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Visual Guitar Standard 2.1

See all the Major Scales and Modes in Full Color down the page below.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 30, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Visual Guitar Standard is a Home & Education software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Visual Guitar Standard:

EditByBrothersoft: See all the Major Scales and Modes in Full Color down the PaGE below. Play the visual guitar. Click on any note on the guitar or musical staff. Use it to learn the notes, learn sight reading, analyze any scale or chord.

Click on any note on guitar or musical staff to hear
Sight Reader - Octave Regions: E :: F :: F# :: G :: G# :: A :: A# :: B :: C :: C# :: D :: D# :: E

Below is the complete full color map of C Major. The colors let you see at a glance, all the root notes, and which notes are the same, and which ones are an octave apart. This is explained in the following pages. Click on the All Notes - No Color Link to see all the notes. Then click on Piano Fretboard to see the sharp notes (like the black piano keys). If we take out the black notes, we are left with the key of C Major. The black notes form a pentatonic scale. See all the major scales down below.

Below you can study the Major Scales and Modes. Read each major scale across. For example the first row is the C Major Scale, the second row is the G Major scale. Between the 3 and 4 degree, and 7 and 8 degree of any major scale, there is a half-step (MOVE one fret). A whole step is 2 frets.
Major Scale Formula: Start on any root note.

(1) whole step (2) whole step (3) half-step (4) whole step (5) whole step (6) whole step (7) half-step (8)

Notice the key of C has natural half steps at E F and B C. The key of G has one sharp, F sharp. This is so that you end the G major scale with a half-step. The key of D has 2 sharps. G is the 5th note of the C scale. D is the 5th note of the G scale and so on until you have the chart below. This is called the cycle of fifths.
Example: Click on E in the Minor Scale column. (E is the 6th note of the G major Scale). The notes of E minor are the same as G Major. Then click on G Major. Only the root note (our starting point) changes. Once you learn all the modes in one key, you will soon realize that the patterns are all the same in the other keys!
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