#1
Whats an easy major or minor strict solo to memorize that covrs a good range of frets, to help me keep track of what frets are in my scale, when i start shiftign around the fretboard?


Im really trying to become fluent in keeping track of my notes once i break out of the scale shapes or mode shapes or shift shapes, because though those cover a good range, i usually loose track of my self once i break out of those patterns, and my ear training insnt that good so im not so good on hearing which notes are in my current scale.
#2
Right now all I can think of is the solo in Shook Me All Night Long and Highway to Hell. Simple enough, and cover a few octaves. I would have some much better examples, but I can't seem to think of anything. Sorry .
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In Flames - The Hive

Sounds a lot harder than it really is and I'm pretty sure stays in G Major/E Minor (well their tuning is different but you get the idea). It's really really fun to play too.
#6
Improvise over a simple chord progression. I find it better to learn the scales for a horizontal approach.
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Improvise over a simple chord progression. I find it better to learn the scales for a horizontal approach.


I am doing this now and it worked and sounded cool. Till I realized I was just following around the rhythm and doing very few riffs for dynamic. Then when I try to break from the rhythm and guide myself for a bit before going back it sounds terrible and soul less. Got any recommendations?