#2
He plays in the key of holiness.

His playing makes angels come to orgasm by crying.

Seriously.


to avoid getting warned: I honestly have no idea even though I know countless Gilmour solos, it's all over the fretboard and I'm not good enough to be able to identify it that well.
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#3
dunno, can you get name of songs so we can search and tell you ? 'cause there are a load of scales he could have used, Pink Floyd is quite complex in it's musicality, I doubt they limited their range to the major scale.
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#4
All of the solos i have heard (especially from the wall) were really blues-inspired, so try to look up some blues lessons and scales. otherwise, learn some of his stuff, and try to do similar stuff to it.
#5
Lot of pentatonic scales, because he's really just a blues soloist.
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#6
im talking about like comfterbly numb, time etc.
the powerful feeling filled solos.
sorry my bad not to list songs, that was dumb
#7
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that Comfortably Numb is straight-up pentatonic playing, with a few passing tones here and there. He's just really really good at using the pentatonic.
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