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well this is a bit to get into with a message but here are a few tips. -chord progressions work for a reason. it is because of something we music geeks call pitch tendancy. like the tendancy of the V to go to I or ii to V. Because of this think of each chord as an area to work in. All the piches in the chord give you possible places to rest in your phrasing. But it is the notes in between , that fall ito the cracks, and how you use those notes ,that make you tastefull. – To get a better feel of this look at two of the chords you are going between. See where al the pitches start in the first and resolve to in the second. -dont be afraid to play notes not in scale. Marty Friedman is god, and he is all over the damn place. -if you need some specifics. get a book by a freind of mine. "Mean Gene’s metal lead" or somthing like that . Gene is a good guy, and the book has a lot of good advice. KEEP PLAYING!!!