#1
i made up part of a song that uses a couple riffs in this scale:


E:-3--------------------------------------
B:---6-4-3--------------------------------
G:---------5-4----------------------------
D:-------------6-5-3----------------------
A:-------------------6-5-3-2--------------
E:---------------------------4-3----------


Does anybody know what this scale is called?
I know its in G, and it seems to be some mode of the harmonic minor.

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Last edited by 6DgOfInTb at Aug 12, 2006,
#2
Looks like the G Phrygian Dominant, 5th mode of the C Harmonic Minor.
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#3
Quote by psychodelia
Looks like the G Phrygian Dominant, 5th mode of the C Harmonic Minor.



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#4
cool, thanks


If anybody knows, what are the other modes of the harmonic minor called?
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#5
Quote by psychodelia
Looks like the G Phrygian Dominant, 5th mode of the C Harmonic Minor.



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