Mixolydian Mode by Peter Vogl is a downloadable video lesson on how and when to use the Mixolydian mode. The Mixolydian mode is primarily used when playing over a dominant chord. A dominant chord is a major chord with a flat 7, such as G7. We'll look at what chords and progressions lend themselves to using the Mixolydian mode to develop solos. This is a concept that applies to lead guitar for rock, blues, and jazz. We've included a couple jam tracks so you can practice this new concept.
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Genre: Guitar Techniques
Length: 20 minutes
Size: 88.5 mb
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