Japanese Guitar Scale | Easy Ways to Play It

Guitar Scales Chart with Note Names and Intervals

Learn how to play the Japanese guitar scale with guitar tabs and neck diagrams all along the fretboard.

The Japanese Scale scale is composed of the Root, Major Second, Perfect Fourth, Perfect Fifth, and Minor Sixth

The C Japanese Scale scale is made up of the notes C, D, F, G, and Ab

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C Japanese Scale Intervals:

1
b2
2
b3
3
4
b5
5
b6
6
b7
7

C Japanese Scale Notes:

C D F G Ab

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C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 1

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Japanese guitar scale fretboard diagram - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 2

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Fretboard diagram for the Japanese scale - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 3

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Fretboard diagram for the Japanese scale - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 4

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Guitar Tabs and diagras for the Japanese scale - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 5

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Fretboard diagram for the Japanese scale - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 6

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Japanese guitar scale tabs - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - Box Pattern - Variation 7

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Japanese guitar scale tabs - Box Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 8

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Guitar Tabs and diagras for the Japanese scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 9

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Japanese guitar scale diagram - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 10

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Fretboard diagram and tablature for the Japanese scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 11

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Fretboard diagram for the Japanese scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 12

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Japanese guitar scale tabs - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 13

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Japanese guitar scale diagram - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

C Japanese Scale - 3 Notes per String Pattern - Variation 14

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Japanese guitar scale tabs - 3 Notes per String Pattern with note names

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