#1
So I'm starting to look into the major/minor scale patterns in order to use them in solo playing. Do any of you know any solos, that might be interesting to learn in the blues rock genre? In the major or minor scale of course.

EDIT: Not pentatonic, the 7 tonal scales.
Last edited by RiffsanBridges at Mar 27, 2012,
#2
Lots of (at least some) Gary Moore is based around the E Minor pentatonic if that helps

edit: if I remember correctly
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Last edited by barnesybaby at Mar 27, 2012,
#3
you could try "since i've been loving you" by zeppelin, thats all minor pentatonic and also its amazing! Make sure its the version from how the west was won.
#4
Honestly, pretty much ALL of them

The Santana version of Black Magic Woman is a fun one to play around with
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#5
You're describing pretty much every solo ever made.
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