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Guitar Backing Track in B Dorian

Knowing scales and understanding modal progressions is great for improvising.

But all this knowledge is nothing without practice!

That’s why I made this Dorian backing track for guitar players (it could fit other instruments too).

I hope you enjoy jamming on this playback song as much as I do.

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The Mixolydian Mode for Guitar

The Mixolydian scale (or mode) is very close to the major scale since it has only one different note. It has a b7 (lowered seventh). This specific note makes it sound great over 7th chords and other forms of dominant…

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D Major Acoustic Guitar Backing Track

Guitar backing tracks are a great way to practice lead ideas. They can be used to compose melodic lines or simply practice scales or riffs. Because making your own tracks can take some time off your practice time, here is…

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The Lydian Mode On Guitar

The Lydian Mode (Guitar charts)

The Lydian mode is a type of major scale. It is very happy sounding and has a magical and dreamy touch when used in guitar soloing. It is only one note different from the major scale, it has a sharpened…

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The Phrygian Mode (Guitar Charts)

The Phryhian mode is an exotic sounding scale frequently associated with Spanish and Flamenco music. It has a very distinctive eastern vibe to it. It is also regularly used by metal guitar players because of the dark atmosphere it can…

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The Dorian Mode (Guitar Charts)

The Dorian Mode is a minor type of scale. It is a very widely used scale across multiple genres and often associated with blues and jazz guitar playing. The Dorian Mode is the second of the seven major musical modes.…

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The natural minor scale (Aoelian) for guitar  

Unlike the major scale, there are three different type of minor scales. Usually, when no type is specified it refers to the Natural minor. In western music, this scale is commonly recognized as having a sadder sound than its major counterpart. It is…

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The major scale patterns on guitar

The major scale is undoubtedly the best-known scale. In fact, everyone knows it (kind of). Just ask anyone with no particular harmony knowledge, and they will most certainly answer this: CDEFGABD. This is indeed the C major scale, on the…

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