#1
There has probaly been loads of these forums but hey, I've only been her for like 2 weeks lol.

Mine are:

Mr Brownstone (Intro)

Nightrain (Verse...for some reason)
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#2
with a band, probably estranged. even gn'r had a hard time playing that live.
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#3
Yeah apparently quite a few bands have trouble playing their own songs onstage cause apparently the Goo Goo Dolls found it hard to play Iris live.
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#6
sweet child o mine. the intro is really complex with all the finger movements and i always mess up.
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#7
Locomotive I heard is pretty hard on guitar.


Kinda depends of your playing level though.
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#8
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Shacklers' Revenge solo.


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I would probably say the outro to Paradise City can be tricky, although I just tend to improvise it when I play it.
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#9
Quote by fender--player1
sweet child o mine. the intro is really complex with all the finger movements and i always mess up.


Yeah, it took me like a year to get that riff right it is pretty tough.
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#10
Quote by Lil Macker
Locomotive I heard is pretty hard on guitar.


Kinda depends of your playing level though.
locomotive is a hell of a song! and really hard compared to other songs
#11
For solos I'd say Don't Damn Me... Overall though either Paradise City or Estranged
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#12
Better solo for sure. Such an epic solo.
Does anyone know if it's buckethead or bumblefoot on that track?
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#13
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Yeah, it took me like a year to get that riff right it is pretty tough.



Really? I could play it just a few months after i started, and i play it on a classical guitar, meaning i can't even hold the neck when playing it.
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#14
Quote by Woogles
Better solo for sure. Such an epic solo.
Does anyone know if it's buckethead or bumblefoot on that track?


Buckethead does all the shred solos
Bumblefoot does that nice little melody in the second chorus
Robin Finck does the last awesome bluesy solo at the end
#15
Quote by Nazo64
Buckethead does all the shred solos
Bumblefoot does that nice little melody in the second chorus
Robin Finck does the last awesome bluesy solo at the end


I'm pretty sure on Better Bumblefoot does the shredding solo before the breakdown that leads into Finck's solo.
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Really? I could play it just a few months after i started, and i play it on a classical guitar, meaning i can't even hold the neck when playing it.


Yeah but i switched from left handed to right handed a few months before i learn't and i have a problem with my 3rd finger. But i can the whole thing with solo and all now (Y)
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#17
Quote by fender--player1
sweet child o mine. the intro is really complex with all the finger movements and i always mess up.

Are you joking? I learnt that riff the second day I had a guitar..
#18
Dont Damn Me

and for the noobs that are struggling with SCOM learn the D dorian, Em aeolian and Em pentatonic scales.
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I hope you are. I would LOVE to hear you play it note for note.
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#21
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Are you joking? I learnt that riff the second day I had a guitar..



Pfft, some people learn slower than others and that's doesn't mean they're a bad guitarist.
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#22
I haven't heard Chinese Democracy enough to remember anything, but as for full songs (only with guitar) I'd say Nightrain (the shred solo at the end), and Paradise City.
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#23
The only GNR song I know is Nightrain, so I can't give you an answer. However, it's a lot simpler than playing Megadeth once you get the kinks down.