#2
Whichever one fits the music.

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#3
G runs. Bluegrass ftw
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#4
I've always been partial to sliding pentatonic runs like this Am one



E|---------------------------------------------17-20s22-
B|------------------------------------15-17s20----------
G|----------------------------12-14s17------------------
D|-------------------10-12s14---------------------------
A|-----------7-10s12------------------------------------
E|---5-8s10---------------------------------------------



And also sliding around in thirds like this Em run



e|---------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------
G|----12s11--11s9-----9s7----7s5----5s4----4s2----2s0-----
D|-14------12------10------9------7------5------4------2---
A|---------------------------------------------------------
E|---------------------------------------------------------


A run like that is dead easy to learn as it's just running through the chords, and they're both useful as you can drop them into a solo - "going up the neck from lydian to the phrygian then back to aeolian" doesn't really make sense and wouldn't have any practical application.
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#5
Mr Seagull, you seem to know your shit, can you help me understand what RobChappers means here....

I asked - Can I use pitch axis theory in my playing, or is it more to illustrate modes of the major scale?

He answered - I use it all the time mate, it is strong practical theory! For example take a nice long 3 octave scale and play some lydian with it... then hit a minor chord shift it forward a semitone and your are shredding phrygian.
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