Guitar Scales in Context - Joseph Alexander

Guitar Scales in Context

By Joseph Alexander

  • Release Date: 2014-09-24
  • Genre: Music
  • Size: 9.15 MB

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Guitar Scales in Context 

Guitar Scales in Context goes further than every other scale dictionary available: it provides you with backing tracks and licks for every one of the essential 18 scales and modes that it covers. 

With over 50 backing tracks included, each scale is analysed, discussed and shown in the five most commonly used patterns. Each scale shape is given with a corresponding chord, triad and arpeggio pattern to help you build and memorise the scale, both physically and aurally. 

Each scale has an extensive information page giving examples of its use and a description of its unique character. 

Finally, so you can experience how each scale sounds and feels, three live-recorded example licks are given so you can instantly put the scales into musical context. 

Guitar Scales in Context is essential reading and practical application for anyone wanting to develop their fretboard skills, music theory and aural awareness. 

Scales Covered Include: 

The Major Scale 
The Dorian Mode 
The Phrygian Mode 
The Lydian Mode 
The Mixolydian Mode 
The Aeolian Mode 
The Locrian Mode 
The Minor Pentatonic (Blues) Scale 
The Major Pentatonic (Blues) Scale 
The Melodic Minor Mode 
The Lydian Dominant Mode 
The Altered Scale 
The Harmonic Minor Scale 
The Phrygian Dominant Mode 
The Mixolydian Bebop Scale 
The Dorian Bebop Scale 
The Half Whole Diminished Scale 
The Whole Tone Scale 

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