#1
I'm trying out to play guitar in my schools musical in a week or two, and I need to play something in the audition that sounds good without any other accompaniment, and has some degree of difficulty. Any suggestions?
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#2
Arch enemy - intermezzo liberte
- snow bound
- time capsule

Children of bodom - vivaldi's sumer theme (cover)

it's all instrumental songs, so it should sound good only with one guitar
#3
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#4
bush - glycerin
plus 44 - no it isn't

these were the first songs that came to my mind...
#5
Riviera Paradise -SRV

Since I've Been Loving You -Led Zeppelin

Blues For Narada -Gary Moore

Cut It Out -Gary Moore
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#7
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Arch enemy - intermezzo liberte
- snow bound
- time capsule

Children of bodom - vivaldi's sumer theme (cover)

it's all instrumental songs, so it should sound good only with one guitar


time capsule and snowbound sound awesome but aren't hard, Intermezzo isn't extremely difficult either but it does take some effort to get it right, but it sounds awesome


same for the vivaldi one


so I suppose plus 1 to this guy
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#8
nothing else matters, cut out the verses though
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#9
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Why dont you get some backing tracks and play them through an amp using an mp3 player?
theres loads of websites where you can get them free, and its much better than playing just solo guitar.



yeah i forgot to mention this in my post

i played a piece using a backing track and it went down quite well.
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#10
Rock and roll by Led Zeppelin.
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