G♯ Major Blues Scale on Ukulele

Here you can learn how to play the Major Blues Scale in the key of G♯ on the Ukulele. As well as the scale notes, degrees and patterns of the G♯ Major Blues Scale, where available we also provide suggested Ukulele fingerings. In the Ukulele view below, you can display the notes of the G♯ Major Blues Scale mapped out onto the Ukulele fretboard and switch between the notes, degrees, intervals or, if we have them, suggested Ukulele fingerings.

Theoretical Only

The G♯ Major Blues Scale is considered theoretical only as it has double sharps or flats in the key signature.

The usual alternative is the enharmonic equivalent A Major Blues Scale

Notes Ascending

G♯, A♯, B, B♯, D♯, E♯, G♯

Notes Descending

G♯, E♯, D♯, B♯, B, A♯, G♯

Pattern Ascending

T, S, S, TS, T, TS

S = Semitone, T = Tone (2 Semitones)

Pattern Descending

TS, T, TS, S, S, T

S = Semitone, T = Tone (2 Semitones)

Intervals Ascending

G♯ > G♯0Perfect Unison (P1)
G♯ > A♯2Major 2nd (M2)
G♯ > B3minor 3rd (m3)
G♯ > B♯4Major 3rd (M3)
G♯ > D♯7Perfect 5th (P5)
G♯ > E♯9Major 6th (M6)
G♯ > G♯12Perfect Octave (P8)

Intervals Descending

G♯ > G♯0Perfect Unison (P1)
G♯ > E♯3minor 3rd (m3)
G♯ > D♯5Perfect 4th (P4)
G♯ > B♯8minor 6th (m6)
G♯ > B9Major 6th (M6)
G♯ > A♯10minor 7th (m7)
G♯ > G♯12Perfect Octave (P8)

Music Theory

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