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satriani, paul gilbert, steve vai. satriani's gonna be the easiest.
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Whitewash by Buckethead is pretty good. Its nice and slow, but if you want something fast, try Nottingham Lace or Soothsayer, both by buckethead again.
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I need some recommendations on instrumental electric guitar songs to learn, like JerryC stuff.
"heroes die" and "Soaring quails" by horse the band

or that one metallica song off of master of puppets
forgot what its called
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#8
ANY John5, his stuff combines a lot of different styles.
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#10
john 5,yes.his stuff is crazy and uses mnuch technique.vai,satch,gilbert would all work.i dont care for malmsteen,hes not my type of guitarist.YYZ by rush is also a cool song to do for guitar,it has guitar,bass,and a drum solo,but the guitar part is somewhat easier than a lot of vai,satch,gilbert,and john5,and its a neat song.
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for the love of god by steve vai would probably sound good. lots of people play but its still a nice song
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#13
no its not,its a great vai song,one of the easier ones.and one of my favorties.
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it's technically easy but hard to feel.
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A couple of friends and I are currently working on November Rain by Mad Season. Its probably my favorite instrumental of all time, whats cool about it, is that its like an opera, it starts at one place and ends at another. Plus its not just guitar orientated, but it takes work from everybody in the band, so everybody has fun. Dont get me wrong but Satriani and Vai are great, but most of their instrumentals put me to sleep. If you have a band or something, i recommend trying it out.

Here is a video for it.
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very neat song,but it takes a long time to get into
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very neat song,but it takes a long time to get into


Yeah the record version is much better. My favorite part of the video is when he starts attacking his cabs with his 1962 strat, and then the sax player joins in and starts beating the cab with his sax.
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eric johnson and andy timmons have great instrumentals
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White Summer/Black Mountain Side-Led Zeppelin
Not close to Vai or Satriani, but a cool instrumental piece.
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+1 EDIT: everything suggested in here has been good, but i think YJM is closest to jerry c.
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#23
Paul Gilbert's Down To Mexico and Alligator Farm are fairly easy and sound wicked. Then again you can try some harder stuff by Malmsteen like Icarus' Dream Suite and Far Beyond The Sun.
#24
since you're on PG, i'll add hurry up.
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since you're on PG, i'll add hurry up.

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And for something catchy go for The Curse of the Castle Dragon. Very fun to play.
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Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover
Steve Vai - Juice, Tender Surrender, For The Love Of God
Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien, Always With Me Always With You, Flying in a Blue Dream, Crushing Day, Raspberry Jam Delta-V
#29
Eric Johnson - Manhattan, beautiful song.
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+1 EDIT: everything suggested in here has been good, but i think YJM is closest to jerry c.



If you are looking for a less distorted sound, try out some Vinnie Moore (Time Odyssey). Very very clean playing And if you're more into the Satch type style, Meltdown is more up tempo and rock-like.
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"for the love of god" steve vai. it's pretty slow paced. except for a few parts....
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