#2
Sounds like A minor pentatonic.
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#3
Quote by TheStig1214
Sounds like A minor pentatonic.


Thank you for the response. I'm going to give that scale a whirl here in a minute.
#4
I would say A blues because it uses the tritone pretty heavily.

But yeah, a scale isn't really going to give you a certain sound. It is more about how you use the scale. The vast majority of rock solos use the minor pentatonic scale and still they sound pretty different.

The sound also has a lot to do with the chords in the background. The chord progression behind the solo is A5-Eb5. The feeling also has to do with the background - it has heavy drumming and heavy distortion and the tempo is pretty slow. There's more to music than just the scale you are using.
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#5
Quote by MaggaraMarine
I would say A blues because it uses the tritone pretty heavily.

But yeah, a scale isn't really going to give you a certain sound. It is more about how you use the scale. The vast majority of rock solos use the minor pentatonic scale and still they sound pretty different.

The sound also has a lot to do with the chords in the background. The chord progression behind the solo is A5-Eb5. The feeling also has to do with the background - it has heavy drumming and heavy distortion and the tempo is pretty slow. There's more to music than just the scale you are using.


Where would a5-eb5 be if i was playing in D tuning?