#1
Hey UGers. I was just messin' around on my keyboard, and I made this: http://download.yousendit.com/079E00B664035A2A.
I tried soloing over it in a regular G minor pentatonic, and it sounded good. But I was just wondering if any other scales would would suit it better. Btw, I'm soloing over the verse (first bit).
-Taidgh
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#2
Anyone?
-Taidgh
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#4
It's played in the minor key. And that doesn't answer my question anyway. I asked which scale, not which key.
-Taidgh
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#6
K then.
-Taidgh
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-Hunter S. Thompson
#7
What are the chord changes? Just solo in G natural minor and outline chord tones when there are chord changes. Chord tones being the notes played in the chords like the root, 3rd, 5th im sure u know that. then just add passing notes.
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Last edited by ]InYourHonour[ at Sep 21, 2006,
#8
Cheers. I'll try G natural minor. And I always make sure that I outline chord's root notes during chord changes.
-Taidgh
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-Hunter S. Thompson
#9
G harmonic minor.
G natural minor.
G blues minor.
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