#1
Alright guys,

I'm in my final year of school, and I'm studying for music. Part of the music exam is a practical where I have to play 4 pieces on guitar. I have 2 pieces chosen, but I don't have a clue what I'm gonna do for the other two. I'll be playing solo. If anyone can suggest any suitable pieces, I'd be extremely grateful.
#6
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We need more detail dude. Skill level? Style of music?



It can be any genre. As long as the guitar playing is at the fore of the piece and not repititive it shouldn't matter. For example, one guy I know is doing Under the Bridge.
#7
Well when I say any genre, I don't mean Slayer or anything ridiculously heavy I don't want the examiner to crap themselves.
#10
Towards dead end by Children of Bodom.

Hells yeah. And not heavy at all.
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#13
I wonder - Blind Melon (w/ intro)

unless you cant sing, then no

and I dont know
Bands I must see in concert
Silvertide
The Black Crowes
Jackyl
Black Stone Cherry
AC/DC
StoneRider
Freedomhawk
The Darkness and/or the sideprojects of the band members
Buckcherry
The Answer

Theres more. But those are the main ones
#14
#16
Mastodon - Joseph Merrick.

Not that hard of a song and it sounds great.
Sleep, Eat, Shit, Fight, Fuck
#19
How about Angel by Judas Priest, awesome acoustics, no tab?

well then it isn't supposed to be that easy
#21
Joesph Merrick- Mastodon
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#25
Here without you - 3 Doors Down
Patterns In The Ivy - Opeth
Spanish Romance

Recuerdos de l' Alhambra and Leyenda Asturias if you're at that level.