#1
and more uplifting. I mostly solo in the blue pentatonic scale and it all sounds really bluesy. I noticed that I'm mostly moving down from the higher strings to the lower strings and from the higher frets to the lower frets. Should I do the opposite and start on the lower sounding strings and move to the higer ones and go from lower frets to higher ones?

I guess what I'm saying is that instead of sounding like "Since I've Been Loving You" solo by Led Zeppelin, I want my solos to sound like something Eddie Van Halen would make (just without the tapping).
#3
Use the major blues scale instead of the minor. Makes it sound happier, at least I think. You hear it in southern rock a lot.
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#5
i always remember this from a Peavey instructional video XD

Major = Happy
Minor = Sad

So try to use major scalse instead of minor
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#6
Quote by stebbic
i always remember this from a Peavey instructional video XD

Major = Happy
Minor = Sad

So try to use major scalse instead of minor


...not really...

The mood set in by your playing depends on your phrasing.
#7
Quote by sum_ugly_man
...not really...

The mood set in by your playing depends on your phrasing.


Im not very good at theory, i just remembered this thought it was kinda funny then.
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Ibanez RG2550E
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