Hi GMC! Welcome to the seventh Exotic Scale of this series. Now we are going to explore the Locrian natural 7 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 particular lesson could sound like a Pantera ballad or an Alice in Chains song, so remember that always that sound belongs to Locrian mode. Here is a variation on that mode because this scale has the natural seventh.
Would be nice to hear some takes of improvisation or composed solos over the backing of the previous lessons.
Be free to ask any questions.
I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: B/C- Fm- Dbmaj7- Fm- B- B/C- Fm- B- Fm- B- Ab7 (#9)- Gbsus4- F#sus4/Eb- F#sus4/Db- Fm- B- Fm- Dbmaj7- Fm- B- B/C.
Locrian natural 7: I – II – III – IV – V – VI – VII
C Db Eb F Gb Ab B
2nd : Ionian #6 Db - Eb - F - Gb - Ab - B - C - Db
3rd : Dorian Augmented Eb – F – Gb – Ab – B – C – Db – Eb
4th : Phrygian #4 F – Gb – Ab – B – C – Db – Eb – F
5th : Lydian #3 Gb – Ab – B – C – Db – Eb – F – G
6th : Dominant #2 Ab – B – C – Db – Eb – F – Gb – Ab
7th : Chromatic Hypodorian Inverse b4 B – C – Db – Eb – F – Gb – Ab – B