#1
Ok well i was going to play a few songs live at an open mic at a cafe or something, well anyways i am going to play solo and cant sing worth crap, so are there any good rock instrumental songs i could perform.
#2
look up "electric gypsy" by Andy Timmons. it's actually an electric song, but i played it on my acoustic not to long ago, and it sounded really cool. also, "endless waves" by Steve Morse works
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#3
Check out anything by the band "Irepress"
Preferably "Diaspora" or "Cyette Phiur"
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#4
Quote by guitarsftw
look up "electric gypsy" by Andy Timmons. it's actually an electric song, but i played it on my acoustic not to long ago, and it sounded really cool. also, "endless waves" by Steve Morse works

ok thanks i will be sure to look at those
#6
Play some Vai, or Satch.....wait.......those are hard....... try some Yngwie! wait nvm....

lol

idk, how good are u and wat kind of instrumental u want? like acoustic stuff, classical guitar, blues? soe more info would help us help u
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#8
If you're playing acoustic, The Tea Party have some great songs, like Winter Solstice, Haze on the Hills and The Badger. Although, they're all in alternate tunings.

EDIT: Although I wouldn't really classify any of these as rock.

Link to "Winter Solstice"
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#9
Well its not rock, but Classical Gas sounds pretty awesome, and you can make your own version of Stairway to Heaven or Hotel California like i did. And Rodrigo y Gabriela make a lot of rock songs into "flamenco" sounding stuff that's awesome
#10
Quote by Jamisonm17
Play some Vai, or Satch.....wait.......those are hard....... try some Yngwie! wait nvm....

lol

idk, how good are u and wat kind of instrumental u want? like acoustic stuff, classical guitar, blues? soe more info would help us help u

I can play anything on an intermediate level, classic rock on electric guitar and anything like that
#11
Lets Make the Water Turn Black by Frank Zappa and the Mothers
Glad by Traffic
You Know What I Mean by Jeff Beck
'Music is the best"
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#12
Anything by Buckethead. Pure instrument, amazing skill.

By him I'd recommend Soothsayer or For Mom
#14
You don't need to sing well to sing. Listen to a lot of rock singers. A lot of them can't sing well, but it's rock. You don't have to have a voice like Thom Yorke to be a singer. You just need to sing.
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#15
Andy Mckee maybe? Don Ross?
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