Modal Madness

by Zsolt Galambos

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  • In my opinion this exercise is one of the most important for developing speed, stamina and accuracy in alternate picking. I taught this lesson ( and it's variations) to 99 % of my students. Another thing is I always use these 3 notes per string scales 'cause I can cover all of the neck while improvising or constructing a solo. I also practice this exercise whenever I can. Franz Liszt once said: " If I don't practice for a day, I will notice it while playing. If I don't practice for 2 days, the fellow musicians will notice it. If I don't play for 3 days, the public will definitely notice it."
    So I practice these scales whenever I can.

    I've included the fingerings in jpg format.

    E Phrygian copy.jpg

    G Mixolydian copy.jpg

    B Locrian copy.jpg

    D Dorian copy.jpg

    A min copy.jpg

    F Lydian copy.jpg

    C Major copy.jpg
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