#1
List all the solos that you know how to play, or just your favorites

Most by Iron Maiden, Some by Randy Rhoads (not in any order according to speed)


Maiden - The Trooper, Revelations, Die With Your Boots On, Wasted Years, and Caught Somewhere In Time.

Randy Rhoads - Crazy Train, Mr. Crowley, You Said It All (Recorded live, look it up), I Don't Know.
#2
the newst ones ive learned are Ride The Lightning,Creeping Death,and Jump in the Fire solos
what can i say i like Metallica=)
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#3
I can improve some pretty good solos occasionaly.
I'm not much one for learning them though
#4
all 3 solos in foreplay long time ( )
paranoid
hysteria
stairway
dead star
killing in the name
guerilla radio
testify (whacking the cable against the bridge counts as a solo)
baba o'riley
joker & the thief
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Yamaha F-310
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#5
Children of Bodom - Punch Me I Bleed
Children of Bodom - Are You Dead Yet?
Children of Bodom - Bastards of Bodom
Children of Bodom - Sixpounder
Sonata Arctica - Letter to Dana
Nightwish - Dead Boys Poem
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Wintersun - Death and the Healing (the first solo, not the hard one lol)
Gear List:
B.C. Rich NT Jr. V (With Seymour Duncan AHB-1 Blackout in bridge)
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
Marshall MG15DFX
Jazz III picks
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Planet Waves Cables
#6
i improvise all my solos. the only one i can think of that i actually know fully is "couldnt stand the weather" by SRV. i know some parts of other solos but mostly i improvise everything. sometimes i might learn parts that i feel are important to the song. like i know the first part of the sweet child o' mine solo but after that fast run comes up i dont really play it the same.
#7
i never really take the time to learn solos.
i just like improvising with my loop pedal (its AWSOME lol)

way back when, i did actually learn a solo by a popular artist.
i learned all the solos in sweet child of mine.
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LTD H-207 7 string
Ibanez Acoustic
#8
I guess ill go with the hardest...

Ride the lightning
Rock you like a hurricane
Call of Ktulu
Fade to black
Mr. Crowley
Sweet Child O' Mine

to name a few

edit: oh yea and the grand-daddy, not really a solo but Paganini's caprice 24, that is a beast if anyone wants a challenge
Gibson SG Standard
Ibanez S2170FB
Peavey JSX
Marshall 1960A
TEXAS A&M
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#9
I did learn the neo-classical arpeggio part of No Boundaries, gawd it wasn't that hard for a MAB song, my teacher forced me to learn it ¬_¬
#10
All of them. Every single solo that was ever written. I know exactly how to play them.


...applying that knowledge is a different story...
Gear

Gibson '57 Les Paul Reissue
Marshall TSL 601
EHX: Big Muff, Metal Muff, Small Stone, POG, 2880
Ibanez TS808
Voodoo Labs Microvibe
Analogman Chorus
Morley Bad Horsie II
Keeley Compressor (C4)
Nova Delay
MXR 10-band EQ
#12
At the moment Under a glass moon solo, by Petrucci.

I hardly learn entire stuff by other artists, unless it improves my technique and/or songwriting or theoretic knowledge.

I'm also working on Serrana by Jason Becker.

I'm too lazy to practice shapes and the like, so I rather pick songs which apply techniques note choices that I like.

This way you learn far more, and you get a more personal satisfying style.

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#13
I'll only learn songs for new phrases or concepts, if I can't see it giving me anything I don't bother.
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