Jog Scale

This is a scale I know as ‘Jog scale’. I am sure even though you might not know it by name, you have heard its sound before, as it is featured in a lot of Beatles tunes, and also a favorite of guitarist Eric Johnson. It has an Indian flavor to my ears…just watch the video and you’ll understand what I mean. In the PDF file below you’ll find the 5 inversions/modes and relative fingerings in the key of G. It sounds best over G7 (or G7sus4), Fmaj7#11, and B7#9, but feel free to experiment…

Download: Jog Scale PDF

Good Luck.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Your skills are awesome. True that others don't know this as the jog scale especially those who are just playing the guitar by ears.

  2. I agree, you have a great technique, me too i didn’t know about this scale, it sounds weird but i’ll try it over the G7 chord as you mentioned, thanx.

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