What Are Symmetric Scales?
Symmetric scales consists of repeated symmetric intervals. The octave is divided in equal parts. The most common symmetric scales are : the chromatic scale, the whole tone scale, the half-whole diminished scale, the whole-half diminished scale, the whole tone scale, the augmented scale and the tritone scale.
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This guitar lesson with neck diagrams, scale charts, patterns and licks with tabs explains what is the chromatic scale.
This jazz guitar lesson with guitar shapes, scale charts and jazz licks will help you learn the whole-half and half-whole diminished scales.
Guitar lesson with diagrams, formula charts and patterns about the symmetric whole tone scale.
This lesson with charts and shapes explains what is the augmented scale and how to play it on the guitar neck.
This guitar lesson with diagrams, tabs and formula charts covers the tritone scale, one of the most popular synthetic scales.