#1
I think its safe to compare this solo to hotel caliornia and stairway to heaven - the big 3 best known rock solos.

I can play hotel california no worries.

Stairway is hard for me. I have to downstrum the beginning bit and can only get it once every 5 times. I've learned up to the bit where it goes between the 7th and 5th constantly on the G and D strings.

Should I give Sweet child o mine a go?
#2
Basically the only thing that should give you trouble is the first fast bit, and the end. Everything else is pretty easy. And really the main difficulty with those is getting them to sound right.
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#3
It's pretty easy except for that slippery little run as the soll shifts up a gear. The Stairway Solo is easy because it's predictable, all the notes fall in logical sequence, same goes for Hotel California.

The Sweet Child of Mine solo is also predictable for the most part save for that little run, I still haven't learned it properly due to laziness, it really does jump around kind of unexpectedly so initially you'll be fighting against where your fingers think they should be going You shouldn't have too much trouble with the rest of it but don't be surprised if you're spending what seems a disproportionate amount of time on that little 3 second run.
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#4
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It's pretty easy except for that slippery little run as the soll shifts up a gear. The Stairway Solo is easy because it's predictable, all the notes fall in logical sequence, same goes for Hotel California.

The Sweet Child of Mine solo is also predictable for the most part save for that little run, I still haven't learned it properly due to laziness, it really does jump around kind of unexpectedly so initially you'll be fighting against where your fingers think they should be going You shouldn't have too much trouble with the rest of it but don't be surprised if you're spending what seems a disproportionate amount of time on that little 3 second run.

If anything it will be good alternate strumming practice haha
#5
It will indeed be good alternate picking practice, though as I recall, there's a lot of hammerons, pulloffs, and slides in there as well, so you're really looking at a good workout for pretty much all of your basic skills there.