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Old 2002-08-19, 23:22
atifman atifman is offline
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use the notes of the same octaves of the notes of the riffs you wrote.

and just let it flow man, just write what you feel.

why don't you do like a little brainstorming session. if you have a tape player that records, record the background riff onto one tape. play the tape, and try to improvise a solo over it, with whatever you feel and try to remember what you played later (of if you have 2 tape players record the solo). you'll get plenty of emotion into your solo this way. and just keep brainstorming, later if you recorded it, you could listen to it and pick out the best licks to make a good solo.

and look closely at what other guitarists do in their solos.
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