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What is the Diatonic Scale?

The Diatonic scale has seven pitches per octave. The formula for the diatonic scale is 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 (C – D – E – F – G – A – B). Here you will find cheat sheets to help you learn how to play 12 different Diatonic scales on 11 different string instruments.

Easy way to learn to play G major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of G major scale.

Easy way to learn to play D major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of D major scale.

Easy way to learn to play A major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of A major scale.

Easy way to learn to play E major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of E major scale.

Easy way to learn to play B major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of B major scale.

Easy way to learn to play F# major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of F# major scale.

Easy way to learn to play C# major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of C# major scale.

Easy way to learn to play Ab major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of Ab major scale.

Easy way to learn to play Eb major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of Eb major scale.

Easy way to learn to play Bb major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of Bb major scale.

Easy way to learn to play F major scale on a piano using our notes and chords charts. These charts highlight the notes and chords of F major scale.