#2
really quick way, use power chords from the notes in the scale you use. I.e the fret that you use in the scale is the root.
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#3
Well... kinda need to know what the melody is for me to suggest chords and a scale
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really? here it is.... hahaha.



i'd try somthing along the lines of:

Csusb4 Fsus#4add9 Gmin#3
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i'd try somthing along the lines of:

Csusb4 Fsus#4add9 Gmin#3


Fail; it's Fsus#11add9.
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#9
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Well... kinda need to know what the melody is for me to suggest chords and a scale


That's dumb. The TS is asking how to find chords to fit a chord progression, not for some artard on the internet to suggest some.

All I can suggest is to look at which notes fall on the down beats and use chords which contain those notes eg. if you have a 4/4 bar with a C being played on beat 1 and an A being played on beat 3 you might want to play an F major chord over it. Alternatively you could play C maj for half a bar and A min for half a bar. There are loads of different possibilities so do as much experimenting and playing about as you can. You don't need to use chord tones on the downbeats but it might be good to stick to doing it like this until you get more proficient at it.

Obviously you need to know what the tonic is so you know where to resolve to. I'd also suggest learning about cadences and chord substitution.