I'm feeling dizzy,
what a ride Ramiro!
Ramiro really nice series man
I would like solo louder on this one perhaps?
Another cool lesson from great series, thank Ramiro !
Nice one Ramiro!
Quite a special composition Ramiro thanks!!
Cool Stuff Rama!
If you check the Similar Lessons section you will find the solo lesson for this scale.
Weird scales! Great lesson, Ramiro.
Very cool lesson Ramiro. This is super useful to expand your playing with exotic sounding scales. Thanks!
Hey guys! Thanx for the comments
More scales will be comming out and by the hand of some new collabs
Amazing series Ramiro!!
Hi GMC! Welcome to the sixth Exotic Scale of this series. Now we are going to explore the Aeolian bb7 scale. As in the previous lessons you know that this lesson will be about the chord progression and the modes positions in one octave.
This scale is like a minor scale but it has the diminished seventh and that creates the augmented interval between the 7th and the root
I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: Cm7 (b13) - Am7 (b5)- Dm7(b5) - Cm7- F7 (#9)- Abmaj7 (#11)- Am7 (b5)- Dm7(b5)- Gsus4- Abmaj7 (#11)- Am7 (b5)- Dm7(b5)- Cm7 (b13) - Cm69/Eb.
Aeolian bb7: I – II – III – IV – V – VI – VII
C D Eb F G Ab Bbb
2nd : Locrian bb6 D – Eb – F – G – Ab – Bbb – C – D
3rd : Ionian b5 Eb – F – G – Ab – Bbb – C – D – Eb
4th : Dorian b4 F – G – Ab – Bbb – C – D – Eb – F
5th : Phrygian bb3 G – Ab – Bbb – C – D – Eb – F – G
6th : Lydian b2 Ab – Bbb – C – D – Eb – F – G – Ab
7th : Super Lydian Augmented Bbb – C – D – Eb – F – G – Ab – Bbb