Introduction & Tuning5:24
This tutorial starts with an intro jam by David C. Gross and his band as well as tuning with the viewer.
The Modes of the E Major Scale16:50
The major scale (the basis for most western music) is introduced in E.
F# Dorian Mode10:00
Here we go over the mode created by the 2nd note of the E major scale, the F# Dorian mode.
G# Phrygian Mode8:25
Now we look at the mode created by the 3rd note of the major scale, the Phrygian mode.
A Lydian Mode5:30
We move on to the 4th note of the major scale creating the Lydian mode.
B Mixolydian Mode3:17
In this video, David goes over the 5th note of the E major scale creating the B Mixolydian mode which is used heavily in blues, jazz, and rock music.
David goes over the mechanics of the blues.
C# Aeolian Mode6:04
The 6th note of the major scale creates the Aeolian mode, a minor scale.
D# Locrian Mode4:12
The last of the modes, the Locrian mode, is covered.
Blues Variations & Outro Jam9:08
In this final video, David goes over several blues variations, gives us his final thoughts, and jams a tune with his band.
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