#1
So when I jam I can't seem to diversify solos in an interesting way. I tend to just play a note that is adjacent to the current note which gets boring but I know its in the same scale. Could someone help on some kind of practice or technique to mix things up? Thanks...here are some samples to let you know what I'm talking about.

Starting at 1:55

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AVhz5ix75o


and this one

http://soundclick.com/share?songid=9220702
#2
i didn't watch the video but change up the position. use the scale in the different part of the neck as slide between them
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#3
I didnt watch the vid either, but Yes. that would be a good idea. Try other patterns for scales, and try experimenting with notes. try using wide intervals and stuff, and just really mix up your playing and note choices.
#4
Watch this: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5777562536751428345#

And damn that band has no idea how to mix at all... if you know them tell them they need to put lead parts higher in the mix, I could barely hear them.
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