#1
Hey UG


Just a quick question, which im sure many of you have asked at some point;

Im Quite possibly addicted to my guitar. But life is life and you gotta deal with other problems first.

More to the point; Obviously the more you play guitar, you are able to play longer, more complex songs and solos. Im not interested in very heavy metal / black metal, and im struggling to find songs which are challenging or have many interesting parts. Im learning music theory, and i was wondering, Are there any tab books that are for higher intermediate players? Or any other reccomendations.


Thanks,

J
#2
dude, just play what u listen to, im absolutely sure that there are tabs on UG for damn near everything. so just find sumthing that sounds cool to you and decide u wanna learn it. im learning the glass prison by dream theater and technical difficulties by paul gilbert, but thats me, they sounded fun so i learned em.
#3
Example of something you do find challenging? Or atleast used find a challenge (recently) so we can get an idea of what to suggest next
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#4
You don't need tab books.

Continue to practice what you currently do as to not get 'rusty', and continue to learn music theory.

I have a book or two I'd recommend if you were far along enough in music theory, although I won't because they won't be of really any use to you right now.
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of you...


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#6
well i also work on my speed and i think thats another thing thats worth working on weather u play blues or death metal. work on some scales, and u can pick some parts out in some songs u wanna play so its still fun, i mean u dont have to learn every song from a-z. play what u want but u have to practice on some thing difficunt for u on ur level to get better.

find inspiration in the music
break on through
#7
Sultans of swing . The only song which ive tried which i havent managed to finish. The rhythm of it throws me lol. but as an idea for most of the time ive been plying, nearly 2 years and more often than not 2 1/2 or 3 hours a day.
#8
go for old megadeth songs...
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#9
Speed Mechanics for lead guitar by troy stetina is a great workbook, challenging stuff like flight of the bumble bee and some classical songs also included. The more you put in, the more you get out
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