kimanistar
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Join date: Jan 2011
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#1
I noticed when I'm soloing I'm using the 1st and 4 positions of min pentatonic and mostly the e-b-g strings.Am I doing to little?
Junior#1
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Join date: Oct 2007
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#2
There's no such thing as too little, but if you learn to use the whole fretboard, you will get more out of your solos.
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steven seagull
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Join date: Oct 2006
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#3
What positions and strings you're using is irrelevant, doesn't mean anything, doesn't matter one bit.

What DOES matter is the sound you're making - so, ask yourself this question

When you solo are YOU happy with the music that comes out?
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KingEuphoric
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Join date: Jul 2010
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#5
Quote by steven seagull
What positions and strings you're using is irrelevant, doesn't mean anything, doesn't matter one bit.

What DOES matter is the sound you're making - so, ask yourself this question

When you solo are YOU happy with the music that comes out?


That's some deep sh*t there Aristotle.

In all seriousness though, it's not too little but the more you know the less limited you'll be. And ya, it should sound good