#1
looking to do a RIP solo which one would be the easiest Holy Wars (all 3) Tornado or Lucretia? I tried Tornado but it is pretty hard esp the end.
#3
Whichever one you feel you are the least rusty at []

/bad joke
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#4
I'd say Take No Prisoners is the easiest on the album...
Out of those 3, Lucretia is the easiest. And IMO the 2nd best sounding, behind Tornado.

Well done on picking a great album though
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Last edited by metallicaddict at Sep 2, 2009,
#5
I think Holy Wars has the tastiest, Marty's solos that is. I do like Master of 5 Magics too.
Hanger 18 is cool too, wow I like all of them. I wore out that CD learning some of those solos/songs years ago. Marty is such an awesome guitar player. He really opened some eyes with that CD too. Talk about precise solo playing, Marty means business.
#6
Lucretia is definitely the easiest. Tornado is the hardest, but it's the best for sure. I would say work on Tornado. It will take some time, but if you can pull it off, it will sound awesome.
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Besides that, he's right this time. As usual.
#8
marty`s solos on holy wars are pretty easy,if you can sweep pick of course!
the first one involves some sweeps,the second is just a nice phrasing.
#9
I think the classical riff sounds awesome in the Holy Wars break too. Have not seen anyone on youtube pull that one off clean, let alone the 2 solos he does. They try, but fail to even close.