#3
Well, when you're listening to the backing guitars, hum the solo. Then put it on guitar. Not note for note, but like something along the lines of that.
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#4
Death Metal solos never sound good unless the music is slowed down a few bps.

Try this

For solos and leads, death metal guitarists often do employ the diminished scale, as well as the harmonic minor. And if you ever run out of ideas, just start ripping minor triads across the neck. Harmonic majors and minors sound good with a lot of metal songs. As do the Aeolian, Ionian, and Phrygian modes.
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Death Metal solos never sound good unless the music is slowed down a few bps.



Are you kidding? some death metal solos are just awsome....check out the Miasma solo by Black Dahlia Murder (its at 230 bps too)
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