#1
Here I am, stuck again, using wierd chords is a bad thing to do.

I got a E chord, a G6add9 and an A in kind of a blues shuffle

E E G6add9 A G6add9
0 0 x
0 0 2
1 0 2
2 0 2
2 x 0
0 6 x

I've looked and looked, I can't find a scale to work with it, have you guys ever come across this problem?
#2
when the e chord is played play some kind of e run? play a g run with g6add9 and an a run with teh a chord and progress up to something and add some bends, can be easy depending on how fast the song is, but its blues so just wank around and add nice catchy phrases.

I just played those chords, and fit an E minor pentatonic to it easily.
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#4
Yeah E Blues scale should solve your problem unless you're looking for something more exotic
#5
I should probably reask my question, or restate it, how would you figure out what scales go best with wierd chords?
#6
list the notes in each chord, and find scales that have as many of those notes in them a possible, or just try waht sounds good (if it sounds atonal, your playing jazz lol)