#1
Ok so i dont know much theory...I know alot of scales and i know all my notes so...I need help writing some basslines/solos.So i understand that scales r good for making basslines and solos but wen doing this wat do u do with the scale?Do u skip notes and add hammer and so on or wat?Ive played for 5 almost 6 years now and i know it kinda of sounds pathetic that i cant write my own basslines.But i need all ur info on theory and how to make basslines and solos or if u got a good website to learn it at.
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#2
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/bass_lessons/soloing_on_bass_guitar.html

Give that a try for writing solos. It doesn't have a ton of info but it's a nice start.
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#3
You may want to dive into the later pages of the scales lesson Applehead posted a while back:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=519196 as well as the "Beginning on Jazz" thread, which has at least two discussions on improv and building basslines.

A good practice tool is to pick a scale/mode and a drum loop and start improving in the one scale/ mode over the loop. Most people find it easiest to start with the blues and pentatonic scales. Another way is to play call and response. Play a lick and then respond with a like sounding lick in response.