Hey guys

I know you get this all the time but I was wondering if anyone can tell me a good song with an easy-ish solo.. the only solo that I can play is the nothing else matters solo

Kiss - Detroit Rock City. Sounds quite good as well.
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yea knocking on heavens door by guns n roses was one of the first songs i learnt
sounds pretty cool too
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when you master of puppets im guessing you mean the 1st one yeah?

both, they are both really easy. for the second one that seens fast, its just repeating one hand motion over an over. it's actually the first solo i ever learned along with mr crowley by ozzy and sweet child o' mine by guns n' roses.
the main thing to remember is to take take it step by step, very slowly, gradually going faster.
Led Zeppelin - Livin' Lovin' She's Just A Woman

Really easy solo, rest of the song is easy to, but it's fun to play
Hoilday- green day (man they suck. . . but thats why its an easy solo)
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RHCP - Dani California
Metallica - One (intro solo)
RHCP - Californication
Audioslave - Like a Stone
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can you say AUDIOSLAVE , easy ass solos

Yeah, if you have the right effects. Or at least that's how it was with Rage Against the Machine, I haven't hearn enough Audioslave (but I like most of what I hear).

Um yeah, I always thought that the "Far Beyond the Sun" solo by Yngwie Malmsteen was pretty easy, first one I learned.
The Sympathy for the Devil (The Rolling Stones) solo was the first one I learned.
Perhaps you could try the solo to Burn it Down by Alter Bridge. It might be a bit of a challenge though. And there's always the 2 solos in Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd.
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mr crowley, crazy train, master of puppets

Mr crowley? the Randy Rhodes version aint easy lol, neither is Crazy Train or MoP.

Erm, the first solo to 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' or some of Muse's stuff.
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or some of Muse's stuff.

yeah, like Muscle Museum is pretty easy. Hysteria, Plug In Baby (not really a solo but a sweet riff)