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  1. Yubby is yin to Rage Bass's yang.
  2. It always kills me that celebrities think that people give a crap what they think. Obviously, people DO care what they think, evidenced by this thread, and all the posters, including yourself, who've expressed an opinion about this woman's comments.
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    Aguilar GS412

    A great cab, but I've decided to go with my smaller, lighter Schroeder 410. I'm in San Francisco. I really don't want to ship it if possible. Thanks. $750
  4. Practically new, hardly played, excellent condition. Sunburst with rosewood, white pg. $775 plus shipping. Thanks.
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    Schroeder 410R

    Excellent condition. I'd prefer local, but can ship. With cover and casters. $675. Thanks.
  6. Originally posted by bigbottomline Phrygian dominant has a major 3rd instead of the minor 3rd that phrygian has? Is that the only note that seperates the two scales? I missed the 7. The phrygian dominant has a major 7 too? What makes it "dominant?" Forgive me, I'm learning, but I though that "dominant" usually indicates a b7.
  7. Originally posted by Macblah-1 Nope... the phrygian dominant is 1 b2 3 4 5 b6 7 Harmonic minor with a b2 is 1 b2 b3 4 5 b6 7 Not sure what to call the scale, though. Phrygian dominant has a major 3rd instead of the minor 3rd that phrygian has? Is that the only note that seperates the two scales?
  8. Beautiful. I love this stuff. Thanks Macblah!
  9. Last night I learned (on bass) the following minor scales: Natural minor: 1-2-b3-4-5-b6-b7-8 Harmonic minor: 1-2-b3-4-5-b6-7-8 Jazz melodic minor: 1-2-b3-4-5-6-7-8 And the traditional melodic minor ascending: 1-2-b3-4-5-6-7-8 and descending: 8-b7-b6-5-4-b3-2-1 I hope I got all this right (from memory). Can anyone provide examples of when these various minor scales can/should be used? Thanks.
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