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Free Guitar Scales Pdf | 84 Scale and Arpeggios Chart

Fachords is proud to offer you this free guitar scales pdf ebook, entitled "84 Guitar Scales and Arpeggios Patterns". It's a pdf full of different scale charts, in different fingerings and fretboard positions. For each scale, you can study a umber of different shapes, depending on the zone of the fretboard you're playing. The ebook contains of course the most important scales for beginners, such as major and minor, but shows also more advanced charts such as triads arpeggios, seventh chords arpeggios, pentatonic and blues scales.

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Along with this scales pdf ebook you can use the related free software tool, Fachords Scales Finder: it's an online application (nothing to download or to install) that shows you tons of scales and arpeggios pattern in all fretboard position and with different shapes (four frets boxes, 3 notes per string, extendend fingerings). Check it out here.

Below on the page you can find some charts taken from the book. Always remember to practice with a metronome :-D

Beginners Scales: Chromatic, Major and Minor

In this section you can find major, harmonic minor, melodic minor, bachian, chromatic, in different fingerings.

major minor chromatic scale

Pentatonic and Blues Scales Tabs

A must for every guitar player: pentatonic minor and blues tabs

pentatonic and blues

Modal scales

Charts of all modes: ionian, aeolian, dorian, phrygian, locrian, lydian, mixolydian.

modal: lydian, mixolydian, dorian, phrygian, locrian, aeolian

Whole-Tone and Diminished Charts

Whole-tone and half-step diminished, for a quite interesting sound.

whole-tone and diminished scale

Major, Minor and Diminished Triads Arpeggios

Triads, the building blocks of the harmony. You'll learn chart pattern of major triads, minor triads, augmented and diminished triads.

major minor augmented diminished triads

Seventh Arpeggios Patterns

Just add one note to a triad, and voilĂ , you're playing seventh chords. In this section you'll be taught about different kinds of seventh arpeggios, as usual in a number of different part of the fretboard.

major seventh, minor seventh, seventh arpeggio

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