6 Ways To Solo Over 4 "Simple" Chords [Dorian + Minor Modal Mixture]

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This lesson explores modal interchange AKA modal mixture between Dorian and Minor. Specifically with the tonal center of E. The four chords we are working with are Em – G – A and C, and these do not fit conveniently into a single mode of major. Therefore switching between scales is a valid and helpful approach to writing melodies or leads over these chords.
We explore several different varieties of scale-blending, arpeggios, and voice leading to discover new ways to solo over a set of chords without just repeating the same licks over and over.
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If you’re confused about this lesson I recommend you watch the following videos:
Minor Scale:
Dorian Scale:
Modal Mixture:
Arpeggio Basics:
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