#1
Lets say I've got a progression and solo in B Phyrgian, then during a part I want to break off into a rock/bluesy type solo and go into some penetonic playing. Would I play a B Penetonic, or G because the B Phyrgian is based off G. Thanks...
#2
my naming sucks, i think B phrygian is

B,C,D,E,G,A

if this is Correct, then you could use an alternate pentatonic of

B,D,E,G,A
#3
Quote by z4twenny
my naming sucks, i think B phrygian is B,C,D,E,G,A


B Phrygian is B - C - D - E - F# - G - A. The scale you posted is B Locrian.
#5
Quote by flyingVai
Lets say I've got a progression and solo in B Phyrgian, then during a part I want to break off into a rock/bluesy type solo and go into some penetonic playing. Would I play a B Penetonic, or G because the B Phyrgian is based off G. Thanks...



Well, so long as you're still resolving to B, a B minor pentatonic should fit in - B minor pentatonic has the same notes as B phrygian, except you're just leaving the 2nd and 6th notes of the scale out completely.