Guitar Modes and Scales Lesson – One Pattern To Rule Them Al

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And yes, I know I mispronounced mixolydian! For some reason I felt like mispronouncing it that day. You don’t much sleep running a website, working a job and going to school in the same breath…

Learn how to play 84 different modes from one movable pattern, The Pattern To Rule Them All (or major scale).

http://betweenthelicks.com/jazz-theory/one-pattern-to-rule-them-all
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Definitely check out the site for pattern diagram, its simple, really!

This exclusive lesson continues at: http://www.guitarworld.com/deep-applying-modes-improvised-solo-ideas-part-1

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Sooner or later, guitarists in every genre of music begin to wonder about the modes: what they are, how best to learn them and how to use them effectively when improvising. In this edition of In Deep, we’ll take a look at the theoretical basis for the modes and cover a few useful ways to apply a modal approach to soloing over commonly used chord vamps.
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