SOUNDS OF THE MODES | Guitar Improvisations With Scales

‘Sounds of the modes’ was made to show the use of the modes at a simple and practical level in the hopes of breaking the mystique and any perceived complexity to those starting out using the modes in their own musical endevours.

A guitar improvisation and interpretation of the musical modes and running through the modes in sequence – Ionian (natural major), Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian (natural minor) and Locrian.

The guitar scale of each mode is also shown on screen during the guitar improvisation. The guitar scales are arranged to a three-note-per-string arrangement which is popular among many guitar players.

Modes For Guitar #6 | Aeolian Mode | Minor Scale | Three Notes Per String Scale

Sixth in the series of modes for guitar. In this video we run through the Aeolian mode or minor scale with which sound most of us are very familiar with. The guitar scales in this series have three notes per string which may be advantageous in some styles of playing.

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