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shammy
post Dec 20 2007, 03:00 AM
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Sorry if I missed it, Is there somewhere on this site where it shows all the different modes of major and minor scales? I need to learn different patterns and ionian,dorian etc... I see indivual lessons, but nothing that goes over all the scales. Again sorry, it's probably right in front of me. I have to fill in the gaps in my playing and I know it lies within these scales. thanks
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post Dec 20 2007, 03:18 AM
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OOOhhh i can get you that link
just a minute

Here we go, Link Although this doesnt have the pictures of the scales on a fretboard, it will tell you almost anything you need to know about them. Hopefully once you learn it youll be able to just make up the scale from the rules as you need it wink.gif


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jacmoe
post Dec 20 2007, 08:12 PM
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This lesson covers 4 three notes per string positions/modes of the Major Scale:
Major Scale Shred

Figure out the remaining 3 positions - or use this excellent tutorial to make your own drawings:
Learning the Modes

You can get a blank chord box paper here:
Justin Guitar's Resources

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post Dec 21 2007, 01:34 AM
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Thanks so much, help is always appreciated. Peace
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