In Deep: Applying Modes to Improvised Solo Ideas, Part 1
Andy Aledort looks at a few useful ways to apply a modal approach to soloing.
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Sooner or later, guitarists in every genre of music begin to wonder about the modes: what they are, how best to learn them and how to use them effectively when improvising. In this edition of In Deep, we’ll take a look at the theoretical basis for the modes and cover a few useful ways to apply a modal approach to soloing over commonly used chord vamps.
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