#1
hi there . i am not pro in electric guitar and i want a instrumental song (slow and emotional ) without any hard Technique like gary moore the loner and spanish guitar (without solo :| )
thnaks
#2
Just find any song you like- instrumental or not- and play it. There's a jazz classic "The In Crowd" that most people think is an instrumental, but it was originally composed, recorded and released as a song with lyrics & vocals.

I'm thinking Robin Tower's "Bridge of Sighs" is a good candidate.
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#4
Try: -

Eric Johnson - stuff like Manhattan or SRV

a2c - Word, Gratitude

Takajii - Rain, Portrait

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Lenny

Andy Timmons - Electric Gypsy

Zakk Wylde - Farewell Ballad (albeit more difficult)

If you like what you hear, you can check out other stuffs by the same artists as well. Or as danny mentions, convert songs into instrumental e.g. John Petrucci's version of Purple Rain or (not guitar but this one popped into my head) Kaori Kobayashi's rendition of Nothing's Gonna Change My Love.
#5
Jeff Beck - Because We Have Ended as Lovers

Bucket head - Nottingham Lace and Soothsayer

You can also check Gate to Memories on my personal Soundcloud page.
#6
Europa - Carlos Santana
Always With Me, Always With You - Joe Satriani
These get harder in the climaxes....
#7
Santana ..........Samba Ti (1st album)
Jeff Beck.........Corpus Christi (Emotion and Commotion)
Larry Carlton.....Sleepwalk (a classic for bending and tone)

Yes I am guitarded also, nice to meet you.
#8
How about this:


He was probably inspired by this:


Then there's Bill Frisell, if you want something unaccompanied (and not too difficult):


Starts around 1:00)
I think he's in drop D in both.
Last edited by jongtr at Feb 20, 2017,
#9
It is ultimately technique that allows you to express emotion through your instrument. Without good technique, you're just playing notes.

Taking on challenges is the only way to get better. You should choose challenges appropriate to your skill level, but never be afraid of doing something hard. It's just music and it can't hurt you no matter how badly you play it.
#10
i know this is old but

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