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Truefire Robbie Calvo - Power Concepts Pentatonic scales for modal soloing screenshot

Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
Video: MP4, 960x540 (16:9), 971 Kbps, 29.970 fps
Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 Khz, 2 channels
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Soloing using minor and major pentatonic scales is a skill that most guitar players develop very quickly, and then use quite frequently especially when improvising over blues or simple rock progressions. On the other hand, learning how to solo over changes using modes of the major scale can be confusing and very challenging for most players. If only there was a way to bridge a student’s knowledge and familiarity of pentatonic scales to modal soloing….
There is! In this Pentatonic Scales For Modal Soloing edition of Robbie Calvo’s Power Concepts, you will learn how to improvise over modal chord progressions with all of your favorite major and minor pentatonic licks. Given that nearly every chord progression you'll ever play has a tonal center and is therefore modal, this is a must-have course for players at any level.
”I’ve prepared a sample solo, video lesson, scale diagrams, tab, notation, and a killer jam track for each of the 7 major scale modes, all in the key of A, detailing how you can use the major and minor pentatonic scale shapes to phrase the perfect melodic solos over any modal progression. These Power Concepts work in any key and will give you the freedom to express yourself fully using lines and licks you already know! No tedious workouts or new shapes to learn, just dive right in and sound amazing instantly..”
A IONIAN - A Major Pentatonic Scale - ”In the first Power Concepts video lesson, you'll learn how to apply the major pentatonic scale over an A Ionian chord progression. The major pentatonic scale contains this interval formula 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 6, which means you have all of the Sweet Notes contained in an A major triad plus the 6 and 9 (2)… which also means you'll have lots of Sweet Note resolutions to target as well. This makes creating melodic lines so much easier!”
B DORIAN - B Minor Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the B minor pentatonic scale over a B Dorian chord progression. A B Dorian progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the II minor chord, B minor. The B minor pentatonic scale is also derived from the A major scale and contains all of the Sweet Notes found in the B minor 7th chord, which is going to make applying this Power Concept so melodic and fail safe that you are going to love how easy it is to sound amazing, which is exactly why I've put this course together!”
For each of the 7 modes of the major scale, Robbie has produced a correlating rhythm track and then demonstrates a solo using either a minor or a major pentatonic scale. Robbie will then break down the solo and explain why his chosen pentatonic scale works harmonically over that particular “modal” progression. In turn, you’ll learn how to apply your own pentatonic licks over any major mode progression.
C# PHRYGIAN - C# Minor Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the C# minor pentatonic scale over a C# Phrygian chord progression. A C# Phrygian progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the III minor chord, C# minor. The C# minor pentatonic scale is also derived from the A major scale and contains all of the Sweet Notes found in the C# minor 7th chord, which is going to make applying this Phrygian Power Concept so melodic and tasty.”
D LYDIAN - D Major Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the D major pentatonic scale over a D Lydian chord progression. A D Lydian progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the IV major chord, D Major. The D major pentatonic scale is also derived from the A major scale and contains all of the Sweet Notes found in the D major chord…which is going to make applying this Lydian Power Concept so sweet and easy. You'll also have the 2 and 6 as color tones to use in your lines and licks, so if any Lydian progression you play over contains the 2 and 6 in the resolution tonal center chord, those will also be Sweet Notes too.”
E MIXOLYDIAN - E Major Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the E major pentatonic scale over an E Mixolydian chord progression. An E Mixolydian progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the V major chord, E major or E7. The E major pentatonic scale is also derived from the A major scale and contains all of the Sweet Notes found in the E major chord, which is going to make applying this Mixolydian Power Concept so sweet and easy. You'll also have the 2 and 6 as color tones to use in your lines and licks, so any Mixolydian progression you play over containing the 2 and 6 in the resolution tonal center chord. An E6 Or E6/9 or E9 chord for example will be Sweet Notes too.”
F# AEOLIAN - F# Minor Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the F# minor pentatonic scale over an F# Aeolian chord progression. An F# Aeolian chord progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the VI minor chord, F# Minor. The F# minor pentatonic scale is also derived from the A major scale and contains all of the Sweet Notes found in the F# Minor7 chord, which is going to make applying this Aeolian Power Concept so sweet and sassy sounding.”
G# LOCRIAN - E Major Pentatonic Scale - ”In this Power Concepts lesson, you'll be applying the E major pentatonic scale over a G# Locrian chord progression. A G# Locrian progression is created by using chords derived from the A major scale, however the progression will resolve to the VII minor7 (b5) chord, G#mi7(b5). Why am I using the E major pentatonic scale instead of G# minor pentatonic? Well, G# minor pentatonic would be derived from the F#, E, or B major scales and therefore would contain notes that would not fit at all over our progression built from the A major scale. Analyzing one chord is fine, but in a progression, you have to consider all of the other chords too.”
Robbie demonstrates all of the soloing studies over rhythm tracks and then breaks them down note-by-note emphasizing the harmonic approaches and techniques you’ll need to get a grip on to play them correctly.
All of the licks are tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes. To help you visualize the fretboard, Robbie includes fingering charts for each of the soloing studies. You’ll also get Guitar Pro files so that you can play, loop and/or slow down the tab and notation as you work through the lessons. Plus, Robbie generously includes all of the rhythm tracks for you to work with on your own.
Grab your guitar and let’s tap our vocabulary of pentatonic licks to get modal with Robbie Calvo!





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