Tag Archives: Phrygian
The Phrygian scale  is named after the ancient Kingdom of Phrygia in what is now part of modern day Turkey. Phrygian mode tends to sound somewhat exotic due to it’s unique scale structure. Let’s say we’re in the key of G Major, which contains the notes G, A, B, C, D, E, and F#....

SMG Guitar Lesson #14: Phrygian Mode

The Phrygian scale is named after the ancient Kingdom of Phrygia in what is now part of modern day Turkey. Phrygian mode tends to sound somewhat exotic due to it’s unique scale structure. Let’s say we’re in the key of G Major, which contains the notes G, A, B, C, D, E, and F#….

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I could go on for days about modal theory but this article is more about fun and giving you a taste of what modes sound like and how to play them....

Play Any Mode In Any Key – Easily!

I could go on for days about modal theory but this article is more about fun and giving you a taste of what modes sound like and how to play them….

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