E scales

Bass guitar scales with E as the root note.
Choose from the categories below for fingerboard diagrams and supplementary information.

E Major E Minor E Melodic Minor E Harmonic Minor E Major Pentatonic E Minor Pentatonic E Ionian E Dorian E Phrygian E Lydian E Mixolydian E Aeolian E Locrian

Explanations

Major - One of the most common scales, containing seven notes. The E Major scale are connected to the key of E, they contain same notes.
Minor - One of the most common scales, containing seven notes. The E Minor scale are connected to the key of E Minor, they contain same notes. E Minor is sometimes written as Em in shortened form. Sometimes written as Natural Minor to distinguish it from other Minor scale categories.
Melodic Minor - This minor scale differs from the Natural Minor by containing one instead of three flattened notes.
Harmonic Minor - This minor scale differs from the Natural Minor by containing two instead of three flattened notes.
Major Pentatonic - A five-notes scale based on the Major scale, but without the 4th and the 7th intervals.
Minor Pentatonic - A five-notes scale based on the Minor scale, but without the 2nd and the 6th intervals.
Ionian - The first mode of the Major scale.
Dorian - The second mode of the Major scale.
Phrygian - The third mode of the Major scale.
Lydian - The fourth mode of the Major scale.
Mixolydian - The fifth mode of the Major scale.
Aeolian - The sixth mode of the Major scale.
Locrian - The seventh mode of the Major scale.