Well done David...need this lesson to work on my limited mode knowledge!
David, this is very interesting. Thank you. I have a song similar to this, but it's Bm7 to Am7 and I can't seem to find a scale or mode that sounds good in a solo. Any ideas? Or can I apply the same logic in this lesson to my progression?
Very good lesson David!
Great lesson David! Your guitar sound is awesome!
Nice lesson David
Great lesson as always David!
Just one query though....
B Aeolian = Minor, but you can still use it over BM-7?
Thanks a lot guys!
Kikaze: yes you can use the same logic for your song... Bm7 and Am7 can actually be found in the same key... B Phrygian and A Dorian. Both of these modes share the same notes.
Jones: I am using B Aeolian which is minor, but I use it only over the A7 chord... The whole idea here is to use same root scales to facilitate improvisation...
I'm using B Aeolian over he A7 chord because A7 is Micxolydian. If I rewrite A Mixo starting from the B note, I will get a B Aeolian scale.. I hope that makes sense!
It does now, thanks David!! It just took a while to permeate this old thick skull of mine!!! This is a really cool concept!!
Cool summer song!
Thanks David - I just tried some soloing using your advice and got some cool flavors going. I need to explore this further!
Very interesting conceot, thanks for the lesson.
Nice piece of theory man!
Very cool David, you are doing some very cool fusion phrases here
Useful concepts and nice lines David
Love it,David! Nice to hear another great lesson by you
Interesting concept and very useful to find new way for improvistion.
Well done David!
Great lesson David!
Great one David. You really did a great job on this website about modes. Your modal approach is very nice
Great work David
very cool lesson