#1
if i learn the pattern of a mode...is it the same for every key or it changes??
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#2
if you learn the major scale pattern...is it the same in every key?
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#3
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if you learn the major scale pattern...is it the same in every key?

most of them except on D...at least that's what i've figured out...i might be completely wrong though, that's why i'm asking
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#4
You can change form in the same position, or change position but keep the same form of pattern.
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#5
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You can change form in the same position, or change position but keep the same form of pattern.

thanks
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#6
The guitar is a symmetrical instrument. Play a Bm bar chord. Move it up two frets, and you have C#m. Play the Bm scale (pattern/box) and move the entire thing up two frets, you have C#m. The boxes switch keys, but they don't switch formation.

Don't always think of modes as a little box. Modes are a separate scale of their own. Each has their own mood and and style. Each has a different formula.
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#7
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The guitar is a symmetrical instrument. Play a Bm bar chord. Move it up two frets, and you have C#m. Play the Bm scale (pattern/box) and move the entire thing up two frets, you have C#m. The boxes switch keys, but they don't switch formation.

Don't always think of modes as a little box. Modes are a separate scale of their own. Each has their own mood and and style. Each has a different formula.

thanks i'm trying to figure out this stuff by myself and i was a little confused
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#8
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thanks i'm trying to figure out this stuff by myself and i was a little confused


No problem. this is a great place to ask questions for that kinda stuff. Anymore questions, just ask!

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#9
sorry if my post sounded cocky, what i was trying to get across is that its symmetrical like mentioned before, and no matter where you are the patterns stay the same, granted there are different patterns for the different intervals between strings, but those are the only things that change it, plus the 2 different octave slants
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