#2
Hey porkplan! Great video and song! now to answer your question! She is using the F Mixolydian mode (the 5th mode of the Bb Major scale) but basically any note in any order you choose in the Bb major scale set of notes (Bb-C-D-D#-F-G-A) is going to sound great! to play a F Mixolydian scale you would just play a F major scale except you would flatten(or lower) the 7th note by 1 half step (or 1 fret if you are a guitarist). Hope that answers your question. Good luck!
#4
Actually, that sound more like G minor to me. For it to be in F mixo it would need to resolve to F, when this song clearly resolves to G. So, just use G minor or G minor pentatonic.
#5
Definitely Gm: Gm Eb Bb F/A. Just use the notes from the chords, not every scale tone is going to sound good on every chord.
#7
It doesn't really matter, they're pretty much the same thing - you're simply not choosing to play certain notes when you use the pentatonic
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#8
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G Minor pentatonic or natural minor?

minor pentatonic is a subset of natural minor. It just leaves out the 2nd and 6th.

But not every not is going to sound good on every chord. Ab will probably not sound good on the Eb major. Bb will not sound good on F. Try playing the chord tones over each of the chords instead of just a scale.
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minor pentatonic is a subset of natural minor. It just leaves out the 2nd and 6th.

But not every not is going to sound good on every chord. Ab will probably not sound good on the Eb major. Bb will not sound good on F. Try playing the chord tones over each of the chords instead of just a scale.

Yeah, those notes won't sound good if you land on them but you can use them as passing notes. Every note can be made sound good. But it's important to release the tension by playing chord tones and landing on them (non chord tones are dissonant, chord tones are consonant and playing dissonant notes adds tension, but if you don't release the tension, it will sound bad). Though sometimes dissonant sound is what you want. Your ear will tell you if the note you are playing sounds good over the chords.
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