#1
Why use the scales? why not just learn the arpeggios for each chord and
solo with those? Not sweeping but play the notes in the arpeggios
like you would the scales
#3
One of the only /threads that deserves the /thread

3 notes vs more...
#4
Quote by Macabre_Turtle
Because it's limiting.

/thread.
+1 the thread should have ended on that post, but trolls like me GerGuam just had to reply.

You should probably use a consonant-ish note on strong beats, but you can use almost any note on weak beats (except direct m2 harmonies). Strangely, the more theory I've learned (lulz S<@l3z) the more chromatic my improvisation.
#5
Quote by newguitars08
Why use the scales? why not just learn the arpeggios for each chord and
solo with those? Not sweeping but play the notes in the arpeggios
like you would the scales

Because the notes of the chords/arpeggos are derived from and explained by the scale.
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#6
Quote by newguitars08
Why use the scales? why not just learn the arpeggios for each chord and
solo with those? Not sweeping but play the notes in the arpeggios
like you would the scales


If you just play the note of each chord it might sound good some of the time, but you're not going to create any tension and resolution in your melody. It's all going to sound very harmonious, which is fine if you're going for that, but it might not be that interesting to listen to all the time.