The A harmonic minor guitar scale is yet another one in our package. We’re almost getting to the end of this series as we’re running out of basic guitar scales. Nevertheless, today’s edition is similar to the previous ones.
Here’s the basic pattern for the A harmonic minor guitar scale. As you can see there are three A sounds in it. What’s also interesting is the fact that the thickest E string is not used in this pattern.
Here’s the tab:
Now a more interesting pattern. One where the E6 string actually has a role. The pattern is easily transferable on the fretboard because there’re no open string sounds. See for yourself:
If you want to learn more you can visit all-guitar-chords.com and get the full pattern for the A harmonic minor scale (click here).
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