bebop scales

The locrian bebop scale | Guitar diagrams and lick

Locrian bebop scale 1 diagram 1Here is the fouth part of the bebop scales section. This is about the locrian bebop scale. This scale has the same notes as the locrian mode including a passing tone (5) between the flat five (b5) and the minor sixth (b6). It is commonly played over half diminished (m7b5) chords (in a minor 2-5-1 sequence for example)

You will find guitar fretboard diagrams and a minor II-V-I lick using the locrian bebop scale in the locrian bebop scale page.

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Major bebop scale | Guitar diagrams and lick | Free lesson

Here is the third part of the bebop scales section. It's about the major bebop scale. This scale has the same notes as the major scale (ionian mode) incuding a passing tone (#5Major bebop scale guitar fretboard diagrams 1) between the fifth and the sixth, indeed there is eight notes in it.

Here are some guitar fretboard diagrams to master this scale. You will also find an example lick in the same page.

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