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Spanish Flamenco Phrygian Scale!?!?!?!?

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Reinhardt  
28 Jan 2010 23:51 | Quote
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Hey guys
Im really into Spanish and Flamenco guitar music
Can somebody give me a link or something that shows all Five Phrygian scale positions on the fretboard? I always get the 1st position like this http://www.guitarchordsmagic.com/flamenco-guitar.html
But i want the 4 other positions thats going up the fretboard.

Any help would be much appreciated!
AlexB  
29 Jan 2010 01:14 | Quote
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use the notes of the first position you have,then transpose them to figures
Reinhardt  
29 Jan 2010 02:24 | Quote
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Say what? :|
Afro_Raven  
29 Jan 2010 09:32 | Quote
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The Phrygian scale is a mode of the major scale, and as such exists in 7 positions, not 5 (check out the lessons 'Modes and how to use them' and 'Major scale and modes within') via the 'lessons' tab at the top of this page)

To work out the other positions, write out the notes in the scale, then devise your own positions from those :)

Afro
Reinhardt  
1 Feb 2010 04:02 | Quote
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Damn i wish i understood my theory :-/
guitarmastergod  
1 Feb 2010 07:34 | Quote
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http://all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php

the answer is staring you right in the face... try looking harder next time
Schecter_player  
1 Feb 2010 20:43 | Quote
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okay. do you know the major scale in all its positions? its the same thing, just treat the 3rd degree of the major scale as the root. BAM! Phrygian.
Reinhardt  
1 Feb 2010 23:33 | Quote
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3rd degree meaning?? Ive found position 1, 4, and 7, of the phrygian dominant scales on the web, but they r nowhere on the scale tab on this site?
guitarmastergod  
3 Feb 2010 10:51 | Quote
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omg reinhardt everything you need in on this site, stop been lazy and look ffs
case211  
3 Feb 2010 11:09 | Quote
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@reinhardt

3rd degree meaning the 3rd note of whatever key(Major of course) your playing in.
Example:
C Major scale
C-D-E-F-G-A-B
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

3rd degree is E, which is the E Phrygian scales root.
Then find the other positions of E being the root(just the other positions of the E note) and then you have all the possible places that you can play out of phrygian.

It can be used all over the fretboard in any key.

hope that made sense, though I'm not too sure about Phrygian Domninant :P
Reinhardt  
3 Feb 2010 23:22 | Quote
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Thanks alot case211, yea it kinda helped

@guitarmastergod your not helping much, Peace!


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