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Major Scale Modes: Lesson 6

 

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Practicing the Modes of the Major Scale

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By playing each mode starting on the same note (in this case A), we can more readily compare and contrast each mode against the others. We can directly hear the unique, characteristic sound of every mode.

Each mode has it's own unique sound because every one has it's own unique set of intervals.

The intervals of Phrygian are:

1st - HS - Flat 2nd - WS - Minor 3rd - WS - 4th - WS - 5th - HS - Minor 6th - WS - Minor 7th - WS - 1st

A - HS - Bb - WS - C - WS - D - WS - E - HS - F - WS - G - WS - A

In this lesson I show you various ways of applying this set of intervals to the guitar to make useful fretboard patterns to play.

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