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Learn the 15 Major Scales Painlessly (somewhat)

January 19, 2013

Hello Fans and Friends,

Here’s a chance to learn and/or brush up on the musical scales.

If like me, you wanted to learn the scales, but for one reason or another, never did, here’s a good starting point.

To subscribe, just email me with your name and email at strmmr@yahoo.com I will start you on your 15 week free subscription. You will receive 1 pdf file lesson per week, for approximately 15 weeks. It is free and you can unsubscribe at any time. 

Here’s a link to a sample. Major Scale Crash Course Lesson 7 F#

I am trying to build up an audience base, so this is one way, hopefully, of doing that. 

Please email me if you would like to subscribe or have additional questions.

Sincerely,
Steve Mallis

Singer/Songwriter/Teacher
strmmr@yahoo.com

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2 Responses to “Learn the 15 Major Scales Painlessly (somewhat)”

  1. John Morton Says:

    Very important to check this out! Of course, there are 36 x seven unit scales apart from those in ‘normal’ use. Each scale has its own set of diatonic chords etc.

  2. stevemallis Says:

    John, Hopefully we’ll get around to covering them all in upcoming lessons! I’m especially planning to cover the 7 modes of each scale, the diatonic chord sequences, the minor scales, the pentatonic scales, and the blues scales in future series. Thank you for the feedback!


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