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whats the best and easyist instrumental you've ever heard?
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there are lots of great easy but awsome instrumental...such as: glassgow kiss, and canon rock!
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Baluchitherium by Van Halen, Dee by Randy Rhoads, and that's it as far as instrumental. As for easy, I don't know.
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there are lots of great easy but awsome instrumental...such as: glassgow kiss, and canon rock!

Glasgow Kiss is easy?

Way to make me feel inadequate
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John Petrucci- Lost Without You
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Pink Floyd- The Great Gig in the Sky
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The Call of Ktulu by Metallica is fairly easy, except for the solo, but if you can improvise it's no problem.

Z-edit: ooh, and Hangar 18 by Megadeth.. then again, maybe not.
I don't know 'easy' but The Call of Ktulu by Metallica is really, really, frickin' REALLY fun to play.
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I don't know 'easy' but The Call of Ktulu by Metallica is really, really, frickin' REALLY fun to play.

I know man, that's one of my favorite 'Tallica songs to play!
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Steve Vai's For The Love OF God is easy, because the solo is just obnoxious noodling with a wah.
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Voice of the Soul by Death
Instrumental by Katatonia
Anything by Russian Circles
Auto Rock- Mogwai

Just a few mentioned.
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Voice of the Soul by Death

Beaten to it. Amazing instrumental.

...and Opeth's Patterns in the Ivy. Simple, but sweet.
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orion - metallica, its damn good, the crusade - trivium, yngwies stuff although its pretty fast
Opeth - Ending Credits
Opeth - Patterns In The Ivy

Two really nice instumentals.
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Songs by Sunn O))) probably have some easy parts to play

lol just step on your guitar.
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Steve Vai - Tender Surrender
Buckethead - Whitewash
Ooh, anything off Colma or Electric Tears by Buckethead. Nice stuff.

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They're not the easiest of songs, but I love All Blues by Miles Davis, One Song by Dave Brubeck, and George Benson's Breezin' album.

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erotomania by dream theater is pretty good
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yeah Glasgow Kiss is sweet it turns heads when played correctly which aint that hard to do.

Far Beyond The Sun and Black Star By Yngwie
Guitar Boogie by Tommy Emmanuel
Stevie Ray Vaughan's Version of Little Wing.
Ocean By John Butler
Drop C your Guitar And you can play Bad Horsie By Steve Vai.
Europa - Carlos Santana
Capricho arabe, Gran Valz(Waltz) and Recuerdos de la Alhambra by Francisco Tarrega
Greensleeves is fun to play it nice a laidback
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Russian Circles is a fantastic instrumental band.
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Change of seasons (The Crimson Sunrise, The Darkest of winters) - Dream Theater
Cliffs Of Dovers - Eric Johnson
Acoustic Medley - In Flames
Man Made God - In Flames
Wishful Thinking - John Petrucci
The Audience is Listening - Steve Vai
Stratosphere - Stratovarius
Hells Kitchen - Dream Theater (Can't believe no one said this one...)
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