The Mixo-Blues Hybrid Scale on Guitar Posted on January 30, 2023Updated on January 30, 2023by guitanalcomCategories:Blues Guitar, Hybrid Scales, Lead Guitar, Sythetic Scales The Mixo-Blues Hybrid Scale on Guitar The Mixo-Blues Hybrid Scale on Guitar. This scale is a 9-note scale with 6 Chromatic notes straight inline. This is definitely in the synthetic scale group category or hybrid. Some guitarist call this scale the Mixo-Dorian Blues Scale because two Diatonic Scale Modes are within it. The Major Mode Mixolydian (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, b7) and a Minor Mode Dorian (1, 2, b3, 4, 5, 6, b7). It has even been called the Mixolydian Chromatic Scale.With so many ½ step intervals (6 in total) it can be quite complex to use in a solo. I’m going to show a lot of scales that fit within it. The A Minor Pentatonic Scale should be the best base scale to work from as you mix in you 4 extra notes (2, 3, #4, 6) that create other scales. This scale is more likely used by Country and Jazz Guitarists.This is kind of like your math division of scales. To give it a quirky name let’s call it (Your Gozintas). The Guitar Analyzer Database matches 23 scales that fit within this scale in all 4 Categories. Diatonic, Pentatonic-Blues, Exotic, Synthetic. There are too many for this article. Some are so outside and odd to even use in a solo, I’m just going to show the scales in the Diatonic and Pentatonic-Blues Category. Most usable in modern music chord progressions. The Minor Pentatonic, Major Pentatonic, Blues, Major 3 Pentatonic, Blues Chromatic, Dorian Mode and Mixolydian Mode.