EXAMPLES MIXOLYDIAN - 7TH INTERVALS
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EXAMPLE 2 another one up a perfect 4t0h. These first four notes are then repeated up an octave while staying within the same area of the neck (vertical motion). Bars 10-11 then features some four-note motifs (each formed by an ascending 7th followed by another one up an octave) taken up through the scale along the length of the neck (lateral motion). Finally, bar 12 contains a series of descending 7ths taken up through the scale: again, by moving laterally along the fretboard. Incidentally, the hybrid picking approach shown in bar 9 represents the approach that I used on the audio example; however, you can just use the pick if you prefer. EXAMPLE 3 In Bars 17-18 7ths are taken (laterally) down through the scale, alternating between ascending and descending in a castle-wall-style configuration. This is followed in bar 19 by some four-note motifs (each comprising a descending 7th followed by another one down a 6th) taken up through the scale (laterally). This example finishes with a mixture of descending and ascending 7ths taken up through the scale (again, laterally).