#1
What scale is the Mr. crowley solos build on?
I got down the chorus and verse, now im working on the beginning, and the solo, so i wonder what scale the solo is build on, so i can improvise alittle etc. =)


Thanks, to those whom answers!!
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#3
Nice, thanks!
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#4
How long have you been playing? You should really be able to figure this out...
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#5
How do you figure this out? I'm not to good at music theory, but I'm working on it.
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#6
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How long have you been playing? You should really be able to figure this out...

I noticed some minor in there, but i've only been playing for 10 months, and i started learning scales about 4 months or something.
I come from norway, here Minor is called "Moll".
Getting better though
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#7
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How do you figure this out? I'm not to good at music theory, but I'm working on it.


See, this is where I am a bit confused. Just for fun before reading the thread I tried to figure it out. At first I thought the first chord is in the key of Bb (isn't it?). Then, thought of the main riff which was only a half step down from the E scale, so I knew it was D.

How can you tell if it is minor or major?
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#8
1st i see the mood of the song, then experiment the root, throw in some licks, voila, you get your scale. D minor's relative is Fb major, you can experiment with modes once you find the root.
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