#1
what would be a good scale to solo over these chords, G major-->D major-->A minor-->C major

When you jam around and arpeggiate chords, do you normally just mess around with the pick in the chord/triad shape or do you actually really think out how and what to play over that specific chord...(this applies no arpeggiating only, NOT SOLOING.)
#2
G major - it's the same chord progression as Knocking on Heaven's Door.
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#3
well.. those chords revolve around the key signature of G Major... so that would be your scale to follow.. G Major

A minor or C major would work too... but because the progression starts on G major... that might sound better
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#4
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G major - it's the same chord progression as Knocking on Heaven's Door.



Aww what the fuck....ehh whatever
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I think he was saying **** because its the same chords.
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#8
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I think he was annoyed to find out his particular chord procession is used in a famous song.

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#9
If one gets disappointed every time they find out a good sounding chord progression is already used in another song they had better get set for a lot of disappointment.
Arpeggios are mostly found in the triad "shape" but not always. For example
A|---2--5---
E|3---------

is an arpeggiated G major. If you are arpeggiating chords try inversions too.
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If one gets disappointed every time they find out a good sounding chord progression is already used in another song they had better get set for a lot of disappointment.

Besides, if you do something interesting with or over the progression, it's still going to be good music.
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It wasn't directed towards you, sorry about that