#1
Alright, before anyone laughs,

i'n having some trouble with soloing. i mean in a certain sense i'm lost.

I'm memorizing my minor pentatonic scales, i know a little theory, but what else should i be learning?

Maybe you could give me a timeline of what to learn?
"You know honestly, i don't see myself getting any faster. I mean, you can only hear so much."
-Eddie Van Halen
#2
Get some backing tracks and solo over them.
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#3
Theory: All the notes on the fretboard, the intervallic construction of scales you want to use, choosing a scale to use over a chord progression.

Technique: Legato playing (hammer ons, pull offs, slides), speed picking (economy or alternate, or better yet, both), artificial harmonics, sweeps if that's your thing.

A lot of this is obviously dependant on what style of music you play.
#4
Cool thanks
"You know honestly, i don't see myself getting any faster. I mean, you can only hear so much."
-Eddie Van Halen
#5
learn arpeggios ( maj7, min7, dim, aug) , all the modes, and discover new melodic sensibilities (string skipping/playing random notes and trying to make it sound right)

p.s don't rip off other solos while soloing and if you want mess around with Hungarian, Persian, whole tone, and chromatic scales
Durka