Eb Major Blues FeatureThe Eb Major Blues Scale contains the following notes:

Eb – F – Gb – G – Bb – C

For a complete lesson on the Major Blues Scale, read this lesson.

If you already know about the major blues scale and would just like to know how to play it in five positions as well as the open position of Eb, read on. This page includes notation/tabs and scale diagrams for each position along the fretboard.

5 Positions + Open Position For The Eb Major Blues Scale

Open Position

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3rd Position (lowest fret is 3)

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5th Position (lowest fret is 5)

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8th Position (lowest fret is 8)

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10th Position (lowest fret is 10)

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12th Position (lowest fret is 12)

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Further Reading

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