#1
usually I will play a lead and will end up in the same two or three places. Here is a progression I would Like to have help with lead over, It starts on the a5th power chord that u hit once then slide up a whole step to the b 5th power chord which u hit a couple times than go to d5th power chord and slide down a half step to the c#5th power chord than g5th power chord and f#5power chord. What scales could I use and where could i play give me some tips
#3
memorize the noste of the guitar and positions and learn key signatures
#4
Pentatonic?
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thats a pretty good video on soloing tho
It is, but I was referring to the fact the he's sent me PMs explaining why he refuses to read anything about theory.
#7
usually I will play a lead and will end up in the same two or three places
As in two or three positions? That still covers most of the guitar's range.

What scales could I use and where could i play give me some tips

It seems to me like your progression is in B minor, so you could play the B minor scale (which covers the entire neck).
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usually I will play a lead and will end up in the same two or three places. Here is a progression I would Like to have help with lead over, It starts on the a5th power chord that u hit once then slide up a whole step to the b 5th power chord which u hit a couple times than go to d5th power chord and slide down a half step to the c#5th power chord than g5th power chord and f#5power chord. What scales could I use and where could i play give me some tips


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#9
well you could practice playing scales accross the neck as well as the basic shapes. that way you will know how to play through a scale and move about on the neck. learn how to connect all the positions together. try to think of the neck as one big box shape and not a bunch of smaller ones. it helps me.
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+1

ive learnt more from bgc and her sig than theory books

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