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Practicing the Modes of the Major Scale
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Aeolian is the minor scale. Therefore it has the intervals of the minor scale. Dorian is essentially the minor scale, except with a major 6th degree. Phrygian is essentially the minor scale, except with a flat 2nd degree. Locrian is essentially a minor scale, except with a flat 2nd and flat 5th degrees.
A common lead playing technique in many genres of music (rock, blues, jazz, country, pop, etc.) is to use notes from any and all minor modes over a relatively static minor groove or simple pattern of bass notes that imply a minor tonality.
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