#1
I was wondering if anyone could suggest any good solos i could learn or any kind of solo piece that could stand on its own. What I mean is that it sounds good without any other instruments. Anything is appreciated, blues, rock, anything. Thank you.
#3
you shook me all night long - acdc, hard to handle - black crowes. their kinda on the easy side tho
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#4
Eric Clapton with the Bluesbreaker's version of Hideaway is a good solo blues piece and most of it is one big solo and it's great fun to play.
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#5
Quote by tpb_rocpile
I was wondering if anyone could suggest any good solos i could learn or any kind of solo piece that could stand on its own. What I mean is that it sounds good without any other instruments. Anything is appreciated, blues, rock, anything. Thank you.



I played little wing by myself at a talent show and it can stand well on its own. Pretty much any slow henrix/srv type song will work...lenny, little wing, wind cries mary, hey joe, bold as love....same with john mayer. When you get into jazz music almost any song will work. Theres also stuff like Eruption if your into that
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#7
slashes godfather theme sounds pretty good on its own if you can improv well over some of those parts
#8
Before the Beginning - John Frusciante.

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EDIT: And Maggot Brain - Funkadelic if you can handle it. Both simalar songs tho.
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