#1
say I had an C5, A5, B5 power chord progression. what would be a good mode and key to use for that?
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#2
Quote by Cosmicstar
say I had an C5, A5, B5 power chord progression. what would be a good mode and key to use for that?



G major/Eminor
The modes will show their way through just by playing the G major scale.
Under the C, I think you'll hear C lydian. Under the A you'll hear A Dorian. Under the B you'll hear Phyrigian......
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#4
ok check this out the modes will come when you play g major scale the modes will just come out. cause you can play C mixo, B lydian and A phrygian. or you can play C lydian, B phrygian and A dorian, because those modes will give the progresion a totally different feel.

your other option is playing Dmin/Fmaj pent, Emin pent and Cmaj pent and swap between those and it will give a model feel