#1
I have a big problem. The only way in which I can bend and sound good is using the pentatonic scale. When I am playing, for example, the major scale and try to bend a note, it sounds weird and damages the solo. Any recommendations?
#2
Stop bending at random and start actually thinking about what you're doing. Ultimately bending is just another way to move between two notes, if the note you're bending to doesn't fit then it's not going to sound good.
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#3
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When you bend, you're playing 2 notes. You play the first note when you pick the string and you play the second note when you bend up to it. Do the same thing you do when you play any 2 notes (whatever it is that normally goes on in your head), just bend up to the second one.
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