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what scales would give me metal sound? Lots of metal players stick to the natural minor scale it a scale that just about any sound fits. I tend to aim for the root notes or the 3rd and 5th. For example If I was playing E5 or power I would aim for E been the root note, B or G all of which fits in to this chord.
which modes are my options? This all depends on what you want from the mode I know it sounds daft but if you look at the lessons already done on modes this should give you some idea of how they work and what they work with. Mixolydian I like and also Dorian sounds good but it all down to what you are basing your chords around
any techniques I should incorporate? Pull off and hammer ons are a good start pinch harmonic are great makes the guitar scream, Up and down picking as well. The aim really is base once more what you think sounds good however repeated little bits of a solo can make things interesting or miss a few notes out as well.
Hope this has given some help
Metal guitar soloingby brutalriff
how to begin with?
what scales wuld giv me dt metal sound??
which modes r my options?
any techniques i shuld incorporate???
would phrygian be the best mode to solo in metal?
it matters, randy rhoads used the minor scales (dorian, aeolian, phrygian) dorian is 5 frets from the aeolian (minor) scale, phyrgian is 2 from dorian, 7 from aeolian. also phyrigian is inside aeolian.
i meant to say wouldnt not would because the phrygian is the darkest sound mode
what about sweep picking as a technique to be incorperated
it all depends on context, i can play C Ionian and make it sound really dark and eerie. Take a closer look at the notes your playing and the chords in your rhythm to help determine the scale you want to use. sweep picking should be a trick in your arsenal, but dont get intimidated if you cant sweep efficiently.
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