Guitar modes

Discover the different guitar modes and learn how to incorporate them into your playing. Expand your musical horizons and take your guitar skills to the next level with these mode ideas.
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Q: What are modes and how do they work? A: I get this question a lot, but have only touched on it in past columns, as it relates to other questions. Here's a straightforward guide to modes and scales to follow. Modes are a very simple concept but can take some time to really understand and ge

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Matt Strahl
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The major scale is perhaps the most important scale you can learn. First and foremost, the major scale is the basis of thousands of the most memorable melodies and songs you’ve ever heard, making it one of the most easily recognizable sequences of notes in music. From a music theory standpoint, the major scale is like the measuring ruler of music.

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Ryan Oldham
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Scale formula: 1, 2, b3, 4, 5, b6, b7. Called the natural minor scale to distinguish it from the various other types of minor scale. Also known as the Aeolian mode. It shares its notes with its relative major scale, so all the patterns are the same, only the root has moved. Download PDF

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