I've noticed that many of the acoustic songs I've learned, or am learning, are in the key of G major. I've always liked the sound of an electric guitar soloing over acoustic rhythm, ala Melissa by the Allman Brothers. I'd like to solo over some of the G major progressions for my songs and want to get my ear a bit used to the "major" lead sound (specifically in the key of G), as I typically have only used minor pentatonic to lead. I know I can use the G minor pentatonic over a G progression, but I'm really interested in focusing on just that "major" sound for now. I'm having a hard time finding good lead examples in G major, though. The best one I've found is Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight" where he's definitely soloing strictly in the major scale (he seems to hit all the G major notes except the F#). Basically, do any of you guys know of any good songs with leads using G major that you can suggest I go and check out? Thanks very much in advance. LS.