#3
http://www.marktiarra.com/music/guitar_lessons_page2.html

just click on any of the modes and it will show the 3nps scale shape, as well as an explanation of the intervals and a sound clip with an example of how it sounds over a backing track
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#4
so is every postion of the major scale a mode? I thought the modes had different patterns and therefore a different shape to the shape of the major scale
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so is every postion of the major scale a mode? I thought the modes had different patterns and therefore a different shape to the shape of the major scale


in the CAGED system, not exactly, each position is just compared to chord shapes

using the 3 note per string system, yes, every position is a mode...if you take a closer look, you'll see that every mode is just the major scale starting on a different note of the original scale...for example

C major = C, D, E, F, G, A, B

Modes = C Ionian - D Dorian - E Phrygian etc...

remember that you want to see scales as notes rather than shapes
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