Pentatonic Frame to Modes

Pentatonic Frame to Modes

Thinking about modes in terms of a pentatonic framework can be very useful and also makes their differences easier to remember while actually playing. I find this approach to playing modes very logical. It is not meant as an introduction to learning them, but as one more way to reinforce your ability to remember them.

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Check out these related posts:
Modal Magic
Guitar Modes Redux

 

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