#2
Aint talkin bout love, panama, atomic punk, finish what you started
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#4
Aint talkin' bout' love its a sexy song
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#5
Really, the whole 1st album is pretty easy in comparison to some of their other work. Aint Talkin Bout Love was one of the first songs I learned all the way through.
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#8
Quote by The Fret-Dancer
Aint talkin bout love, panama, atomic punk, finish what you started



These & I'd add Hot for teacher to that as well as Spanish fly which is great fun to play. The latter should help you practice those nice stretch excersises.
#10
Panama, Pretty Woman, You Really Got Me, and start learning Eruption now, so you can play it clean later on....It took me a while to get the hang of his style in the faster parts(which I am still working on).
#11
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Running With The Devil is incredibly easy, Hot For Teacher isnt very hard, and try panama just to see.


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#12
Running With the Devil is relatively easy IMHO.

Hot for Teacher? notsomuch.
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Running With the Devil is relatively easy IMHO.

Hot for Teacher? notsomuch.

yeah, Hot for Teacher is not easy, at least the lead parts.

That intro tapping lick is actually fairly difficult.
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#15
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Unchained


Agree'd

Unchained IMO is one of the more fun ones to play...its so brutal...Van Halen in Drop D
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Quote by steven seagull
Running With the Devil is relatively easy IMHO.

Hot for Teacher? notsomuch.


even running with the devil, to get it to sound like ed, is fairly difficult. The problem with these good players, even when they play something easy, there are a lot of inflections, ghost notes, vibrato and idiosyncracies which make it fairly hard to nail.

and it doesn't help that everyone I see saying how easy it is makes a much worse fist of it than I would (judging by soundclips), and if you ask me, I'd consider it very hard. Just because you can't hear all the ornamentation doesn't mean it's not there, and it certainly doesn't mean you can call it easy unless you can nail it 100%.



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yeah, Hot for Teacher is not easy, at least the lead parts.

That intro tapping lick is actually fairly difficult.


FFS, even the rhythm playing in hot for teacher is insanely hard.
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#18
I actually got Hot For Teacher pretty easily, cept for the lead part, which I havent looked into much. Aint talking bout love is insanely easy, The last half of Eruption is pretty easy, and Panama is fun to play.
#20
Ain't talkin' about love for sure is easy, as is runnin' with the devil (solo is a little harder in this one) and panama is easy other than the solo and the harmonics on the 4th fret give some people some trouble (i was one)