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#1
guys can anyone give me songs with good solos that well two guitars solo(ing together maybe?) iv only seen two or 3 songs with it lol or maybe 5max can you guys name a few please?
#5
yeah harmonies and dang that was a fast reply,i got one in mind but might be tooooo much to remember now lol and cool bowser icon u got there :O
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IRON MAIDEN

i cant think of a better band known for their harmonised solos
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#12
thanks alot guys but keep em going if got anything else in mind,ill be checking them
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cacaphonys the one i had in mind!! speed metal symphony :O im sure i can play it and the guy that would be cool to play it with but i doubt we will stay in beat lol we'll keep screwing up and seems like way to much to remember
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IRON MAIDEN

i cant think of a better band known for their harmonised solos


*cough cough* Boston
#16
Any good Thin Lizzy song.
The harmony bit in More Than A Feeling by Boston is pretty cool.
Some great twin lead guitar bands are Iron Maiden, Thin Lizzy, Judas Priest, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Oh, and Dragonforce
#17
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#18
ill check the ones you guys have said now,thanks alot :O! and for answering so quick!
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Avenged Sevenfold. Some ppl dont dont what A7X means ppl!
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#23
I'd personally wager that the band that are most famous for their twin or triple lead guitar parts are Thin lizzy and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
I've already said this but I'm repeating it because so many people are going "1R0N M41D3NZ" without thinking about who actually inspired the Maiden; I'd bet my life that Lizzy/Skynyrd are much better known for twin lead guitar.
#24
Paul Gilbert stuff such as Racer X.

Children of Bodom does that a lot I think... Check out their song Kissing the Shadows. There's like 4 solo's on it, and I think one of them has two guitars and a keyboard soloing at once.
#25
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Avenged Sevenfold (btw, i'm seeing them live tonight!!!) =D but they're pretty famous for their harmonies. Bat Country has a good harmonised solo. but a lot of their songs just have harmonised riffs. it's something to look into though.
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#27
Check out Wishbone Ash. They basically pioneered the twin-lead guitar, and were a huge influence on Iron Maiden and Thin Lizzy (also check these out, obviously).

Throw Down The Sword is a great example of a Wishbone Ash song with a dual solo. It's a proper dual solo too, not a harmonised one
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Check out Wishbone Ash. They basically pioneered the twin-lead guitar, and were a huge influence on Iron Maiden and Thin Lizzy (also check these out, obviously).

Throw Down The Sword is a great example of a Wishbone Ash song with a dual solo. It's a proper dual solo too, not a harmonised one

You're right actually.
This is the best suggestion the thread's seen yet IMHO.
#29
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I'd personally wager that the band that are most famous for their twin or triple lead guitar parts are Thin lizzy and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
I've already said this but I'm repeating it because so many people are going "1R0N M41D3NZ" without thinking about who actually inspired the Maiden; I'd bet my life that Lizzy/Skynyrd are much better known for twin lead guitar.


This is true, but who cares? If people like Maiden better than Lizzy that's their business. I skipped over them because people usually don't recognize them as a great band (like they should be recognized) and because like 75% of this forum is in the metal demographic... I don't think it's Thin Lizzy's place here let alone Skynards

Judas Priest were pretty early in there getting harmonized guitar parts... Victim of Changes being one of my favourites.

Bands KNOWN for their harmony leads would probably include:

Boston
Iron Maiden
Thin Lizzy
Wishbone Ash
Every "power metal" band out there
(and Lyndard Skynard)
#30
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This is true, but who cares? If people like Maiden better than Lizzy that's their business. I skipped over them because people usually don't recognize them as a great band (like they should be recognized) and because like 75% of this forum is in the metal demographic... I don't think it's Thin Lizzy's place here let alone Skynards

Fair point.
Although listen to "Cold Sweat" by Lizzy and tell me that half the metallers here wouldn't get a kick out of it
It's definitely Thin Lizzy and Skynyrd's "place" though. If you want a Metal forum then go to the Metal forum. This is the EG forum, we shouldn't really be fussed about genres, just who uses what strings and how they tune their guitars and whether their truss rod cover is stock or aftermarket

But yeah, Thin Lizzy.

Oh, and Gary Moore did some great harmonised things on Parisienne walkways and similar records.
Brian May was quite indulgent in the studio and put a lot of harmony in various Queen songs.
#31
Cacophony but only if you can shred haha.
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#35
Skynyrd
Modern Iron Maiden
Some Queen stuff(Brian occasionally overdubbed leads in the studio)
Some Metallica
Whenever George Harrison had Eric Clapton play While my Guitar Gently Weeps live with him, probably stemming from when Clapton, high and jittery as all hell, was screwing the solo on a Byrdland at Bangladesh and George stepped in.
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only 1 song by metallica has james ever played the solo, but i cannot for the life of me remember which one it is
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#38
Basically anything by Paul Gilbert and Racer X.....

One of my personal favorites would be Viking Kong!!! If you co-ordinate it properly, the solo is like a shred off between two guitarists...... Oh yeah...... I'm picturing Crossroads right now, but instead of Karate Kid, PG..... LOL
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only 1 song by metallica has james ever played the solo, but i cannot for the life of me remember which one it is


He plays the slow solo in Master Of Puppets, and also the only solo in Nothing Else Matters
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