C Major Scale
C Major Scale Overview
C Major Scale Arpeggio for Guitar
C Major Scale Patterns for Guitar
C Major Pentatonic Scale for Guitar
C Major Triads for Guitar
C minor Triads for Guitar
C minor Arpeggio for Guitar
C Major Chord Diagram

This page will offer various diagrams associated with C Major Scale on the Guitar.

The C Major Scale consists of the C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C Notes.

The step pattern is W-W-H-W-W-W-H

The Half steps are between the B and C notes and the E and F notes.

The C scale has no sharps nor flats.

The following diagram shows all of the C notes on a 22 fret guitar neck. Look at the patterns of the root notes on the fretboard. Take the time to learn how to step through the root notes. This will be difficult initially but will become easier with repetition.


C Major Scale - All notes on 22 fret guitar

The Fretboard diagram below will show all of the C Major scale notes that are found on a 22 fret guitar. Please notice, yet again, that there are no sharps nor flats found in the natural C Major scale.

C - D - E - F - G - A - B - C with that step pattern of C -W- D -W- E -H- F -W- G -W- A -W- B -H- C. 2 whole steps, 1 half step, 3 whole steps, 1 half step.

The half steps of a Major scale are always between the 3rd and 4th tones and the 7th and 8th (octave) tones. Remember this.