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.
the newst ones ive learned are Ride The Lightning,Creeping Death,and Jump in the Fire solos
what can i say i like Metallica=)
Quote by Allnightmask22

Alternatively, have your friends hold him down, then take a dump in his mouth, make sure your genitals don't touch him though, that's gay.

Quote by RageAgainst...
for those who like to mosh, but just wanna cuddle afterwards

smashing pumkins fans=)^
I can improve some pretty good solos occasionaly.
I'm not much one for learning them though
all 3 solos in foreplay long time ( )
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
Mah Gear:
Ibanez RGR420EX
Peavey 6505+ 112 Combo
Yamaha F-310
Kustom Arrow 16DFX
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
DR strings
Planet Waves Cables
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.
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.
my 6 best friends:
Ibanez Artcore AF75
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
LTD H-207 7 string
Ibanez Acoustic
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
Last edited by sacamano79 at Feb 27, 2009,
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 ¬_¬
All of them. Every single solo that was ever written. I know exactly how to play them.

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

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
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.

The "Re-incarnation of Plato" Award 2009
(most intelligent)
The "Good Samaritan" Award 2009 (most helpful)

[font="Palatino Linotype
Who's Andy Timmons??
I'll only learn songs for new phrases or concepts, if I can't see it giving me anything I don't bother.
Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
Theory is descriptive, not prescriptive.

Quote by MiKe Hendryckz
theory states 1+1=2 sometimes in music 1+1=3.