#1
i dont want to learn any new spanish songs, i already know enough, but i cant seem to find that sound when i want to solo or write, but manly i want to have that sound when i play metal and jazz music, i want my solos to sound spanish or metal, but i play jazz music in school, and during our concerts i would like to solo and change my sound like have it be different from the other jazz musicians at our school

does anyone know how i can make or find a spanish sound in my playing?

any scales, suggestions?
thank you
#2
There's the Phrygian mode. It's very spanish-y. It's the 3rd mode of the major scale, in other words, play C Major starting on E.

The scale "formula" is 1 b2 b3 4 5 b6 b7.
Can someone check that? I'm not sure that's right.
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#3
Use Phrygian Dominant scale, 1 b2 3 4 5 b6 b7

In particular, for chord progressions, start playing some chords in, for example, A minor. Then, resolve those chords to an E major chord. That gives that spanish, phrygian dominant feeling really well.
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