#1
Looking for a medium difficulty solo, rock/blues/metal whatever. As to my level of playing, I can play Comfortably Numbs solo, Sweet Child o Mine etc. Nothing that';; make me shoot myself, just a solo to chill with or something.
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#4
Walking Wounded by Bayside has a surprisingly good solo to it

Backwater by Meat Puppets

Kid Charlemagne by Steely Dan

Sultans Of Swing by Dire Straits

Working Man by Rush

Dancing Through Sunday by A.F.I. (don't judge, he's a wonderful guitarist)
Top 15:
Neutral Milk Hotel
Smashing Pumpkins
Placebo
Elliott Smith
Devendra Banhart
Pavement
Anberlin
Eve 6
The Clash
Imogen Heap
Ingrid Michaelson
Bayside
Minus The Bear
The Replacements
Bright Eyes/Conor Oberst
#5
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Looking for a medium difficulty solo, rock/blues/metal whatever. As to my level of playing, I can play Comfortably Numbs solo, Sweet Child o Mine etc. Nothing that';; make me shoot myself, just a solo to chill with or something.


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#6
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Walking Wounded by Bayside has a surprisingly good solo to it

Backwater by Meat Puppets

Kid Charlemagne by Steely Dan

Sultans Of Swing by Dire Straits

Working Man by Rush

Dancing Through Sunday by A.F.I. (don't judge, he's a wonderful guitarist)



Ive never heard AFI, Ill give it a listen.
Quote by jpnyc
You are what they call a “rhythm guitarist”. While it's not as glamorous as playing lead you can still get laid. Especially if you can sing and play.




Beer is the solutions to the world's problems.

#11
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#12
Uncle Remus by Frank Zappa
Perfect Situation by Weezer (don't judge me that's a fun solo to play)
Mississippi Queen by Mountain
Don't start a band - Reel Big Fish

I second whoever said backwater by the meat puppets that's a great tune.

Those are some fairly easy solos that sound nice and gives you some choices, because I don't know what you listen to.

EDIT: MOAR
Dancin in the Moonlight - Thin Lizzy
Clean my wounds - Corrosion of Conformity
Albatross - Corrosion of Conformity

Those are good ones if you've got a friend who plays and you like doing dual leads
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Last edited by lunaticfringe93 at Nov 28, 2009,
#13
Crossroads? (the song by Cream, not the movie)
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#14
+1 to crossroads. a ton of fun to play too
2008 Fender American Standard Stratocaster
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#15
Them Bones by Alice in Chains
Holiday in Cambodia by Dead Kennedys
Waiting on the World to Change by John Mayer
Would? by Alice in Chains
Paranoid by Black Sabbath
#16
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