Eb Mixolydian Ukulele Scale (mode) - Baritone

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G-Tuning (DGBE).
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The Mixolydian mode is the fifth mode of the major scale. This major scale differs from the other two (Ionian and Lydian) by its seventh minor (its characteristic note). It will therefore be used in a dominant seventh chord context, blues grids, and a Mixolydian grid. It can also be used on a major chord, in a dominant seventh context, or on a 7 suspended chord.

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Diagram/Chart

Staff Line Notation

Scale details

  • Type : Major
  • Number of notes : 7
  • Formula : 1,2,3,4,5,6,b7
  • Notes : E♭, F, G, A♭, B♭, C, D♭
  • Intervals : W,W,H,W,W,H,W
  • Degrees : E♭ (I - tonic), F (II - supertonic), G (III - mediant), A♭ (IV - subdominant), B♭ (V - dominant), C (VI - submediant), D♭ (VII - leading tone)

Scale Positions

You'll find below the 5 different positions/shapes of the Eb Mixolydian Uke scale in G-Tuning (DGBE), along with their ascending tab patterns.

Position #1

Position #2

Position #3

Position #4

Position #5

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