#1
I'm writing a solo (in the key G#minor) for one of my songs and im trying to link two licks i have together. i have this lick based on a G#m arpeggio that comes back down an E and i'd like to add something in to transition to G#m pentatonic for a bluesy feel. I was thinking maybe i could add in another arpeggio that has a B in it and move up to the postition i want to be in to link the pentatonic lick. Anyone got any ideas for an arpeggio to use to transition? or.. should i just try to form the E around landing on a b (because thats where my pentatonic lick begins)? i'm having a little trouble trying to explain exactly what i want to do but maybe someone could understand and throw a suggestion my way.

thanks in advance.
#2
you might want to try cutting each of your licks in half, then splicing them together after that.
either that, or play the same lick but a 5th above, then play the second lick in normal positions.
#3
well the 5th above sounds terrible and the splicing them wont work because the arpeggio is filling up space untill the chord progression comes back around to land on a G#5.