#1
i wana know what scale to use for the improvisation over the chord part/ verses int he song "Layla" by eric clapton, or derek and the dominos. ermm just give your suggestions n i'll work with it, thanks
#2
d minor extended pentatonic would work, seeing that the song is mostly in d minor
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#5
Isnt the verse in C#m? I think it kind of changes key between verse and chorus.

Keep in mind I could be way off here.
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#6
I only know the acoustic version.

The intro, chorus, and solo are all in Dm.
The verses are in C#m.
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#7
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I only know the acoustic version.

The intro, chorus, and solo are all in Dm.
The verses are in C#m.

Pretty certain the progression is the same for both.
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#8
hmmm im think c#m pentatonic n then d minor pentatonic for the solo and obv the main lick itself is in D, i think ive got it sorted, thanks for the help
#9
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Pretty certain the progression is the same for both.

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#10
Actually, I think the chord progressions are basically the same.

The verse begins on the C#m. The chord progression, especially nearer the end, suggests E major as opposed to C#m. Granted the notes are the same, but the 2m, 5, 1, 4 sound at the end is pretty strong.