#1
what are the best scales to use for shredding?

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#2
1 - Musician Talk.

2 - All of them, any of them. As long as it fits the backing no one gives a crap what scale you're using.
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... lol.

OT: Many a time is the harmonic minor shredded all over the fretboard... it can sound cool, but don't try and be like Yngwie, the way he improvises in harmonic minor sounds like ass IMO.
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Yngwie sounds beastly with his harmonic runs, imo.

Agreed.
IMO, a lot of people who run up and down the harmonic minor just sound like Yngwie wannabes.
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... lol.

OT: Many a time is the harmonic minor shredded all over the fretboard... it can sound cool, but don't try and be like Yngwie, the way he improvises in harmonic minor sounds like ass IMO.



No he doesn't
Before his accident he sounded epic(and still does), don't harp on Yngwie.

Especially since you probably like hammet or herman lee
#11
Muhammed Sucimez uses harmonic minor, and sounds freakin awesome.
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#12
i'd say diatonic most of the time, harmonic minor from time to time, and you can include passages of the good ol' fashioned pentatonic to make solosa little more punchy, but just for one or two bars, you know. if not it wouldn't sound "shred like"
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