#1
I've got Gm6, Ebadd9, and Ab. And I have no ****ing idea what to play. Upon seeing the Gm6, I thought G Dorian, but the Ebadd9 and Ab contradict that.
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#2
I don't think your quite ready for modes just yet. Take a look at some older threads on modes and see if you can figure it out.
#3
Eb major. 3 1 4 progression.

can anyone confirm this?
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#4
Quote by allislost
Eb major. 3 1 4 progression.

can anyone confirm this?

That sounds about right.

TS you should still read the theory stickies and the other thousands of other threads on modes.
#5
I thought of the Eb major, but then what about the E in the Gmin6? As it goes right now, I've been improvising G Dorian over the Gmin6, then switching to minor for the Eb, and then trying to do a bit of Phrygian on the Ab, but I'm curious if there would be one thing I could do that could really encompass all the chords.
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#6
Quote by Blackflame47
I thought of the Eb major, but then what about the E in the Gmin6? As it goes right now, I've been improvising G Dorian over the Gmin6, then switching to minor for the Eb, and then trying to do a bit of Phrygian on the Ab, but I'm curious if there would be one thing I could do that could really encompass all the chords.


your Gmin6 might actually be a Gmb7.... i think... or raised 6th?

Gmin6 : G, Bb, D, and Eb.
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Quote by allislost
your Gmin6 might actually be a Gmb7.... i think... or raised 6th?

Gmin6 : G, Bb, D, and Eb.

I thought it was G, Bb, D, E.
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Quote by allislost
your Gmin6 might actually be a Gmb7.... i think... or raised 6th?

Gmin6 : G, Bb, D, and Eb.


If I'm not mistaken, the formula for a m6 chord is 1 b3 5 6, not b6. So it would be G Bb D E.
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#10
Eb Major would be fine, just treat the E in Gmin6 as an out of key note (accidential), you aren't only limited to using notes from a scale for a chord change, its just easier to make them fit like that, but out of key notes can be used plenty and still sound fine.