Chapter 9: Melodic Minor’s Most Appealing, Useful Modes

Chapter 9: Melodic Minor’s Most Appealing, Useful Modes

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Chapter 9: Melodic Minor’s Most Appealing, Useful Modes

Description:

In this chapter, Jimmy focuses on what are arguably the two most musically appealing and useful modes of the melodic minor scale, namely the fourth mode, Lydian-dominant, and the seventh mode, which is called the diminished whole-tone scale, also known as the super-Locrian mode. His musical examples include some exciting, creative improvised melodies in a jazz style which illustrate how these two scales/modes can be used over dominant nine and seven sharp-nine chords to create harmonic tension and drama within a solo.

Genre:

Fusion, Jazz, Lead, NONE, Rock

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

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

Artist:

Jimmy Brown, NONE

Run Time:

6:02


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