The Hindustan Scale (Linear)
The Hindustan scale is a 6-note scale.
It’s actually a Mixolydian scale minus the 6th note.
You can learn more about Mixolydian here The Modes
Leaving a note out of a 7-note scale creates a new scale that has a more open feel.
The formula is: 1 2 3 4 5 b7
Here’s the Hindustan scale in the key of C.
You can solo with that scale over a C7 groove (or C Mixolydian chord progressions).
Check the sound of the scale-out in the following video
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