#2
i personally come up with lyrics and the melody of the lyrics first.... than in my mind i come up with a kickass riff... usually just some powerchords... and i think of which chords would fit to the rest of the song... so basicly yeah... it all starts with powerchords (like they say.... first there were dinosaurs, then ramones)...

once you're done with powerchords you can start editing them... i love to put some boogie on some of the chords... example:
instead of

a4.4.4.4
e2.2.2.2

you play

a4.6.4.6
e2.2.2.2

but that's just one way... personally my favorite have fun.. and yeah of you dont understand my point.. go ahead and ask
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how do i write a song in rock music using power chords and which scales do i use


most people string 2, 3, 4 chords together, jam them round and round, and try various melodic things over it till they find something they like...

what chords, what melodic things? whatever sounds good to you
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#4
so i hear minor pentotonic is good for music do i come up with chords then jam with a band and improvise minor pentotonic i think i spelt pentotonic wrong
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so i hear minor pentotonic is good for music do i come up with chords then jam with a band and improvise minor pentotonic i think i spelt pentotonic wrong


They're good for Hendrix type stuff and blues. Also pretty much any type of rock or metal soloing.