#1
Me and my friend want to play the trooper since there is 2 guitars. My question is, how hard is the solo? I can play the fade to black outro, he can only play the crazy train solo (well). Would this be too difficult or a good challenge?
#3
nah i think you should be ok. just practise a shitload. you should get it right.
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#4
kick ass guys thanks! it will be a real challenge, but i think we can do it. We have both been playing a while. (well, me 8 months him 2 yrs). CANT WAIT!
#6
Quote by jasonsol
Me and my friend want to play the trooper since there is 2 guitars. My question is, how hard is the solo? I can play the fade to black outro, he can only play the crazy train solo (well). Would this be too difficult or a good challenge?

from that id say go for it but
kick ass guys thanks! it will be a real challenge, but i think we can do it. We have both been playing a while. (well, me 8 months him 2 yrs). CANT WAIT

hang on a mintue hes been playing 2 years and u say he can only play the solo to crazy train wtf 2 years and he knows one solo
and is the fade to black outro all you can play please say it isnt cos you sound doomed if its taken him 2 years to learn a solo that took me a couple of hours to do
#7
Quote by CrEePiNgDeAtH66
from that id say go for it but

hang on a mintue hes been playing 2 years and u say he can only play the solo to crazy train wtf 2 years and he knows one solo
and is the fade to black outro all you can play please say it isnt cos you sound doomed if its taken him 2 years to learn a solo that took me a couple of hours to do


People learn at different speeds ya know....
#9
Yes. I know, 2 years only 1 solo. I have played 8 months, i know fade to black intro outro, im alright by jerryc, master of puppets, and i am learning no more distance by jerryc and ten words by satriani
#10
The diddily part in between the verses is the hardest part for me because I'm used to extreme improvisation. For solos I just play the first note right and the last note right with all of my improv in between. It still sounds good. But if you're a perfectionist who's played for 2 years go for it.
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#11
oki i wernt taking the piss i was just a bit shocked that it took some one 2 years to learn a solo that took me a couple of hours for the whole song and then your wanting to play a whole song that just made me laugh