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snuvet75
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Joined: May 21, 2017
Last seen: Apr 16, 2020
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Re: Modes?

Right right. Sorry I got confused. Man, so many to remember.

7 years ago
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Re: Chord progression questions in some songs

You don't have to justify the key change. Movement from G to A or vice versa could imply you're in the key of D, or it could just sound good. The A#-C...

7 years ago
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Re: Modes?

The out-of-key chord happens a lot. Don't forget that in the descending A melodic minor you use a G natural, not a sharp. I think you got it backwar...

7 years ago
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Re: Is your guitar teacher an donkey*ole?

Although I had a hard time understanding you in youtube post, I get the general idea. But I don't agree with you on the fact that your teacher is an a...

7 years ago
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Re: Maroon 5: "This Love"

except for the b5 moving from Cm to Fm7. Sorry for my ignorance. But can you elaborate a bit on that?? Thank you.

7 years ago
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Re: Modes?

A lot of beginners go through the "changing the position of the scale for each chord" thing, but it's important to remember that G-Em-C-D7 is a sequen...

7 years ago
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Re: Modes?

So basically if my song is in the key of A minor, I can use the D Dorian over a Dmin chord.... the E Phrygian over an Eminor chord etc.... If he stil...

7 years ago
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Re: Teaching an experiences piano player guitar. Any help?

I'm relatively beginner since I've been playing only for a year. Anyway, my guitar teacher plays multiple instrument and when I was learning from him,...

7 years ago
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Re: Basic Mode question

Within the set of pitches outlined by the tonality, you create a chord progression or a melody, and that has a "home" determined by the sequence of ch...

7 years ago
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Re: Modes!!

NoteBoat, I'm flabbergasted at your knowledge, not only here but in other threads as well. But I want to ask you about your method to figure out what ...

7 years ago