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with an on the fly solo i find that basing it around the standard pentatonics really helps, from there you can slip in and out of modes/scales or whatever whenever you like. i find it helps create a fluid supply of melodies
It's funny that you tagged this question in 'technique', because that's obviously not your problem. I think your technique is far ahead of your ears. Once you learn advanced techniques, that involve fast playing, it's hard to go back and improvise slowly, note by note. But that's what you need to do in my opinion. Get some ear training software (like this ...
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