http://bit.ly/Subscribe_iGuitar_magazine Rick Graham takes a look at the melodic minor scale and gives you ways to incorporate it into your rock guitar playing.
Rick says "There are many ways that you can view the melodic minor scale. Some musicians see it as a major scale with a flattened 3rd degree. Some see it as a natural minor scale with sharpened 6th and 7th degrees, others as a dorian mode with a sharpened 7th degree. I think the best advice is to try and view it in as many ways as you possibly can, as it will help to keep your options, as well as your mind, well and truly open"
Click here http://bit.ly/RG_Roadmaps to read Ricks full lesson article in which he talks about using the scale fragments and how to practice the scale as double stop intervals.
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Melodic Minor For The Rock Guitarist - Free Guitar Lesson (With TAB) - Guitar Interactive Magazine