#1
Hey, i was wondering if any of you know a decent solo i could learn. I'm looking to build my speed and solo skills and need a solo thats not to slow and not too fast at the same time. Any ideas?
#3
the solo on sweet child of mine is pretty simple, takes time to learn, but it sounds great and its not that hard.
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#4
Quote by Zephyyr
the solo on sweet child of mine is pretty simple, takes time to learn, but it sounds great and its not that hard.


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#5
Seize the day - Avenged Sevenfold

Its quite easy, but a couple of fast-ish runs which makes it harder than begginner.
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#7
crazy train, knockin on heavens door by GNR, the struggle within by metallica, just look around on the black album by metallica
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#8
Strength of the World, by Avenged Sevenfold is kinda easy, has some fast scales in it though.

Hand of Blood, by Bullet for my Valentine, really fun solo with a good melody

Take Me Back, by Story of the Year

Take This Life, by In Flames

Savin Me, by Nickelback (meh lol)


Have fun lol