Welcome to our ever-expanding Scale Diagram Library! Here, you’ll find an extensive collection of meticulously crafted scale pattern diagrams to elevate your guitar playing journey. We are committed to continuously enriching this resource, so be sure to check back regularly for new additions as we create fresh and exciting scale diagrams to help you master the fretboard. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced guitarist, our Scale Diagram Library is your go-to destination for unlocking new musical horizons. Explore, learn, and watch your skills flourish!
As you look through these, keep in mind the enharmonic keys, or keys that have two names. For example, the Db Major Scale and C# Major Scale are the exact same thing. Each of the keys that contain a flat or sharp sign have two names! Which name is more correct is dependent on the specific context. Focus on mastering the basic shapes and you’ll be in great.. shape!
In Position Major Scale Shapes In All Keys
3 Notes Per String Major Scale Shapes In All Keys
Natural Minor Scales
Natural Minor is the 6th mode of the major scale. Thus the shapes are ALL the EXACT SAME as the major scale. I’ve marked the new root notes in order to help you master this sound. To make it sound like the natural minor scale, just accent, hold longer, or resolve to the root note indicated.