#1
It doesn't have to be the hardest thing you can play, just something that sounds cool. I've been playing acoustic for about 7 years (started when I was 7) and electric for about 1 and a half. My favorite thing to play is probably Reptilia by The Strokes. I wanna learn some cool new songs, and also, I love guitar harmonies. Sorry if I posted in the wrong section.
#4
Crystal Mountain by Death when i'm myself, and Leper Messiah by Metallica when my band jams together.
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#6
i have to agree with the zombieritual. some death is what i usually enjoy playing the most. crystal mountain, pull the plug.. etc. i could jam to some death all day
#9
By myself it's either The Rose March by Smashing Pumpkins, or Far Away by Jose Gonzalez.

With a band I love jamming on War Pigs by Black Sabbath, Heat Of The Moment by Asia (STFU), or various Pantera songs (specifically Walk, Cowboys From Hell and A New Level).

Also with a band, Tool.
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#11
Panama. Every time I play I inadvertently start playing it. Also:
Sweet Child O' Mine solos.
Won't Get Fooled Again
Summer Song (Satch)
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#12
Vicarious by Tool, Gardenia by Kyuss and Make It Wit Chu by QOTSA.
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#14
Unholy Confessions, So Far Away, or Gunslinger by Avenged Sevenfold.
We are the diamonds that choose to stay coal;
A generation born to witness
The end of the world

#16
Soul To Squeeze - Chili peppers
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#21
Fade to Black by Metallica. Playing the ending solo, there is just no way to describe it.
Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV
And you think you're so clever and class less and free
But you're still fucking peasants as far as I can see

A working class hero is something to be.