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Jazz Advanced, Mixolydian Flat 2 Flat 6.
Out of these seven modes and
of the harmonic minor scale,
I'm gonna focus on
the most important ones.
And maybe we'll get back
to some of the others
later on if you keep
studying at this site.
And that's Guitar University we have
a lot of stuff to share with you.
But I've picked the, the,
the, a couple of modes that I think
are really important to know.
And, except for the basic scale,
harmonic minor, I think the fifth step.
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The D harmonic minor.
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Starting from A.
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Here.
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This scale is also known as the Spanish
Phrygian, 'cause it has that kinda.
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That kinda Spanish sound to it.
So, but, the real name,
that describes the,
the notes would be Mixolydian,
Flat 2, Flat 6 starting from A.
So you have A.
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B flat.
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C sharp.
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D.
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E.
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F.
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G.
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C sharp.
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Practice this on one string
just like with the other.
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So you get comfortable all over the neck.
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Like that instead of just playing in
the position so you can move freely.
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Like that.
And for this scale, for the last scale,
we practiced fourth note intervals.
Now we're gonna practice fifths.
And they will sound like
this if we start down here.
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A E, B-flat F.
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C sharp.
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G.
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D.
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And A.
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F, E.
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And B flat.
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F.
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And C sharp.
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G and D.
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And back to A.
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And E.
Or if you wanna continue further up.
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You have A and E.
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You have B-Flat.
An F.
You have C sharp and G.
You have, D and A.
You have, E and B flat.
You have F and C-sharp.
And, G and D.
And A, and E.
So, and you can also use
all these other all these other arpeggios
that you find within the chord scale.
That I showed you earlier on from
the the D minor, D harmonic minor.
This time you can start on the fifth step.
So it will be A7, B flat minor 7,
and B flat major 7.
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C sharp diminished.
D.
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Minor major 7, E flat, minor 7,
I'm sorry E minor 7 flat 5.
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F7 augmented or, F my, major 7 sharp 5.
G minor 7.
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And finally, lead back to A7.
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So let's try to play along
with this with this back and
track for A Mixolydian Flat 2 Flat 6.
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Some diminished.
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Some of these 6ths.
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Chromatics.
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So let's practice some 5th, note
intervals and, record these in a video.
And send them into the site and
I will review it for you.
Give you some feedback.
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