This one's probably the best yet. I'm interested in the historical aspect of these scales, where they origin from and stuff.
What guitar are you using btw?
The origin of each scale is different, some are more from some typical folk music of some countries and other are like created by some composer (Like the Enigmatic Scale or the Whole-tone scale).
I'm using a Gibson Les Paul Studio
This is quite unique. Just have to learn that scale
Hi GMC! Welcome to the tenth Exotic Scale of this series. Now we are going to explore the Sambah scale. As in the previous lessons you know that this lesson will be about the chord progression and the modes positions in one octave.
I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: C7(#9)- E7(#5#9)-Ebmaj7- Abmaj9/D- C7(#9)- E7(#5#9)- Ebmaj7 (b13)- Gm6- Abmaj7(#11)- Bb7(b5)- Abmaj7(#11). (Repeats again). Cm7- D7(#5b9)- C7.
Sambah: I - II - III - IV - V - VI - VII
C D Eb Fb G Ab Bb
2nd : Locrian bb3 D - Eb - Fb - G - Ab - Bb - C - D
3rd : Raga Supradhipam Eb - Fb - G - Ab - Bb - C - D - Eb
4th : Lydian Augmented #2 #6 Fb - G - Ab - Bb - C - D - Eb - Fb
5th : Malini G - Ab - Bb - C - D - Eb - Fb - G
6th : Mela Latangi Ab - Bb - C - D - Eb - Fb - G - Ab
7th : Ionian b5 b7 Bb - C - D - Eb - Fb - G - Ab - Bb