#1
this is the first time i have ever really tried to do something like this
been listening to scale the summit,caligula's horse and such and i was inspired to give it a shot

i have only really just started i might have to repeat the last part once more to conclude that section
but i don't know much about changing key often to keep it going smoothly and change the emotion through every change (obviously what i wanted to do) can you guys help me out with relevant key changes please
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#2
It's pretty good, though I think you should perhaps try to focus more on harmonisation with the main melody rather than an all out lead solo. I think with a more a melodic build up, you'd find that putting in a super fast sweep would sound more impressive, as atm, it sounds like a sweep for the sake of sweeping.
Overall though, it's a good first effort and there's nothing that jars or clashes, you've definitely written something that could turn out well if you play around with it.
#3
Also, to change key, you want to be going from the root to the relative minor (which is sort of a key change) or going to the dominant major. Sorry key changes aren't my forte, but you can instead just use accidentals to add a more classical or emotional sound, or whichever accidental you use, you could stay in that position and it would be a key change.