The E Phrygian Mode Scale On Guitar

E Phrygian Mode Scale On Guitar The guitar fret-board scales diagram below display the E Phrygian Mode Scale On Guitar. The Phrygian Scale Mode is the 3rd degree of Major Scale (Ionian Mode). The scale formula for the Phrygian mode is(1, b2, b3, 4, 5, b6, b7). The Phrygian Scale Mode is a minor scale …
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The D Dorian Scale Mode On Guitar

D Dorian Mode Scale On Guitar The guitar scales fret-board diagrams shown below display the D Dorian Mode Scale On Guitar. The Dorian Scale Mode is the 2nd degree of the C Major Scale (Ionian Mode). In playing scales on guitar the big confusion of understanding major scale modes is that people think your playing …
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Learning Guitar Scale Interval Theory

Guitar Scale Interval Theory Application All chromatic guitar scale intervals spaced fret by fret on the guitar have 12 half steps. These are finite parts that make up all scales. Music intervals are like a measurement ruler to measure the distance between notes. We measure the distance between notes in half steps instead of inches …
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Minor and Major Pentatonic Scale

Minor and Major Pentatonic Scales On Guitar Minor and Major Pentatonic Scales On Guitar. The Minor Pentatonic Scale contains the root, flat third, fourth, fifth and flat seventh (1, b3, 4, 5, b7). The major pentatonic scale has the root note, second, third, fifth and sixth (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 ). The Minor Pentatonic …
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