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Tilikidis  
31 Oct 2007 18:27 | Quote
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when soloing in the "A" blues scale(key of A) can one get away with jumping to another key?
Tilikidis  
31 Oct 2007 18:30 | Quote
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..........or jumping to another scale in the key of A????
Guitarslinger124  
31 Oct 2007 22:35 | Quote
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yea, thats what modes are for... this is touchy topic for me to discuss (check out the thread call-"shouldnt work but does")....A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are all the notes in the key of A minor, and that is because Am is the relative minor to C major. You can play those notes anywhere on the fret board...however A blues and A minor are two different things:
A minor-


E:-5-7-8-(A, B, C)
B:-5-6-8-(E, F, G)
G:-4-5-7-(B, C, D)
D:-5-7---(G, A)
A:-5-7-8-(D, E, F)
E:-5-7-8-(A, B, C)

A blues-


E:-5-8---(A, C)
B:-5-8---(E, G)
G:-5-7-8-(C, D, D#)
D:-5-7---(G, A)
A:-5-6-7-(D, D#, E)
E:-5-8---(A, C)

what ever scale you are using, you can play the notes in that scale anywhere on the fret board. I would suggest that you check out Afro's lesson on modes...hope ive helped...
bodom  
1 Nov 2007 08:04 | Quote
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What chords are you soloing over? Basicly the chords you are playing should help guide you to what notes you should/could play.
tAUG  
2 Nov 2007 10:03 | Quote
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Well, when soloing blues you can add some notes and remove some depending over which chord you are playing at the time. Also it sometimes sound good to play in e.g. the D blues scale a few notes when you play over the D chord etc. Because alot of the notes exists in the different scales.
Guitarslinger124 says:
check out the thread call-"shouldnt work but does")

That is a good idea I think.

tAUG
Tilikidis  
2 Nov 2007 19:09 | Quote
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thanks for the input people


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