It does not seem the tab is correct for the B Dorian. Is it just me? The tab is reflecting a F note (10th fret) on the G string.
Hi Ken, how are you?
Sinisa is playing a variation of Dorian mode which includes the b5 of the scale, which is commonly called "blue note" and in this case it's F note. This note is added to give a bluesy sound to Dorian Mode. It can be called "Dorian Blues Scale" but in this cases it's usually seen as a Dorian scale with an extra "passing note" to add a different feel.
Thanks for asking about it, we will add this information in the lesson.
Dorian Phrases For Beginners, Dorian Mode, Funky, Bluesy, Licks, Vaughan, SRV, Santana, Eric Johnson, by Jose Lassaga
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Welcome to my new lesson about Sequential Pattern exercises.
What is it? The simplest explanation would be to take a group of several tones (4 in this case) and play them in the order - 1,2,3,4 - that would be a sequence!
Now, take the second group, but the first tone of the second group will be the second tone of the previous group! Take a look - 1234-2345-3456-4567-5678.
Here I have shown three examples which you can practice and warm up with.
The first exercise is the A minor pentatonic, the second is the B Dorian mode (with the addition of the blue note, F note), and the last one - C major scale.
Tempo : 100bpm Signature : 4/4 Chord progression: Am,D/ Bm,E/ C Techniques: Alternate picking Equipment: Sonar8 DAW, Amplitube 2 guitar plugin
Have fun practicing!
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