#1
Hello UG.

It would be great if you could identify what scales these solos / riffs from from. I want to start improvising and practising solos in the same scale

NOTE: The following are in Drop B tuning.

(after where it says 6/8 at 130bpm I'm sure the scale changes)
http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/b/bring_me_the_horizon/i_used_to_make_out_with_medusa_solo_tab.htm

This too,
http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/b/bring_me_the_horizon/off_the_heezay_tab.htm
(Last 4, outro tapping and solo)

Also,


-----------17--13------------------|
-------------------15--------------|
-----------------------14~---------|
-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|
--0--0-----------------------------|


--------------------------------------12~----|
----------------------------------14---------|
--------------12--15------12--15-------------|
------12--14----------14---------------------|
--13-----------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------|



-----------17--13------------------|
-------------------15--------------|
-----------------------14~---------|
-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|
--0--0-----------------------------|



-----------------13-17--13------18--13-------------|
--------------15------------15----------15---------|
-----------14-------------------------------15~----|
--------14-----------------------------------------|
--12-15--------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------------|

DROP C:
------------------13h--17p--13----------------|
--------------15----------------15--------------|---
----------14------------------------14----------|---
------15--------------------------------15------|-
--17----------------------------------------17--|--
---------------------------------------------------|-


I am terribly sorry for how messy this looks.

I could have just asked "What scales did BMTH use on Count Your Blessings" but not everyone listens to them, or that album in concrete (by all means, if you know the answer, please tell me).

Thank you very much, and I apologise if any rules have been broken with this thread since I'm new. I've read them but maybe I missed something.
#3
harmonic minor, hungarian minor, natural minor, i know that tell slater used the hungarian minor for a couple of the riffs.