This is the last edition of the sharp and flat harmonic minor guitar scales series. Today let’s focus on the A#/Bb harmonic minor guitar scale.
You begin playing the basic pattern as you hit the root note of A#/Bb on the 1st fret of the A5 string. Then your proceed up the strings until you end up on the 3rd fret of the G3 string.
Here’s the figure:
And here’s the tab:
Another cool pattern you can play is the one you see below. You begin by playing the sound on the 13th fret of the A5 string and work your way up through two consecutive sets of the scale. Your last note is the one on the 18th fret of the E1 string.
Refer to this figure:
And here’s the tab to guide you:
If you want to learn more you can visit all-guitar-chords.com and get the full pattern for the A#/Bb harmonic minor scale (click here).