The dominant Phrygian mode corresponds to the fifth mode of the harmonic minor scale. This mode can be used on a simple major chord, but is especially used in jazz, especially on a dominant seventh chord. This mode is constructed more or less in the same way as the Phrygian mode, with the difference being a major third while the Phrygian mode has a minor third.
You'll find below the 5 different positions/shapes of the D Phrygian Dominant Uke scale in Standard Tuning (gCEA), along with their ascending tab patterns.
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