#1
Frankenstein By The Edgar Winter Group.
Can anyone play it? I think it would be possible but to get it to sound like ole Edgar does might prove difficult indeed. I have the tab fpr it but it is a monster..
#2
Ye is a cool song

Try to get 'Freak Show Excess' (by Steve Vai) perfectly down.

Near impossible, the phrasing is unique and the time signature changes and sheer speed is amazing.

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#3
I'd say playing both Dragonforce harmonies at the same time could be tricky.


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Ye is a cool song

Try to get 'Freak Show Excess' (by Steve Vai) perfectly down.

Near impossible, the phrasing is unique and the time signature changes and sheer speed is amazing.


I'd die trying to remember all of that.
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#5
If we are including phrasing, anything by Miles Davis.
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How about smoke on the water? That main riff is like... impossible.

But seriously, I have no idea. I haven't heard alot that is out of anyones range. Maybe some MAB stuff, but IDK.



IF you are good at alternate picking you can do his stuff.

Oh ye and sweeps, but he's not that good in sweeping.

Imo getting all the sounds Vai Gets from a guitar takes immense knowledge of what ur guitar is capable of aurally producing.

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