#1
hi everyone. could you suggest a really hard song to learn preferably in drop c or drop d that can be played with a single guitar? i think it's the most entertaining way of development. i have finally figured out playing neon by john mayer after months of practice and it helped me develop my playing a lot. thanks.
#3
The Faceless songs or Periphery
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#4
In the Name of God - Dream Theater
Fives - Guthrie Govan
The Psalm of Lydia - Nevermore
Windowpane - Opeth (Not as hard as the others, but too bloody awesome to leave out)
Stabwound - Necrophagist
Icarus Lives! - Periphery
Periscope - Andromeda
End of All Days - Vanden Plas
Black Materia - Spheric Universe Experience
The Odyssey - Symphony X
Altitudes - Jason Becker
Prequel to the Sequel - Between the Buried and Me
Hangar 18 - Megadeth
Scarified - Racer X
Acid Rain - Liquid Tension Experiment
20 Minutes/40 Years - Isis
Glory of the Empire - Circus Maximus
Larks Tongue in Aspic pt II - King Crimson
Teras - Sylosis
Deception: Concealing Fate Parts I and II - TesseracT
Souls of Black - Testament
Thunderhorse - Dethklok
Soothsayer - Buckethead
Suicide Messiah - Black Label Society

That should keep you busy for a while! :P
Last edited by mishax92 at Aug 24, 2010,
#5
Quote by mishax92
In the Name of God - Dream Theater
Fives - Guthrie Govan
The Psalm of Lydia - Nevermore
Windowpane - Opeth (Not as hard as the others, but too bloody awesome to leave out)
Stabwound - Necrophagist
Icarus Lives! - Periphery
Periscope - Andromeda
End of All Days - Vanden Plas
Black Materia - Spheric Universe Experience
The Odyssey - Symphony X
Altitudes - Jason Becker



Stabwound is in D standard I believe
Most of my grindcore inspiration comes from my hard drive.
#6
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Stabwound is in D standard I believe


I know my post wasn't all Drop D and Drop C, but does it really matter? They're awesome songs regardless of tuning.
#7
Quote by mishax92
I know my post wasn't all Drop D and Drop C, but does it really matter? They're awesome songs regardless of tuning.



True that, they're all tunings that aren't too far apart, and all kickass songs =)
Most of my grindcore inspiration comes from my hard drive.
#8
Dream Theater - The Glass Prison. I know it's in standard 7-string tuning, but if you can play the intro arpeggios at about 2:20(which don't use the low B) at full speed using alternate picking, you can play pretty much anything.
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Besides that, he's right this time. As usual.
#9
It's in standard but, 17th Century Chicken Pickin' by Chris Impelletari. If you can learn that then you can learn any anything.
#12
Go ahead and go to D standard and learn some Symphony X or Necrophagist. Should keep you nice and busy.
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