#1
So the Chords are E, B, F#, and something else -____- (can't remember)

what scale would sound best.. i'm looking for something high pitched. to really pump up the crowd and stuff... around 12th fret?
#2
All scales cover the entire fretboard.
Are they power chords, or real chords? (if so, "E" what?)
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#4
Major chords are assumed when you only are given the root note. Those are the major chords of B major, so that works fine, though if it is E B F# ad infinitum in that order you might be better of treating it as E lydian or F# mixolydian (same notes as B Major) depending on how long you are on those chords. B, E, or F# major pentas also might be fine if you are want that kind of sound.
#5
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Major chords are assumed when you only are given the root note. Those are the major chords of B major, so that works fine, though if it is E B F# ad infinitum in that order you might be better of treating it as E lydian or F# mixolydian (same notes as B Major) depending on how long you are on those chords. B, E, or F# major pentas also might be fine if you are want that kind of sound.


When a person asks a question about basic theory, power chords are far more likely.
That said, E lydian or F# mixolydian are unlikely, both because the progression very clearly resolves to B, and because modal progressions in general are rare in popular music.
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