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  1. #16
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    its neva too late too learn ^

    nice info guys .. i think the thread should go sticky

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    LMAO ...
    u know y i dont know about the aug chords?

    thats coz i ran outta patience with all the theory

    guess i ll havta sit down one day n finish my lessons

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    Quote Originally Posted by jekyll
    more precisely G Ionian ... because i feel that Ionian, Lydian, Mixolydian can be termed as major sounding scales ...

    Aeolian, Phrygian, Dorian, Locrian are more Minor sounding

    my personal feelings ... but then i guess many ppl will feel the same after listening to those scales ...
    ionian lyndian......
    arent they different positions of a scale?

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    Ionian is C D E F G A B
    Lydian is F G A B C D E which when transposed to C becomes C D E F# G A B

    so u see they are different

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    augmented chords is just the root,3rd note sharpened and the 5th note sharpened.

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    Augmented Chord = Root + Major Third + Augmented Fifth or Diminished Sixth

    Basically a Major Chord with the Fifth Sharpened.

    Major, Minor, Diminished and Augmented are the only four triad forms. Rest all chords require a 4th note.
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    wow i am really happy that my thread brought out such valuable discussion ...
    Anyway .. I did the charts based on the pdfs in site
    check it up ... It's good ..
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    nice discussion .
    i began just a month back.i got all that theory from a software called "guitar alchemist" . i guess if u write that and search on google it may help.

    wait let me post a link.

    its free and gives u those moveable shapes for the scales in their modes. and many chords. when i say many i really mean it coz most of them were not even playble i guess my hand needs more streching.

    the trial version(lasted only 14 days or so) offers even more scale and patterns . but anyway all that theory makes me sleepy.i need action to keep going. (life is a hindi film after all).lol.


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