#1
I have a question, what scales like, melody based scales are good for metal, if u guys can give me a list of the best melody scales and where i can view tabs of them that would superb
#3
and one more question, whats the main ruling in a solo, how far outside the solo's scale can u go?
#4
*facepalm*

fail for not RTFS
double fail for not using the searchbar
triple fail for not realizing you can use pretty much any scale with any genre of music. there are a couple exceptions here and there but not many.
#5
Quote by relicmusic1990
and one more question, whats the main ruling in a solo, how far outside the solo's scale can u go?

as far as you wish, as long as it makes sense. if it adds tension, then go for it (especially in metalcore). if it just sounds like a shiitty note in the wrong place, dont use that note in that location.
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Quote by kumamilesbear
if it just sounds like a shiitty note in the wrong place, dont use that note in that location.



isn't 90% of metalcore like that?
#7
Use the billy-bob-overhead-b2#21-frankenstein scale.

loool


There's no such thing as scale = music.

Use the searchbar, and learn about harmony and read the stickies.

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#8
Style is what determines how anything sounds. The major/minor scale is limitless.
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