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    1. Chromatic Scale: Dividing the octave into 12 semi-tones.
      1. A-String
    2. Whole-Tone Scales: (As there are two whole-tone scales necessary to account for all twelve possible pitches, the first whole-tone played will be from the indicated pitch, and the second time will be from the note a semi-tone higher.) Dividing the octave into 6 whole-tones.
      1. A-String
    3. Diminished 7th Arpeggios: (As there are three diminshed 7th arpeggios necessary to account for all twelve possible pitches, the first arpeggio will be played from the open string indicated, the next two will each begin on the note a semi-tone above the last.)
      1. A-String
    4. Augmented Triad Arpeggios: (As there are four augmented triads, with 3 notes each, for all twelve pitches; the first arpeggio will start on A, then subsequent arpeggios will ascend by a semitone above the last.)
      1. A-string

       

     

Last Modified on April 14, 2020