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24 Feb 2008
Hi Muris!

When i read Andrew's lesson about modes it opened a big field to think on.
I have actualy 2 questions which is close to each other (i suppose).

First: Three keys C major / D dorian / A minor (aeolian) are the modes of C, and they have one shape on the fretboard. So what makes them sound different (if does) ?
For example i think "Maybe it is all about root note (different for each mode) which is used more often than other in this scale which makes listener to hear the tonal center of music, and other 3d, 5th, 6th create melody around it"
And second question: is there some rules when you soloing certain key. For example i think "I need to start my solo from root note, or end with it, or i should play around it, up and down on a fretbord". As i understand pentatonic scale is more comfortable for soloing and shredding, becouse it excludes "weak" notes?

You are the person i asked to becouse your solo always so melodic even when it is somewhat exotic (Oriental shred, perfect i think)

Thanks in advance!

P.S. Sorry for my english in any case smile.gif
P.P.S. Is here anybody else from Russia? smile.gif
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