#1
hey hey

i read in some magazine article the other day that corey beaulieu from trivium learnt to solo alot from learning solos from the new wave of british heavey metal.

but i dont know which solos would be best and which is best to sart with.

some thing to difficult but good to learn from.

so what do you guys reccoment?
#2
Check out some black sabbath
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ive never had the patience to sit down and learn long solos. i learnt some fairly short guitar fills and a few punk/70s solos and stuff.

id start with that, then do the british heavy metal.

thats what im currently doing.

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#6
Learn minor scales, harmonic minor sounds good
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#7
i learn long solos a bit at a time, then it dont take all day

but i aint great at soloing
#8
Try these:
"Phantom of the Opera" - Iron Maiden
"Murders in the Rue Morgue" - Iron Maiden
"Am I Evil" - Diamondhead (I don't think they're British, but they get lumped in to the NWOBHM).
Mercyful Fate - anything off their first album, "Melissa".
These should get ya started. FWIW - the New Wave of British Heavy Metal are the bands that were around '77-82 (roughly), who really injected new energy into metal after some of the older bands were on decline. Also look into Saxon, a personal favorite of mine - not really the best solos, but the songs rock.
#10
any other suggestions tat others have found?

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#11
Yeah, try to master some Iron Maiden solo's. It's pretty fun to do. I love playing maiden the most of all i think.
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