Mixolydian Sixths II

by Javier Aviles

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  • HI GMC!

    Here I have composed a slow blues song using mixolydian scale with two notes in a sixths distance relation.
    I use three mixolydian scales: C, F and G, one for every chord.

    Music Style:
    Blues

    Tonality & Scales:
    C Mixolydian

    Techniques:
    chords, sixths hybrid picking

    Sound:
    I used a Fender Vintage Strat with a clean sound.

    Tuning:
    Standard Tunning: E, A, D, G, B, E

    Tempo & Beat:
    85 bpm (Slow parts at 45 bpm)
    4/4 (triplets)

    C MIXOLYDIAN MODE
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