Perfn
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#1
Hello,

Me and my friend are catching a few beers and started talking. What are some solos with the most amazing bends you've heard. It can be whatever you want, crazy bends in some shredding tune or some crazy emotional screaming bends, whatever. Just bends that totally twist your face when you hear it.

Just remember we're not focusing on solos in total but just this amazing technique

Im sorry if there's another thread like this already, didn't really search it. ¨

Cheers!
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The solo in the Lamb of God song 'Walk with me in Hell' has always been the one I think of when I think of soaring leads. And the soaring comes from those sweet bends.
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#5
solo in like light to the flies by trivium
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#10
Sunshine of your love by Cream.

Bat country and Seize the day by A7X.


As far as bends in solos, two personal favorites that came to mind.
treborillusion
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#12
Jimi Hendrix - Fire, Voodoo Chile
Slash - Welcome to the Jungle, Estranged

I don't know of many bendy solos or riffs right now, off the top of my head.
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Hotel California solo has some simple, but sick bends in it.
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Time by Pink Floyd. Best bend (and band) of the 70's!

David Gilmour's bends are incredible. So much emotion.
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#17
Thats some solid posts guys, and i heard some new good stuff i havent heard before as well

And i have to agree on seize the day, the bends is really what makes that great solo!
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#18
Echoes from Gdansk by Gilmour- the first 5 bends are all perfect 5ths or 4ths...amazing.
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This is why I keep mentioning Estranged...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mr3rIzJalqc
All these bends.
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It's whammy but what about Jeff Beck's 'Where were you'? Pretty special in my opinion.
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#22
The solo in the Lamb of God song 'Walk with me in Hell' has always been the one I think of when I think of soaring leads. And the soaring comes from those sweet bends.
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