#1
Does anyone know any latin music scales they could share?

I want to start playing latin music thus making the ladies OOOOOH and AWWWW in wonder
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Guitars: Cort g260 w/Vintage strat pickups, Standard Sg coming soon.

Amps.
Ibanez 10 watt bass amp.
Traynor YCV CLASSIC 40 WATT ALL TUBE AMP 2x10 COMBO.

Pedals
Digitech RP150.
#3
Phrygian and phrygian dominant come to mind.

Look at some Santana songs. I think he uses the dorian a lot as well.
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#4
for Latin?
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Guitars: Cort g260 w/Vintage strat pickups, Standard Sg coming soon.

Amps.
Ibanez 10 watt bass amp.
Traynor YCV CLASSIC 40 WATT ALL TUBE AMP 2x10 COMBO.

Pedals
Digitech RP150.
#5
some modes of the melodic minor maybe?
I really dont like using the phrygian because its inherently usable with latin music therefore just making it more cliche'd when everyone plays that typical little riff with the 5ths in E

Branch out and try them melodic minor modes

I could vaguely understand using the dorian seeing as the dorians only one note differant to the Major scale and the Phrygians only 1 note differant from the Minor scale.. closer sounding then you think when u think about it in relative majors and minors..
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#6
Really depends what you mean. There's traditional flamenco stuff which would lean more in the harmonic minor/phrygian/phrygian dominant direction and latin jazz which is more dorian/natural minor-ey. But, to save Archeo Avis some trouble here, when you're after a particular sound, the scale will only get you part of the way there. The vast majority of it is in the phrasing and stuff.