Hello, good people of the internet. Here is a backing track in A (minor) Phrygian. Have a jam! It’s at 90 bpm and there’s plenty of room in the mix for noodling and working your guitar solos in the Phrygian mode. Try to work on your phrasing and feel. Also, you can use A minor pentatonic or even pepper in some A natural minor licks. The jam has 2 movements. (Am-Bflat) and (Am-Dm-Bflat-C) Below the video is a guitar neck diagram of the Phrygian scale in A. If this scale is new to you first learn the main pattern, which can be refered to as pattern 1 Phrygian. If you are already familiar with the pentatonic patterns, notice the box patterns before and after the main pattern. Lots of excellent runs can be had utilizing these boxes. Most of all work your phrasing, this toon was written for tasty phrasing, listen for any melodies you hear or feel. so start shredding. If you have any questions drop a comment or email me directly.

Guitar neck diagram of the Phrygian scale in A. If this scale is new to you first learn the main pattern which takes place in the fifth position, this can be referred to as pattern 1 in Phrygian.

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