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So, say I'm playing in E Minor Pentatonic and I want to add more of a Phrygian feel for a few bars for example - what do I do?

Do I learn E Major Phrygian and add the notes that don't fall into the E Minor Pentatonic scale normally?
Or would that only work with E Major Pentatonic?

If you know a site that will explain this to me/ help me learn this then please feel free to give a link

Thanks
Last edited by Notmewtwoguitar at Jul 26, 2009,
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Quote by Notmewtwoguitar
So, say I'm playing in E Minor Pentatonic and I want to add more of a Phrygian feel for a few bars for example - what do I do?
Well I would add the notes from E phrygian that aren't in the regular pentatonic ie that flat second (F) and the minor sixth (C) however
Do I learn E Major Phrygian and add the notes that don't fall into the E Minor Pentatonic scale normally?
You seem confused. Either you're talking abour phrygian dominant (Fifth mode of harmonic minor) or you've gone wrong with your understanding of modes somewhere
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