

    ankit_tulsyan New Member

    Basic chords and functions in all of the major keys

    I , IIm , IIIm , IV , V , VIm , VIIo
    C , Dm7 , Em7 , F , G7 , Am , Bo
    G , Am7 , Bm7 , C , D7 , Em , Fo
    D , Em7 , Fm7 , G , A7 , Bm , Co
    A , Bm7 , Cm7 , D , E7 , Fm , Go
    E , Fm7 , Gm7 , A , B7 , Cm , Do
    B , Cm7 , Dm7 , E , F7 , Gm , Ao
    F , Gm7 , Am7 , B , C7 , Dm , Eo

    I = major
    II = minor7
    III = minor7
    IV = major
    V = dominant7
    VI = minor (known also as the relative minor)
    VII = diminished

    i think there is sum way to figure these out urself .... take a major scale
    eg C major C D E F G A B C now for the first posn pick up the three alternate notes starting from I in this case so u get C,E,G ;they using the chord formulae give u the C maj chord ..............similarily for the IInd psn u strt frm D an then pick F and A they give u the Dm chord ...........this way u can figure out the maj ,minors and diminished but not the seventh..........
    hope this helped..​
     
  18. sixstringsin

    sixstringsin ||||||

    Very nice info ankit and bjr!!

    @ankit: " ..... i think there is sum way to figure these out urself .... take a major scale eg C major C D E F G A B C now for the first posn pick up the three alternate notes starting from I in this case so u get C,E,G ;they using the chord formulae give u the C maj chord ..............similarily for the IInd psn u strt frm D an then pick F and A they give u the Dm chord ...........this way u can figure out the maj ,minors and diminished but not the seventh.........."

    To undestand more on the way to figure out how this is done: http://www.cyberfret.com/theory/chord-construction/basic/index.php
     
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