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Jazz & More Guitar Lessons: Superlocrian (Altered Scale)

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Jazz Advanced,
Superlocrian (Altered Scale).
So, we've been going through
all these modes, both,
the regular modes from the major scale,
and from the melodic minor scale.
It's time for the last one.
This one has a name,
the seventh step of, G melodic minor.
The most usual name that people
use is the Altered Scale.
Because it has the root,
F sharp, it has the flat 9,
sharp 9, flat 9 is G sharp 9 is A.
It has the, 3rd.
It's, B flat.
We have the, sharp 11,
C sharp 5, D, and we have, this,
the minor 7th and, E, and we have F sharp.
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Let's try to find it all over the neck
like I do now, just playing the scale.
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And,
and the correct name,
might be Superlocrian.
The arpeggio will be a minor 7.
Minor 7 flat 5 arpeggio.
And the chord might be,
E minor 7 flat 5, or the usual
chord that people play if you wanna do the
Altered Scale, or called Altered Scale.
Is to play F sharp.
7 flat 5.
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And then this scale.
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You can find these triads.
C is very good.
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D is very good.
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These two.
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Like that.
And some minor tries too, G minor.
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A minor.
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In here.
Works fine.
And, you can also continue playing
some of these other arpeggios
within the scale, like G minor.
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Like we've been doing before.
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These,
sequences, so let's play,
a little bit over F sharp.
Superlocrian, or
Altered Scale as we call it.
7 step of G melodic
minor
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C triad.
D triad.
G minor,
A minor.
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D and
C, scales.
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