shawns1147
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Join date: May 2013
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I was wondering what are some good solos for beginner-intermidiate guitar players. I've been working on the solo from No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley but I'd like some more stuff to learn. Thanks
vilk
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Join date: Jun 2013
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#2
Probably any Time Requiem solo they're pretty easy.
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Mephaphil
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Quote by shawns1147
I was wondering what are some good solos for beginner-intermidiate guitar players. I've been working on the solo from No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley but I'd like some more stuff to learn. Thanks


Hey learn stuff like the Wonderful Tonight chorus solo bit,
The Purple Haze intro,
Smells Like Teen Spirit
When I come around - Green Day.

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Probably any Time Requiem solo they're pretty easy.


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#4
She Sells Sanctuary by The Cult.

Awesome song & one of the easiest lead parts you'll find.
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