#1
Which scale would i use to solo over...

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-5---------5--------5\4------------------------------
-3-3333-3-3333-3\2--2--------2---------4/5----
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Link to scale would be nice
#3
Bm / D major

this is basic music theory, you should definitely check the theory sticky in this forum
#4
C/B/E/G

Find out what key you are in (Hint it has no sharps or flats)

Then come back and tell us if its metal and its played fast or if its jazz and is played in triplets or its just pop punk and is played rythymically.

And when you do the response will either be

-You tell me its your song
- Write your own damn music
- YOU GOTZA PLAY WITH F33LING MAAAN!!
#5
Yes it's metal and played fast. I'm just asking because i don't know theory and have no idea which scale to use.
#7
Wow just checked my profile, i have no clue why it says im 9. I didn't even enter my birthday
#8
Em Blues would be the best scale over that. It's just a typical metal riff, which isn't an insult to your creativity, but it follows a lot of the standard conventions of thrash.
#9
Quote by RedFez64
C/B/E/G

Find out what key you are in (Hint it has no sharps or flats)

Then come back and tell us if its metal and its played fast or if its jazz and is played in triplets or its just pop punk and is played rythymically.

And when you do the response will either be

-You tell me its your song
- Write your own damn music
- YOU GOTZA PLAY WITH F33LING MAAAN!!

Actually, it has an F#, so you're wrong.


TS, the key looks to be Em. Use an Em blues scale.