Phrygian Dominant Soloing

by David Wallimann

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  • Today we'll take a look at the Phrygian Dominant scale. When a scale is Dominant, it means that it has a major third and a minor seventh. That means that a Phrygian dominant scale is a phrygian mode with a major third.

    This scale has a nice eastern flavor and works very well in a Metal context. Use it to spice things up between pentatomnic and straight natural minor licks.

    Make sure you learn the scale before you learn the licks and as always, try to develop your own ideas.

    Have fun!

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