#1
I wanted to kind of step out of my comfort zone and ask if anyone could recommend some guitar solos for a beginner?

I wanna start learning lead.
#3
Possibly the first whole song I learned was Saria's Song from Legend of Zelda: OoT. Maybe its not the kind of "solo" you had in mind, but its a good bit of lead practice.

Also, the main theme for the NES Legend of Zelda has some nice lead as well. Once you get better, have a go at figuring out the backing melody (its quite a bit harder).

The Gerudo Valley tune from LoZ:OoT is pretty cool as well. (its actually guitar too)

Hell, lots of LoZ stuff is good for a beginner.
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#5
The first solo I learnt was Let it Be by The Beatles. (Album version). It is a relatively easy solo to play.
#6
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Not really, I just noticed that LoZ tends to have good music which isn't that hard to play.

How is that funny?
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#9
Damn, lot of good ideas here. Thanks guys.

Yeah, Zelda has some good music.

Really digging Let It Be and More than a Feeling. Will check out Fade to Black.

Sorry for not being more specific about music preference, Tempoe, I'm a folk music and punk rock/alternative roc kind of guy. Anything power chordsie.

Thing is, I tend to strum a lot and wanna get into the lead so these suggestions will help. Will start tomorrow ASAP.


Thanks again, ya'll.
#10
Folk music and power chords-like, huh?

Well, a few Fleet Foxes songs have some cool little solos/fills. I thought White Winter Hymnal and Sun It Rises had especially cool fills.

As for the power chords thing, try checking out No Trust and Till I Get My Way by The Black Keys. Those two songs in particular have awesome fills inbetween power chord strokes.

I have tabs for both of those BK songs up on here, and I know there are tabs for the Fleet Foxes songs up here as well.

Anyways, hope this helped and best of luck!
#11
Comfortably Numb isn't very difficult and it leaves some room for improv. You could also try the first solo in Powerslave or Losfer Words (Big 'Orra) by Iron Maiden.
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#13
I have just the song for you.

Society by Eddie Veddar.

Folky. Nice rhythm, easy great sounding solo. The tab seems to be 100% accurate on here too, if I remember look in the comments for any corrections as usual.
#14
Smells Like Teen Spirit and pretty much any other Nirvana solo.
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