#1
They're two of my most favourite guitar solo's and I really wanna learn both in the long run. But I wanna tackle the easiest one first (and yes i know they're both extremely difficult ) so which one would you say is the easiest? Thanks
#2
The easiest one will be the one you practice most.

Just pick one and start working.
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#3
One day i used to master Tornado of souls (before i break my wrist and right hand capabilities drop to half)...never attempted to play Mr. Crowley... So i suggest (not recommend) tornado
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#4
y think tornado is more difficult.Faster tempo,sweep picking and those bendings are hard to get.
#6
Tornado is more demanding in terms of finger strength. Honestly Mr. Crowley is mostly triads and hammer-on/pulloffs. If you learn a couple patterns you can learn the whole song quickly.
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They're two of my most favourite guitar solo's and I really wanna learn both in the long run. But I wanna tackle the easiest one first (and yes i know they're both extremely difficult ) so which one would you say is the easiest? Thanks


Both are legendary solos, but Tornado of Souls is WAY more technically difficult. Start with Mr. Crowley - anything by Randy Roads will be more accessible than Marty Friedman, generally speaking.
#9
yeah tornado is a good bit harder. that's not to say mr crowley isn't an awesome solo (it is), just tornado is a fair bit harder.
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#11
Awesome, thanks for the replies everyone! Looks like I'm tackling Mr.Crowley first then