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16-tone Super-Aeolian pentatonic guitar scale chart

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Ron:


Superaeolian pentatonic:
This is an awesome higher harmony pentatonic scale that has 4:7:9:11:13 in it's inversions. 2*4/3 = maj7 and its really xenharmonic and weird as typically they'd lead to a min7.

Mat:
For these diagrams, what are the intervals between the open notes?

Gedankenwelt:
@Ron: I suppose that should be 525 Cents (7 steps), not 450 (6 steps), am I correct?


--- Quote from: matcooper on February 21, 2012, 02:08:37 PM ---For these diagrams, what are the intervals between the open notes?
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If I didn't make a mistake, this should be 7 7 7 4 7 - so it's basically E A D G B E, except the 4ths are 525 Cents, and the step between "G" and "B" is 300 Cents.

An easy method to determine these intervals is to search for the unique 2 step interval, and count the number of steps it moves from string to string. On the A-string, it's between 14 and 16, on the D-string it's 7 steps to the left (between 7 and 9), and so on. ;)

Mat:
Ah yes that makes sense, thanks.

Ron:

--- Quote from: Gedankenwelt on February 21, 2012, 05:09:42 PM ---@Ron: I suppose that should be 525 Cents (7 steps), not 450 (6 steps), am I correct?
If I didn't make a mistake, this should be 7 7 7 4 7 - so it's basically E A D G B E, except the 4ths are 525 Cents, and the step between "G" and "B" is 300 Cents.

An easy method to determine these intervals is to search for the unique 2 step interval, and count the number of steps it moves from string to string. On the A-string, it's between 14 and 16, on the D-string it's 7 steps to the left (between 7 and 9), and so on. ;)

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hey youre right! that 450 should be 525.

although when i made the scale I wanted it to be 450...weird haha... ill fix it.....
basically, I just made a mistake and used 525 nstead of 450. but the 525 ended up being a pentatonic from mavila [9]

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