#1
I have been playing for 6 years but mostly just messing around but in school I'm taking a class and I'm supposed to solo over different chords but I don't know where to be playing scales anything. Like if it is an f chord where should I be playing a scale for that? thanks for any help
#2
If the chord proggression starts on an F chord you can play the F pentatonic scale If its Fmajor play the F major pentatonic and vicer versa for Minor.

you can also use F major scale and shizz like that, but for the moment just start on Pentatonic.

same if it was in G. solo in the G pentatonic

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#3
You could just forget about scales and start on any of the notes in the F chord and then just play nearby notes that sound correct, eventually you'll just build your own licks around it, it's pretty simple, you'll tend to notice when a note sounds wrong as it will stand out quite a bit.
#4
I'd definitely say start out by just learning the notes in the chord and play those, then branch out to other notes in the scale or add a little flair by doing extra stuff like chromaticizing(word?haha) and adding 7ths and 9ths and all that good stuff.
#5
Quote by YYZ
You could just forget about scales and start on any of the notes in the F chord and then just play nearby notes that sound correct, eventually you'll just build your own licks around it, it's pretty simple, you'll tend to notice when a note sounds wrong as it will stand out quite a bit.


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#6
Quote by crazymanbigman
If the chord proggression starts on an F chord you can play the F pentatonic scale If its Fmajor play the F major pentatonic and vicer versa for Minor.

you can also use F major scale and shizz like that, but for the moment just start on Pentatonic.

same if it was in G. solo in the G pentatonic



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That works! I usally start playing on the 12 fret. I love to start there for some reason.