Place your middle finger on the fifth edge of the A-string (fifth string) on the guitar and pick the note. This is the root note of a D Dorian scale.
String the seventh string of the A-string with your pinky and play the note.
Eat the third fret of the D-string (fourth string) and pick the note. This is the most difficult part of the scale because it requires a little distance. Do not get frustrated if the distance is difficult at first.
With your middle finger, you tear the fifth miss off the D-string and pick the string.
Use your pinky to foam the seventh edge of the D-string and play the string.
Play the fourth G-string with your index finger.
Place your middle finger on the pentagon of the G-string and pick the string. This is the penultimate note of the scale.
Use your pinky to play the seventh fret of the G-string. This is the final note of the scale. It is. You now know how to play a Doric scale on guitar!
Tips and warnings
The Doric scale is one of the Greek modes found in music theory. It is a scale of very sad quality due to its close relation to the natural smaller scale. The main difference between a smaller scale and a Dorian scale is the increased sixth degree of the Dorian mode compared to the smaller scale. In this article, you will learn how to play a Dorian scale on guitar.