#2
the one that's in the right key
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#4
Quote by GT_Baller
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This. I pretty much just roam around from position to position whenever I feel like it would sound good.
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#5
Quote by XxDre09xX
the one that's in the right key


This plus some nice sounding 'outside' notes like the b5 and major sixth in a minor context.
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#6
I like soloing in each key for their unique scalar attributes and runs, like E of course, so you can pedal on one of the E strings or play in an open E blues scale. I really like C for its box position fairly far up the neck but still comfortable, but I think I like G the best for blues. You get a nice meaty sound when playing it in third position.
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#7
I use the C for some fast stuff, but i play the G blues when i feel like a slow tempo improv.