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• Backing tracks in 4 different modes
• TAB/Score of licks and concepts presented
• "Aeolian Mode" is another name for the Minor (or Natural Minor) Scale. It has a minor I chord and a minor IV chord, so it is a rather dark sounding mode.
• By the way, in music theory, major chords are represented by large Roman numerals (e.g., I, IV, V), and minor chords by smal Roman numerals (e.g., ii, iii, vi).
• The backing track used in this video is a i9 - iv9 progression in A (Am9 - Dm9). So, it's a bit jazzier than a simple i - iv progression.
• Two scales that work in Aeolian are the Minor Pentatonic (1-b3-4-5-b7) and, of course, Aeolian (1-2-b3-4-5-b6-b7).
• We'll start super easy; by humming just one note!
• Try making your own variations of these licks and lines.
• Try playing the lick up or down an octave.
• Try harmonizing melodic lines in 3rds or 6ths.
• Try playing it on different parts of the neck.