#1
i want to learn a song that has good tapping in it....anyone got any ideas?
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#2
thunderstruck or eruption
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#3
crazy train
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Anything by Van Halen.
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#13
crazy train solo is the best..
and one by metallica. the solo is has good tapping
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#14
Look into Steve Vai.
The For the Love of God solo has some nice tapping in it.
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#15
yes....one does have some good tapping and i can play begiinning of it.......and crazy train is good....can play it except for solo....will look in...
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#16
Sea of Shadows, by Symphony X: 2:37 in the song has the coolest tapping lick ever created in it, check it out in powertabs or something because that is a godly tapping solo. Also try the end tapping bit in No Boundaries by Michael Angelo Batio.
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#17
will check out...thanks a lot....anyone know anymore?


EDIT: i cant find sea of shadows...where is it?
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Sea of Shadows, by Symphony X: 2:37 in the song has the coolest tapping lick ever created in it, check it out in powertabs or something because that is a godly tapping solo. Also try the end tapping bit in No Boundaries by Michael Angelo Batio.

i would gess alot of batios stuff would be tapping considering he plays two necks at once
#19
power ranger theme song seriously its a crowd lover
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#20
the thrid solo part to "enter the machine" by Arch Enemy (its the first track on "doomsday machine") is a cool tapping part..
kind of short though
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#22
Daft Punk - Aerodynamic

Fairly easy tapping, only bad thing is you need a certain amount of effects (I don't know which) to make it sound really cool
#26
noob lol it's Sea of lies From symphony X and i must agree it has very nice tapping arppeggio's in it. they're not that hard just practice em every day voor half an hour 0 an hour and you wil play them fluently in no time.

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#29
One - Metallica
Tocatta and Fugue in D minor - Johann Sebastian Bach
Paul Gilberts version of Four Seasons - Vivaldi
#30
Black Sabbath-Black Sabbath. The bridge has some sweet tapping parts!
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#31
The two best songs for tapping listed in this thread are by far sea of lies symphonie x adn bad horsie steve vai. Best of luck on getting those down man. Oh and for bad horsie you'd better have a floyd.
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Ozzy- Crazy Train
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#35
Night Ranger - you can still rock in america. Jeff Watsons 8 finger tapping parts, Brad Gillis' less known counterpart.
#38
Metallica- "phantom lord"

that song is pretty good and has tapping in the solo
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