The E Jazz Minor scale contains the following notes:
E – F# – G – A – B – C# – D#
The E Jazz Minor scale is the same as the ascending version of the E Melodic Minor scale. It can also be viewed as a E Major scale, with a flat 3rd.
E Jazz Minor Modes
The Jazz Minor scale is important, because of the modes that are derived from it. The E Jazz Minor scale contains the following seven modes:
- E Jazz Minor
- F# Dorian b2
- G Lydian Augmented
- A Lydian Dominant
- B Mixolydian b6
- C# Aeolian b5
- D# Super Locrian
CAGED Positions for the E Jazz Minor Scale
Here are the fret diagrams, as well as the sheet music and tabs for the five CAGED positions of E Jazz minor.
E Jazz Minor in the 2ndPosition (Lowest Fret is 2)
E Jazz Minor in the 3rd Position (Lowest Fret is 3)
E Jazz Minor in the 5th Position (Lowest Fret is 5)
E Jazz Minor in the 8th Position (Lowest Fret is 8)
E Jazz Minor in the 10th Position (Lowest Fret is 10)
E Jazz Minor Open Position
Here is the fret diagram and notes/tabs for the open position of E Jazz Minor.