Super nice lines Stephane! Very interesting scale with four consecutive chromatic notes - looks like great potential for a jazz sound, I must try it!
Very tasty phrasing. Sounds an authentic jazz!
Interesting point of view. I've always treated the mixolydian with passing tones all over, which really enables all 12 notes, as long as You lands on appriate chord tones. Great sounding phrases and a cool approach!
Btw. How do You get that cool jazzy tone from a strat ??
Very cool lesson Stephane! You got a great jazzy tone there!
That was some really smooth playing ! Especially after the bend at 0:38 ! Awesome lesson, and really groovy rhythm
Thanks a lot guys for the comments!
Try this scale with a little overdrive/dist in a fusion/jazz fusion context...
Great sounding phrases Stephane!!
Nice and very useful lesson stephane!
Ultra smooth licks, well done Stephane!
Very cool sounding lesson
Nice one Stephane! I really love the litle double stop bend at 0:35!
Nice lines Stephane, I enjoyed the backing a lot
Sounds really cool man, I like the licks a lot, very nice!
Great approach to producing jazzy lines. Well done
Great lines there!
I have the same words of Muris for you: Ultra smooth licks, well done Stephane!
I Love it, man! great lesson.
Thank you guys!
Very nice licks, I'm going to steal some of these!
Cool lesson, souns very jazzy
Thanks David & Marcus!
Great licks indeed, Stephane !
Thanks Sinisa !
Great lesson (and tone) about an important scale.
Well done Stephane
i love your lessons stephane!
The Bebop Dominant Scale is basically a Mixolydian mode with an extra note : a natural 7th.
For F7 chord we've got the following bebop scale :
F G A Bb C D Eb E
1 2 3 4 5 6 b7 7
The Bebop Scale works best descending but could also be used ascending.
This 8 notes scales gives you the ability to play chord tones on all downbeats.
When you start the bebop scale on the beat and on the 1,3,5 or b7, there are nothing but chord tones on the beats and tensions on the off beats.
Don't start the bebop scale on offbeat's or tensions, always start on downbeats and on chord tones.
The Bebop Scale is a dominant scale and has the same function in a key as the Mixolydian scale. It can be played on the dominant and the sub dominant. Our example, the F Bebop Scale, is the dominant of Bb Major and can be played over F7 and Cm7, and also over Am7b5.