#1
It seems when I play guitar and just improvise some solo I'm allways running around in the same scale, playing the same things over and over again.

Sometimes I tell myself; now you're gonna avoid using any of the notes you normally use, but I end up ripping in the pentatonic scale (usually in A)

What can I do to avoid playing like that? When I do band practise and the guys ask me to play a solo to a number they've written I end up playing the same solo that I played for the last 3 numbers, but in a different key.

Technically I don't think theres a problem. I mean, sweeping do trouble me a little, but two handed tapping and fast picking isn't a problem.

P.S : The genre I play in is kinda like hard rock, or metal, but not really heavy metal, just rock, hard rock, and metal
#2
tut tut, you've been taking herman ri's advice

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#3
Practice more scales and keys. If you use box shapes alot, learning major and minor scales should be easy. Even just moving a penatonic box to different positions and playing out of that should help.
#4
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#6
You're just going through the same motions over and over - you need stop following familiar patterns and actually start thinking about what you're playing and listening to what comes out.
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