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Watch the Mixing the Minor Modes online guitar lesson by John Stowell from Modern Jazz Improv

As I mentioned, the amount of time (i.e., number of bars) that you have to work with in a tune will determine how many different minor modes you will combine. It's possible to mix these sounds together if there is another chordal instrument present in the band (a second guitar or piano). A good accompanist will leave enough space to give you some freedom and creative latitude harmonically, playing chords underneath your solo for you to respond to without interrupting your flow.