Chapter 8: Minor Threat – Incorporating minor scales into riffs and rhythm parts

Chapter 8: Minor Threat – Incorporating minor scales into riffs and rhythm parts

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Chapter 8: Minor Threat – Incorporating minor scales into riffs and rhythm parts

In this lesson, Mike explore the applications of various seven-note minor scales and modes for lead playing, such as the natural minor scale (also known as the Aeolian mode), the Dorian mode, the Phrygian mode and the harmonic minor scale. The guitarist explains and demonstrates the structural and musical similarities and differences among these minor scales and modes and offers some cool-sounding metal-style lead licks that are based on them.

Genre:

Hard Rock, Metal, Shred

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, chords, finger slides, hammer-ons, modes, palm muting, position shifts,pull-offs, scales, vibrato

Artist:

Metal Mike Chlasciak

Run Time:

7:53


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