#1
hey
im in a lil hole right now and i need a new solo to learn. im looking for a solo that requires more feel than speed (ex. fade to black intro solo) any ideas?
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#2
I don't know much solo's tbh
But i guess seize the day, gunslinger, say goodnight, nemesis (outro) I don't know really........
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u dont need 2 learn solos! just improv!


I agree. Just learn a couple different variations of pentatonic scales and jam out. It's way more fun
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#11
Kamelot - A Haunting (Somewhere in Time)

I wish this would be listed as an "easy" solo on this website, and more appreciated. Its about a minute long, very melodic with a few easy fast parts. Extremely fun to play too.
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#12
try seize the day by avenged sevndfold, or maybe something by john frusciante
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Quote by BradTheUGer
I agree. Just learn a couple different variations of pentatonic scales and jam out. It's way more fun


it really is, nd u learn where u can play the scales along the neck aswell, just mess about. ull learn a lot more
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it really is, nd u learn where u can play the scales along the neck aswell, just mess about. ull learn a lot more

i already know scales and all that but i find myself playing the same licks and the same techniques. i want to expand my abilities, not my knowledge
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Quote by NCHEoin
try seize the day by avenged sevndfold, or maybe something by john frusciante


these are good as well
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Quote by meow1992
i already know scales and all that but i find myself playing the same licks and the same techniques. i want to expand my abilities, not my knowledge


You should learn solos in different styles then. You could also try learning new picking and rhythm styles and new techniques such as slide, legato playing, tapping, different kinds of muting, etc..there are infinite possibilities.
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Quote by meow1992
i already know scales and all that but i find myself playing the same licks and the same techniques. i want to expand my abilities, not my knowledge

Expand your knowledge and abilities at the same time then. No need to play someone elses solo when you could make your own.
#18
All That Remains - The Air That I Breathe
It has a really nice solo which isn't disturbingly fast.
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