Phrygian Mode in G

G Phrygian Mode

G Phrygian Mode

Many guitar players like to use the modal system.  This mode is the Phrygian mode, it starts on the 3rd note of the major scale.  The example is G Phrygian, it is in the key of E flat.  

The notes are G Ab Bb C D Eb F G.  It is used over a G minor chord in the key of Eb.

To download the printable version of the two examples in TAB and Music Notation click on the link phrygian_mode_g

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