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check out rhapsody of fire, or blind guardian.
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not meaning to hijack your thread man, but does anyone know what scale/mode would have a good Irish sound to it? Something you'd be more likely to hear on a flute or pipe of some sort?
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Horseslips have a very celtic sound to them.

Edit: Sorry, they'd be more for electric, my bad.
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Spatter the Dew by David Russell is a very nicely arranged, traditional Celtic piece.

It's of somewhat advanced difficulty, however, but it's attainable if you really want to learn it.
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