#2
Know your enemy. Simple, fast, fun. You can throw in as much lead licks as you want, and do a little solo. By Rage against the machine. not greenday...
He's no good to me dead-Boba Fett
#5
if you've got a decent tremolo bridge, Barracuda - Heart is pretty fun
Dream Theater FTW!!

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#8
Ants of the Sky - Between the Buried and Me

By far the most interesting and fun song I have ever learned OR heard.
Are You a PROG-HEAD? I am.

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#10
Whiplash - Metallica
Curse of the Castle Dragon- Paul Gilbert
No Boundaries - Batio
Moonlight Sonata(in A-minor)- Beethoven

and ALL blues
#11
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Stairway to Heven by Led Zeppilin. Especialy the Solo.


Obvs '09er.

Gary Moore - The Messiah Will Come Again
#12
Sea of Lies tapping lick.

When I learned it, it was so far out of my technical skill level, that I Really had to work hard for it.

Greatest satisfaction I got, purely because it took the longest for me to learn.

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#14
Quote by bigal224
behind the screams by cky (solo acoustic)
bohemian rhapsody for solo guitar is fun but quite hard
what about u?

probably either killing in the name of , just cos its such a good song or
octopus's garden by the beatles :P ded fun
#19
Blitzkrieg Bop or You Shook Me All Night Long. Turn it up and rock the f*** out. Simple, but when played right, they're pretty fun. Also, Creeping Death is awesome.
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The man clearly knows his shit.

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one of the best, educated and logical posts I've ever seen on UG in the Pit. Well done good sir.
#21
Quote by xxdarrenxx
Sea of Lies tapping lick.

When I learned it, it was so far out of my technical skill level, that I Really had to work hard for it.

Greatest satisfaction I got, purely because it took the longest for me to learn.
lol I was gonna say love in an elevator (aerosmith) or lil ain't enough (DLR), for exactly the same reasons (slightly different level though lol) - love playing them cos I'm really chuffed that I can
#23
knives out radiohead. that song is so simple, basic 4/4 at first. then rhythm goes all psychedelic on your ass. i like it
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#25
Manhattan - Eric Johnson.

Tbh, I can only play the very start of the intro, as I've only started learning it about 2 days ago, but it is THE most enjoyable thing I have ever had the fortune to learn
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Well played, my friend.

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And a grammar nazi..
#26
i recently learnt eric claptons version of hideaway, its not very technical but its enjoyable to play.

probably not my "of all time" most enjoyable song, but its up there.
#27
Voodoo Child

I always just play random stuff in Eb and imagine im Hendrix
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1991 Gibson Flying V
Roland Cube 20X
#29
Song - Band

Minuet - From First To Last
Ride The Wings of Pestilence - From First To Last
Emily - From First To Last (Very simple)
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#30
Quote by gerardk
Money by Pink Floyd is always great fun to play


especially the rhythmic bits in between solos.
#31
Intro solo to Fade to Black - Metallica
Solo to Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi, I don't even like that song but Ritchies solo is just fun to mess around with.
Imagination is more important than knowledge...
It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.
- Albert Einstein -
#32
Quote by DrPeppler
Ants of the Sky - Between the Buried and Me

By far the most interesting and fun song I have ever learned OR heard.


I wish I was good enough to play the intro sweep. It's so badass.

Mine would be The Divine Suicide of K. - Protest the Hero. The intro is so fun and easy to play.
#33
Quote by Kyle.E
Obvs '09er.


Right, because disliking Led Zeppelin is what makes you cool on forums right? Or maybe he's wrong and he didn't actually enjoy it.
#36
Aces High by Iron Maiden. My old band played that one, and every time we did it live (and in practice for that matter) it was such a blast. Good times, I miss them sometime
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#37
Basket Case by Green day. Not all that exciting or amazing, but back when I first started learning how to play, learning this song was at the time one of the funnest experiences I've had with guitar.
#39
Misery Business - Paramore, always gets someone singing, simple, sounds good and fun.
alternatively, Reptar King of the Ozone - The Devil Wears Prada, i kinda messed around with it to the point it sounds nothing like the original.. heh
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#40
Hey resurrecting a thread which should have been closed the first time around!

Suggest me a song thread is right above you.

Cheers!
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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