A scale reference for Lydian Dominant Scale (Overtone Scale) box shapes (the 4th mode of the Melodic Minor Scale). These are the five shapes/patterns for the Lydian Dominant scale on guitar:


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PRACTICE TIPS

  1. Pick a key.

  2. Locate the note on a string.

  3. Overlay the pattern with the 'R' falling on the note of a chosen key.

  4. Play pattern up and down then pick another key.

  5. Practice ONE shape a day and spend 2mins learning the pattern and moving it around to different keys.

I hope you have found this useful, let me know in the comments :)



Recommended Reading:

The AB Guide to Music Theory Vol 1

Music Theory For Dummies

Chords And Scales For Guitarists

Ultimate Scale Book Pocket Guide Guitar Tab Book

Guitar Fretboard Fluency: The Creative Guide to Mastering The Guitar

Chord Chemistry by Ted Greene


#fretboard #knowledge #melodic #minor#scale#modes#guitar#patterns#free#lesson#practice


A scale reference for Lydian Augmented Scale box shapes (the 3rd mode of the Melodic Minor Scale). These are the five shapes/patterns for the Lydian Augmented scale on guitar:

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PRACTICE TIPS

  1. Pick a key.

  2. Locate the note on a string.

  3. Overlay the pattern with the 'R' falling on the note of a chosen key.

  4. Play pattern up and down then pick another key.

  5. Practice ONE shape a day and spend 2mins learning the pattern and moving it around to different keys.

I hope you have found this useful, let me know in the comments :)


Recommended Reading:

The AB Guide to Music Theory Vol 1

Music Theory For Dummies

Chords And Scales For Guitarists

Ultimate Scale Book Pocket Guide Guitar Tab Book

Guitar Fretboard Fluency: The Creative Guide to Mastering The Guitar

Chord Chemistry by Ted Greene #fretboard #knowledge #melodic #minor#scale#modes#guitar#patterns#free#lesson#practice


A scale reference for Dorian b2 Scale box shapes (the 2nd mode of the Melodic Minor Scale). These are the five shapes/patterns for the Dorian b2 scale on guitar:

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PRACTICE TIPS

  1. Pick a key.

  2. Locate the note on a string.

  3. Overlay the pattern with the 'R' falling on the note of a chosen key.

  4. Play pattern up and down then pick another key.

  5. Practice ONE shape a day and spend 2mins learning the pattern and moving it around to different keys.

I hope you have found this useful, let me know in the comments :)


Recommended Reading:

The AB Guide to Music Theory Vol 1

Music Theory For Dummies

Chords And Scales For Guitarists

Ultimate Scale Book Pocket Guide Guitar Tab Book

Guitar Fretboard Fluency: The Creative Guide to Mastering The Guitar

Chord Chemistry by Ted Greene #fretboard #knowledge #melodic #minor#scale#modes#guitar#patterns#free#lesson#practice

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