#1
Hi ppl, I was wondering on what scale is based the solo in Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix and can you also explain me how can I find the scale of a solo. Thanks .
#3
I concur... Eminor pentatonic (with the b5 to make it blues).

As for the other question, do a search.
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#4
Quote by redwing_suck
I concur... Eminor pentatonic (with the b5 to make it blues).

As for the other question, do a search.

I was close, I supposed G major.
I'll do a search then, thx
#7
Quote by kirbyrocknroll
Look at the chords under the solo as well as the solo itself.

In hey joe there's C above the notes where the solo starts, but it isn't in C (it's in Em).
#8
What is the chord progression under the solo?

The starting note/chord doesn't always determine the key.
#9
well the note the chord starts isnt what matter, its finding the key centers (or the note that all the chords have in common) in that way you can find the key of solo
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#11
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In hey joe there's C above the notes where the solo starts, but it isn't in C (it's in Em).

that C chord is safely within the key of Eminor.
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