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MyNinjaWay
post Jul 30 2008, 11:59 AM
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hi there,

got a question for yah biggrin.gif

I've been going through your mode workouts and all that for a while now... right, and you do your modes over your triads and what not... but I was wondering... what do you use scale-wise if you want a heavier background sound? say if you wanted to play power chords or a fast chugging style riff underneath? do I use some of the notes of the mode for the riff in the background? or are there other scales for this I am unaware of? oh well mate,
hope I explained that clearly enough... hope you can help out wink.gif
thanks for your time,

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David Wallimann
post Aug 19 2008, 03:41 PM
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Hi Tom!
Thanks for your question.
Yeah, you use the same notes found in the mode. Usually I try to use the Root, 3rd, 5th and add to that to create a riff.
Hope that helps!

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hi there,

got a question for yah biggrin.gif

I've been going through your mode workouts and all that for a while now... right, and you do your modes over your triads and what not... but I was wondering... what do you use scale-wise if you want a heavier background sound? say if you wanted to play power chords or a fast chugging style riff underneath? do I use some of the notes of the mode for the riff in the background? or are there other scales for this I am unaware of? oh well mate,
hope I explained that clearly enough... hope you can help out wink.gif
thanks for your time,

----tom



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