#2
song is tuned to eb solo is in eb minor hexatonic (e minor pentatonic position with an added f# (f in the song)
#3
Im gonna Say its Em Pentatonic. IM still new to the whole theory thing but im pretty sure thats what it is.
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#4
Hmmm, so those C#s are out of key?

(14th fret B string, during the pull off run)
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#5
metallica focuses on Em, just listen to every song.., whether if its minor, harmonic or melodic..they stay in the key of Em..Kirk just uses the pitch axis theory..
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Hmmm, so those C#s are out of key?

(14th fret B string, during the pull off run)


nope..hes just using it as a passing tone..it gives some flavor to the usual scale your using for the solo though..
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#7
I'd say a mix between a E Minor and a Harmonic Minor, the 11's on the G are in the Harmonic but the 12's on the D are in Minor, so maybe both?
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#8
So I can just use Eb minor?
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metallica focuses on Em, just listen to every song.., whether if its minor, harmonic or melodic..they stay in the key of Em..Kirk just uses the pitch axis theory..


Sorry for stealing the thread but what is this pitch axis theory
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Pitch Axis Theory is a technique used in constructing chord progressions. The tonic, or root, is used as the bass note, and melodic scales are chosen according to the chords that lie beneath them.


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