There are a few important scales you need to know when beginning to study jazz improvisation. They are the major, melodic minor, dorian mode, mixolydian mode, pentatonic, bebop major, bebop dominant, bebop minor, diminished, whole tone and chromatic scales. These scales will help you construct your patterns and build your solos. You can see them as a pool of notes from which to select those notes which will fit with a particular chord or chord progression.
In This Course You’re Going to Learn:
- The major and minor scales
- The major & minor pentatonic scales
- The bebop scales
- And a lot more...
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