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#1
Well, what was your first solo you ever learned? Mine was the You Shook Me All Night Long solo by AC/DC.
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#3
probably Surfing With The Alien...


I Lie...i think it was the intro solo to one by metallica
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#4
Livin' Lovin' Maid (She's Just a Woman)- Led Zeppelin
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#6
Master of Puppets - This is one of the few songs I bothered to learn all the way through
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#7
Erm, none I guess? I prefer to make up my own solos. (A.k.a. I'm too lazy to do it the same way as the original artist)

Well, if you can call it a solo, then I learned the one from Nirvana's version of "The Man who Sold the World", but it's basically like, a Bridge or something.
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Uhhh... "Tommy Gun?"
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#13
Probably the first solo in Wish You Were Here...but I don't remember all of it...I don't really care too much about learning solos usually...I can make up my own usually.
#14
we're not gonna take it...

but the first cool solo i learned was aces high
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#20
you shook me all night long...but i couldnt get that damned part where it upped to the high frets
#21
Before you accuse me off the clapton unplugged album. Very easy yet increadibly fun to play...
#22
Smells Like Teen Spirit or Californication...I can't remember, but it's one of those two.
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#25
Probably "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath was the first solo I bothered to learn. I don't learn that many solos.
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#26
probably smells like teen spirit
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#27
My first solo would be
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I like to make my OWN solos and people can learn from me.
#32
The intro solo for "Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd"
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#33
Either Smells Like Teen Spirit, or Them Bones, by AIC.
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#36
Sum 41 - Hell Song... back when i liked punk rock
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#37
On guitar beverly Hills by Weezer, because I learnt it all on guitar (as much of a challenge it is) and decided the solo would be easy. The middle one, not the one at the end. After that it was Smells Like Teen Spirit, but since I'm a bassist I don't take time out to learn any complex guitar solos. On bass, my first proper solo learnt was the first one in Orion. Which I didn' bother actually learning, more get the basic shape down and improvise over it.
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#38
Hotel California - The Eagles
Gonna Leave this town

Gotta leave this town

Gonna make a whole lotta money

Gonna be big yeah...
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#39
Stacy's Mom.

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Same here... i thought i was so good when i could play it...now i feel ashamed haha
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