In this course we will working on the third mode of the major scale, the Phrygian mode. This is another minor mode, suitable for use of minor seventh chords, particularly if a 'flattened ninth' sound is desirable. We'll begin by learning to play the E Phrygian mode all over the fingerboard using the 'content over patterns' method, after which we will work through a series of bass grooves that put it to use. In some of the later exercises we will also play some grooves that use the Phrygian mode from other keys.