#2
its blues in G, so i'd probably end up soloing with a G blues scale.
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#3
just use the G minor pentatonic/blues scale
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#4
Knowlege and practice of that knowledge. Have a good hold of your basic scales. No one can do that for you, you need to woodshed and come back when you are ready, eith the material and information under your fingers. You might also learn and improvise using smaller fragments, if youre on your own and dont have a teacher to assist you in your musical development

Pent and blues scales for you if you are just starting out. Do a lot of listening to blues as well to hear what sounds good. Keep an open mind.

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