#1
Well, i want to learn some neoclassical licks and sequences, and i figure what's better than learning classical songs? anyone got anything? Im thinking of Minuets, concertos, etc.
#3
Depends. You might look at violin concertos. Vivaldi might do you some good, he's baroque though. Bach's organ work also has some killer lines, especially his fugues.

EDIT:
In fact, this just popped up on my youtube subscriptions:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0daRRpLRJ4&feature=g-u-u&context=G254082bFUAAAAAAAFAA
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Last edited by Artemis Entreri at Apr 11, 2012,
#4
Yngwie? Also I think Paganini is worth a look, the inspiration for Vai's Eugene's Trick Bag.
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