#1
Okay, this is going to sound like a NOOBISH question!
I learned a few Mixolydian(I'm weird),a couple pentatonic scales, and a few major scales.

What I want to know is What would you say are the top 5 scales to learn to play the blues. I just what to know the most solid ones you know!
Thank You my friends.

Also If you'd like to include other things that you like to play in blues solos(Certain double-stops, chords favorite bends WHATEVER) Please include them.
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#2
-Blues Scale
-Pentatonic Minor
-Natural Minor
-Harmonic Minor
-Dorian

In that order. Blues isn't too exotic in terms of note choice, usually.

Also, bending the 4th up to the 5th in the pentatonic, blues or other minor scale is pretty much essential.
#3
Use minor and major pentatonic. Listen to LOADS of blues and just pick bits and pieces up.

It's the only way to play REAL blues. You can't get away with faking it in my opinion.
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#4
the blues scales and learn the BB King Box pattern. I think there is a lesson on here somewhere about it
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#5
Quote by willieturnip
Use minor and major pentatonic. Listen to LOADS of blues and just pick bits and pieces up.

It's the only way to play REAL blues. You can't get away with faking it in my opinion.

This is true.
#6
minor pentatonic, major pentatonic, dorian, myxolidian (mispelled :P)
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