#1
ok, i ahev been playing gutiar fer almost a half a year and i am jstu wondering wat some good scales are for metal songs, because near all of the major ones dont really fit in or sound very metal when i paly fast and stuff.
#2
Aeolian, Lydian, Harmonic minor, Diminished.

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#3
Major and minor pentatonic scales
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#4
natural minor, harmonic minor, locrain, crazy egyptian stuff with minor thirds

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#7
Well I hate to be th first but... Pentatonic Minor, but i would focus on Lydian and other modes rather then Pent. though pentatonic is usefull in a pinch...
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#8
I need some metal scales too. I can't seem to find them and the ones on UG just confuse me, I just want tabs and no words exept if there showing me tips on how to play.
#9
^I used to have this site bookmarked that was like that. You picked the key and the scale. It had just about every scale you've heard of, and 5,000,000 that you haven't heard of. Very easy to use and read.

I'll see if I still have it.

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^I used to have this site bookmarked that was like that. You picked the key and the scale. It had just about every scale you've heard of, and 5,000,000 that you haven't heard of. Very easy to use and read.

I'll see if I still have it.

This?

http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php

I use it religously. Mainly because I can only seem to remember the scale patterns, and not where the rest of the notes lie on the fretboard.
#12
I prefer phrygian mode, but thats just my opinion, i sometimes use diminished.
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#13
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This?

http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php

I use it religously. Mainly because I can only seem to remember the scale patterns, and not where the rest of the notes lie on the fretboard.


thats good, or for people with guitar pro that has a scale finder as well that is very complete
#15
That happened to me too, i just came on UG and looked up a load of pantera solos, it gave me loads of new ideas.

At the minute im using a Spanish Gypsy Scale which I kinda made up by ear but it sounds awesome with metal. I just found it on the all-guitar-chords site, click here for it thats in D btw.
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#16
Minor pentatonic and minor harmonic. Natural minor is okay too.
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#17
thanx everyone for giving me great info, cept that one guy who told me i shud spell better, to u go die