#1
So in some "betcha can't play this" Vid, rusty cooley says that the lick is in a phrygian minor key... I don't get it... Would I, say if i was playing d phrygian (F G A Bb C D Eb), would i just apply the minor 3, 6, and 7? making it F G Ab Bb C Db D? Or what? Lol


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#2
Phrygian minor is exactly the same as phrygian. Just the third mode. I know the vid you're talking about though. In other words, D Phrygian minor is the same as D phrygian. Flat second, flat third, flat 6th, flat 7th. I think. lol.
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#3
Ye exactly, they call it d phygian minor just being the phygian mode has a minor sound to it, dorian is minor so is aeolian, and the rest are major except locrian which is dimished sounding. people use it to sound fancy thats all XD
#4
Haha alrighty, thanks guys... I'm gonna use it to sound smart too! xD
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#6
He called in Phrygian minor to distinguish it from Phrygian Dominant, which has a major third.
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