#1
ok i wanna practice in phrygian so i can get my mind into what im suppose do do when the time comes and i need some chords to start me off.... any suggestions?
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#2
Er.. the same chords as the scale that the mode is derived from?
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#4
lo sorry im a bit like . noobie at this.. so that would mean:

Cmaj7 Dmin7 Emin7 Fmaj7 Gmaj7 Amin7 and Bmin7b5

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#5
E minor, slide the E major chord form up to the F position and leave the other three strings open (like an open barre chord), then do the same to the G position...best I could come up with. For like...metal I'd say just go E-F....E-C or something along those lines.
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#7
Modes aren't technically derived from chord progresions - the uses of modes predates the use of harmony by several centuries. They work best over a single chord or, even better, drone line.

The moment you change the tonality by playing a different chord you're playing a different mode or scale.
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Modes aren't technically derived from chord progresions - the uses of modes predates the use of harmony by several centuries. They work best over a single chord or, even better, drone line.

The moment you change the tonality by playing a different chord you're playing a different mode or scale.

I disagree, there are definitely modal progression. A really common progression for Phrygian would be i - ii - i..
#10
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The moment you change the tonality by playing a different chord you're playing a different mode or scale.
Kinda sorta. Am7 D7 is definately an A Dorian progression, but to say that you're playing D Mixo over D7 is splitting hairs.

However, everyone should keep in mind that modal progressions are usually 2 or 3 chords, else they resolve to the parent scale.