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Asked by KEVIN on 1999-12-28
I understand these scales, but when and where can they be used appropriately? I am basically a rhythm guitarist, but I want to know what scales to use over what scales. I know it is an impossible question to answer, but any direction will be appreciated......great lessons..
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Answer posted by Troy on 2000-01-05
I would suggest going to the link I have provided in this reply. I too play rhythm guitar but I do enjoy ripping through a good solo now and then. To improvise/solo it is very important to understand what key you are playing in and then play notes from the scale/pattern that match the key. This is explained in great detail with graphics of the fretboard and the matching scales/pattern for a particular key at the GuitarWeb site. Good Luck!!!! Here is the link: http://www.guitarweb.com/

Answer posted by biff on 2004-02-01
if you know what key you are in, you can use the appropriate scale, to either solo, or to make up a riff- say with power chords

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