#1
our new song is a ballad style song and i dont know which key the solo is meant to be played in.

the chords for the song are Aminor C G and Eminor.

i improvised a solo which i love but not all the notes are in the minor key so im trying to figure out which key the solo is best played in so can figure out which notes need to be changed.
Gear:

Gibson lpj
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul 1960's Tribute Plus
Schecter s-1
Marshall JCM900 100WATT HEAD
Fender mustang 1
Dunlop Crybaby
Danelectro Distortion
Tanglewood exotic electro acoustic
Westfield Bass
#3
ah cheers

was just trying to figure out what notes of it are in key, i know some good accidentals can make a song but i think a certain section using more major stuff, ill go through it and check
Gear:

Gibson lpj
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul 1960's Tribute Plus
Schecter s-1
Marshall JCM900 100WATT HEAD
Fender mustang 1
Dunlop Crybaby
Danelectro Distortion
Tanglewood exotic electro acoustic
Westfield Bass
#4
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You can play that solo in A minor. If you have some notes that are not in the key don't worry, accidentals can often add a nice flavor.


+1

those chords indicate that youre in the key of a minor, so just go with that! also, if you love the sound of the solo regardless of whether you played the right notes, it doesnt matter. "right" notes are just theory, not rules.
#5
right, A minor.

you could use minor, minor pentatonic, or minor blues.
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#6
nah i mean i love the solo but listening back a few notes sound out of place.

im just havin a play about to see what i like better before a finalise the rough mix.
Gear:

Gibson lpj
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul 1960's Tribute Plus
Schecter s-1
Marshall JCM900 100WATT HEAD
Fender mustang 1
Dunlop Crybaby
Danelectro Distortion
Tanglewood exotic electro acoustic
Westfield Bass