#1
ok i no im gonna get busted 4 this but why do i need to learn a whole bunch of scales for soloing instead of just 5 or six???
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#2
same as chords, more you know, the better you are
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#3
You don't. You can get away perfectly well with knowing one scale as long as you know it well.

The major scale, when you understand it, is EVERYTHING you need.
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#4
Most guitarists will stick to the major, minor and penatonic scales while soloing. Note that you may be confusing different scales with the same scale at different positions on the guitar.
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#5
Who told you that? Most AC/DC songs are in Am. Most Guns n' Roses songs are in Em. If you learn one scale, you can transcribe a song to that or move up the scale pattern.
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