#1
I was wondering...what scale is used in this song...I'm wondering b/c I plan on doing my own solo for it so..thanks in advance...
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#2
Mostly minor pentatonic. You dont have to use the same scale.
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#3
^ is mostly right,if i remember correctly from the tab book i think it switches between E minor and E blues minor (E,G,A,Bb,B,D)
#4
Alright...I was thinking minor pentatonic since that's about all Kirk uses these days.
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#5
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Alright...I was thinking minor pentatonic since that's about all Kirk uses these days.


I've noticed the phygian mode used in a lot of Metallica solo's too.
The Sad but True solo, as well as the Enter Sandman intro were in Locrian, if I remember correctly.
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#6
Enter The Sandman is in Locrian, not sure about SBT.

I think in Outlaw Torn, you could try using the Pentatonic Minor which the obvious first choice.
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