#1
Ok, so I have this crazy awesome (well, I think it's crazy awesome) rhythm guitar part, but I need a crazy lead guitar part too. But I want the lead to be like licks or riffs or whatever, and I want to know how to make a crazy awesome solo to back it all up. My song is in the key of A minor, and I wanna play off an A minor pentatonic. I probably said something wrong there, but I'm no music theory genius.
Anyway, my question is, how can I make some good sounding lead guitar track for my song if I'm using the A minor pentatonic scale? And don't go all smarty pants music on me, I'm not very good at it at this point in time. Haha. Thanks!
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#2
Emphasize the notes of the chords you're playing over.
Have some theme and variation.
Build up to a climax.

Make a backing track and improvise over it for a while until you find something good.
#3
blue strat basically said everything you need to know.
some more suggestions: listen to bands/styles you like. It may not be the most original thing in the world, but it can get the creative juices flowing.