Category: Music Theory

To catch up on the theory discussed in earlier posts on this topic, click here and here to be brought up to speed. To create a modal chord progression in the Phrygian mode, which is Mode III, the III chord …

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Next up in this Major Scale pattern series is shape 4. I find this shape slightly easier to remember than shape 3 but it still takes some work to memorize. The finger configuration for this shape, transcribed at the end of …

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Next up in this Major Scale pattern series in Pattern 3. Again the nice symmetry of Shape 1 is absent. The finger configuration for this shape is as follows – 1st, 2nd & 4th fingers for E String 1st3rd & …

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