How to Play a C Major Scale on the Ukulele
The major scale is the parent, or root scale, in which every other scale is derived from. In modes, it is known as the first mode: Ionian. The formula for a major scale is: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. It’s movement is as follows: Whole Step, Whole Step, Half Step, Whole Step, Whole Step, Whole Step, Half Step. In this lesson, we look at the C Major Scale. This is generally the first major scale you will learn due to the fact that it contains no accidentals (sharps/flats).