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Thread: Fretboard Interval Diagrams....

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    Fretboard Interval Diagrams....

    Anybody know of any fretboard diagrams that show all of the possible intervals in a given key? Thanks.

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    Here's one I made up to help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyJack
    Here's one I made up to help me.
    Thanks...but what about augmented 7ths and the like?
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    augmented 7ths are just an octave

    the only real augmented intervals that are described as augmented is the aug 4th (tritone, b5th, same thing) the aug2nd between the b6th and the Maj7th of the harmonic minor scale (which is just a minor 3rd) and the aug 6th in an augmented 6th chord (usually a tritone sub) which is just a fancy way of saying the 7th resolves up instead of downward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyJack
    Here's one I made up to help me.
    It's very nice but, does it come in Ebony or rosewood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Los Boleros
    It's very nice but, does it come in Ebony or rosewood?
    Nope! Cost of wood's just too damn high and I'm not so this all you get!

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    I made something similar, using a backing sheet with the fretboard on it and all notes labeled, then the 2nd sheet is a transparency layover with just 5 frets showing the intervals. That way you can move it around and see the intervals wherever you want.

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