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Buy "Grab It" by Vince Lauria the key to soloing and song writing:

The next group of scales will be exotic in nature. 

C Enigmatic Scale

ALL scales repeat the same pattern up and down in tone. 
C major scale: C, D, E, F, G, A, B and C. Numbers are given to correspond to the major scale degrees or positions.

C Major Scale: C=1/Root, D=2nd, E=3rd, F=4th, G=5th, A=6th, B=7th, C=8th/octave. 

C Enigmatic Scale: C=1/Root, Db=b2nd, E=3rd, F#=#4th, G#=5th, A#=#6th, B=7, C=1/8 octave.

Memorize the C Enigmatic Scale note names and number formula.
C Enigmatic Scale - note names= C, D, E, F, G, Ab, Bb and C    
C Enigmatic Scale - number formula= 1/R, b2nd, 3rd, #4th, #5th, #6th, 7th and root/8. 

C,  Db,  E,  F#,  G#,  A#,  B,   C

1,  b2,  3,  #4,  #5,  #6,  7,   8/1   

Now play and say out loud as you play the C Enigmatic Scale.
Play the C note twice ascending and descending to memorize root note positions.
Create progressions using the C Enigmatic Scale Family of Chords.
Each note of the scale is harmonized in three and four note chords (every other note).

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The note to note intervals are the same for all keys. 
This applies to any string, octave, position. 
Repeat this same process for bass, piano and any other instrument.

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