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21 Oct 2009 00:09 | Quote
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how can i solo over a progression without changing the scale every time a different chord is play,4 example if i,m in the key of d and the chords r d5-e5-f5 of course because of the e5 chord i,d have 2 play the d dorian mode because of the b note in the e5 chord so with those 3 chords how can i just use the d dorian mode over this progression?if its possable lemme know,,,,,,thanx
21 Oct 2009 00:57 | Quote
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First of all, don't feel like you have to play a certain scale. You play whatever sounds good to you. Terrible answer I know, but it is the truth. To be more technical though, you could play E Harmonic Minor to give it a really dark eerie sound. Also, because E5, F5 and D5 fall into the key of C Major you could play any of those modes; C Ionian, D Dorian, E Phrygian, F Lydian, G Mixolydian, A Aeolian and B Locrian.
18 Dec 2009 14:53 | Quote
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If you use the D natural minor scale (D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C, D) for this progression you will most likely want to switch scales when you get to the E5 chord because of the clash between notes B and Bb.
However, the D Dorian mode (D, E, F, G, A, B, C, D) makes a perfect match with all the notes in this progression. d5: D & A e5: E & B and f5: F & C.

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