#1
Does anyone have any advice for learning how to play this solo up to speed over time? I have been just learning the song from lick library and would appreciate any advice on how to get faster at the first solo. I would appreciate any advice, especially from those have learned the song and know how difficult it is.
#2
when i learned it, i took the tempo down REALLLY SLOW and tried to learn it piece by piece.
It a hard ass solo, but i think you can pull it off.
Also, whenever i cant play a lick, i usally resort to tapping it out, its cheap, yes ill admit it, but it works
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#4
practice practice practice, try playing the easier solo (whether it be first or second etc.) than move on to the harder one.

I know for a fact the first solo is a lot easier.
There is also a break in the first solo after the break is the other half of the solo, it is alot easier to play that part, learn that!
#5
This is one of my favorite solos of all time. learning this solo depends on a few factors
1.Do u read music or tab
2.Do u want to learn it exactly the way Randy Rhoads played it or would u like to play it in a way that sounds like yourself, but as an extension of yourself with Randy's influence.

When i was learning this solo i broke it down and figured out the scales and licks he was using in the song, then i would practice whatever was needed to do those licks like legato and repetitive phasing and such. Make sure to play with a metronome and listening to the song at the same time would help, But most importantly , use your ears. If something doesn't sound right then u need to work on it. If u read tab, remember that u don't have to follow the tab like color-by-number. Try doing some lick in different positions that suit u better