Yes thank you Emil, now I understand.
Saying very simply, for instance : G superlocrian is the 7th degree of Ab melodic minor and I like it on chords 7.
I've take time to answer because I only can play my guitar on weeks end and holidays (travelling all week for my job).
I have several teacher in the WWW (World Wide Web) and you are a great one. I'll look for new lessons. Thank you!
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RE: Super Locrian mode in melodic minor scales
Super Locrian mode in melodic minor scales
In melodic minor scales, you said that to play a super locrian scale of A for instance, the best way is to think to play the minor melodic scale up half step, so Bb minor melodic (and it sound great, thank you!) because theses two scales contains the same notes.
But, exept error of my part, the 7th degree of A melodic minor contains: G#, A, B, C, D, E, F#, and the 1st degree of Bb melodic minor contains : Bb, C, Db, Eb, F, G, A.
So something completely escapes me.
My apologies for my bad English