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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…
Q: Understanding the application of different modes is causing me a lot of confusion. I need to know what it is about Dorian that ‘s different from Natural Minor. As I understand things, Dorian is also a, “Minor Scale.” Same thing for Mixolydian and the Major scale. As well as, Lydian and the Major Scale. If modes have the same notes as major scales, what’s the difference? And, is this difference for how we’d use them?
Egan – London, ENGLAND
A: The study and eventual application of the Major Scale Modes has to be one of the more complex guitar-related projects that there is. In order to fully understand this, the guitarist must have a solid footing with the Major Scale and they’d need to also completely understand the Relative Minor Scale concept. On top of all that, Key signatures need to be well memorized, as well as, the Triad and the 7th chord harmonies. Then, there comes the work that we’ve done in this lesson. Learn the differences of each mode, as well as, how each difference can be used to compose chord progressions and melodies.
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