You can see in the example below that the D Dorian bebop scale contains a minor third (F), a chromatic passing tone (F#) and a minor seventh (C). See diagrams at Standard Guitar. A C Minor Bebop scale consists of C, D, D#, F, G, A, A# and B notes. See diagrams at Standard Guitar. By Dirk Laukens. In the fretboard pattern, the first root note is on the 6th string, 8th fret. In this lesson, you will learn what the bebop scales are, how they look on the guitar and how you can use these scales in your solos. If you made any changes to your settings. Bebop Minor scale diagrams beginning on each of the 12 chromatic tones. An F Minor Bebop scale consists of F, G, A♭, B♭, C, D, E♭ and E notes. The Bebop Scale has the benefits of outlining the chord it is being played over, because it’s root scale comes from modes of the Major Scale and the Harmonic Minor Scale depending on which Bebop Scale you are using. C Dorian Bebop scale for guitar. E Bebop minor for guitar. As well, the added chromatic notes give these scales a “jazzy” flavour that you just don’t get when using traditional scales and modes such as Major, Dorian and Mixolydian. It's an interesting alternative for those who want to increase their musical language. There are three types of bebop scales: the dominant, minor and major bebop scale. Before print or download please save it first. The Whole Tone Scale For Guitar . The Dorian bebop scale is a minor type scale used over minor 7th chords. Colored circles in the diagram mark the notes in the scale with darker color highlighting the root notes. The C Dorian Bebop is an eight-note scale. The whole tone scale is a cool-sounding dominant 7th scale that you can use to add tension to your dominant 7th chords.