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Sorry, I'm sure this question has been asked a lot but, what scale would be BEST in your guys' oppinions to play for a nice little solo as the bridge of my song for a chord progression of G/D/C/E? Any suggestions to spice it up also? Thanks a lot...
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#2
c scale in whatever way you want, i personally would solo in the pentatonic minor blues c scale or lydian c scale
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a what now in what??
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i would do G major
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I'd use a blues scale in G.
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Yeah you're right but if it's acoustic i would do it in the G Blues-scale. Because G is so deep...i can't describe it^^
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G major or G major pentatonic.
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#9
i actuall played g mixolydian over it and it sounds awesome

but theres a ton of different scales you could use here

its all up to your ear
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#10
It's in G major up to the Emaj chord which has a G# in it. if a G note sounds out over this chord, try switching the G notes you play to G#, or avoid Gs alltogether. whatever you like there i geuss
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c scale in whatever way you want, i personally would solo in the pentatonic minor blues c scale or lydian c scale

Care to explain? Are you hearing this progression resolve to the C chord?

It's Gmajor up until you hit the E chord. Make the E chord minor and you'll be all in one key (G major), but you could just keep the E chord major and avoid G's when it's playing.
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