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Another fun song to play, I guess its intermediate. Once you've got the hang of it, its not too hard to play.

As Blood Runs Black - In Dying Days

in dying days tab

the tab isn't 100% correct but it will get you started.
Under a glass moon
The Spirits Carries On - Dream Theater
Beyond This Life

Flying in a blue dream - Joe Satriani

Texas Flood - Stevie Ray

8th Commandment - Sonata Artica

Still got the Blues - Gary Moore

No Boundaries - Michael Angelo
the intro of "Alaska" - Between the Buried and Me is great for practacing sweep picking and alternate it sounds cool
I Think that Yngwie's "Sorrow" Is great for intermadiates. It's a short but awesome acoustic solo. Very fun to play with friends!
Al Di Meola - Egyptian Danza
Django Reinhardt - Minor Swing
I think they're both on UG
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Ball and Biscuit- The White Stripes

One of the bluesiest songs.... ever......

And its got the White Stripe's trademark insane fuzz solos.

i actually REALLY loved that song

oar - hold on true
sublime - pawn shop
slightly stoopid - i couldn't get high, world goes round
dispatch - the general
alien ant farm - attitude
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Damaged by John-5 is a must for advanced, and if you're an intermediate I'd say give it a try for a few hours a week, that's what I did since I started playing and I've basically got it now.
hey joe intro and solo is intermediate (hendrix version)
Gabba gabba hey
Beethoven's 5th Symphony - Steve Vai version. Pretty Easy intermediate.

Sweet Child O Mine - GunzNRoses. Intermediate. Fun Solos

Bark At The Moon - Ozzy. Intermediate, fun, cool solos. End solo is cool.

ClassicalGas, TearsInHeaven, Layla - Eric Clapton. Pretty challenging for some but fun to play.

One - Metallica. Intermediate Riffs pretty fast solos.

Midnight - Joe Satriani. Advanced. you'll see.

Paint it Black - Rolling Stones. The Quakes version is cooler IMO. Intermediate when it comes down to rythm.

RevengeIsMine, StickToYourGuns, WhatWillTheySay - the Quakes. Fun. Intermediate. My Fav band.

Rockabilly Guy, Big Green Car - The Polecats. Intermediate. Rockabilly. My kinda style.

Yesterday - The Beatles.

Reach For The Sky, DontDragMeDown - Social Distortion. Intermedaite

Being able to play a wide variety of music is a must for the guitarist who jus wants to keep getting better n better dont you think???
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Al Di Meola - Egyptian Danza
Django Reinhardt - Minor Swing
I think they're both on UG

Ha cool. We're doing Minor Swing in guitar class at school. It sounds awesome.
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ive played guitar for about 8 months now how long should it take me to learn to play this song?

At 8 months it should be easy.

Over the Hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin
Intermediate I would say.
Six-All That Remains
good for alternate picking and not too tough solo.
...... this is a great list however its missing one of the best blues songs IMO

Red House - Jimi Hendrix
However I love the Buddy Guy version of Red House its imtermediate to advanced depending on your ability

Who did you think I was - John Mayer
good upbeat riffs intermediate song and fun to play

Dialogue with the Stars - In Flames
intermediate to advanced difficulty and one of their great instrumentals... definitely worth learning to play
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Egypt Central - Over and Under

Kay, so, I'm just a learning guitar player, so I can't tell if this song is intermediate or what, but, it's a pretty killer song, I think, and would love to be able to play along with it. If someone has the tab or is willing to figure it out, that would be rad! If you can't find the song or need something from me, feel free to email me at Thanks,
Trapped in a Corner - Death anyone?

also i'd say learn Chalice of Blood-Forbidden
No Place For Disgrace - Flotsam + Jetsam

those are all advanced/intermediate... with death probably being the hardest.

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Ozzy - Crazy Train...solo is easy if u learn how to tap...for the rest of the song you'll need a fast hand and a lot of practice...i'd say it's intermediate cuz i've only been playing for around 10 months and i can play it
Ozzy - Crazy Train...solo is easy if u learn how to tap...for the rest of the song you'll need a fast hand and a lot of practice...i'd say it's intermediate cuz i've only been playing for around 10 months and i can play it look on ug
Heres some good songs for intermediates if your one of those metal types............................

Heaven Shall Burn-Voice of the Voiceless

Through The Eyes of the Dead-Force Fed Trauma

The Absence-Necropolis

The Black Dahlia Murder-Statutory Ape
Freewill - Rush
intermediate/advanced, the solo's timing is very hard to get down

Lakeside Park - Rush
Intermediate, got a neat little solo

Whiskey in the jar - Thin Lizzy/metallica
intermediate, Ive found that the metallica one is tabbed more accurate, and if i remember right, the metallica is the same exact version, just tuned down

Rock you like a hurricane - The Scorpions
intermediate/advanced, probably more of a transitional song
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pull harder on the strings of your martyr by trivium is intermediate i think until it gets to the solos, but theyre easy if you can sweep pick
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a good intermediate song

Inferno(unleash the fire) - Symphony X
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Some sort of Marshall Stack
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Little POD thing

Plagued Paradise
I guess these are more "advanced" but:

Between the Buried and Me's Selkies: the Endless Obsession , not thier toughest stuff, but still pretty difficult all together (not to mention its 7 minutes of progressive riffs)

The Black Dahlia Murder's
Miasma , tons of tremolo picking, tons.

Arch Enemy's Stigmata , lovely little instrumental track with alot of the common solo techniques put in, fun to play

pretty sure most of those are on youtube in some form
Blackened by metallica. The solo's very easy to play
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I would suggest Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge.

Getting it perfectly right and sound clean is pretty hard.

My guitar-ego just took a bit hit. That intro is insanely hard to get right. Screw bending and vibrato, I just found a new practice tune...

look, were talking intermediate and advanced here, not expert shredders.
Bark at the moon intermediate?


I agree on fade to black though, lots of melodys, and the solos are playable
I'd have to class 'Under the Bridge' as Beginner/Intermediate (chord forms and hammer-ons are beginner, getting that awesome rhythm is the intermediate part). Also props to the guy who said 'Snow', I'm learning that now. I would also thing that SRVs version of Little Wing is more advanced than intermediate (IMO).

I don't think this has been said but I say -

Yellow Ledbetter - Pearl Jam (Intermediate)

It's got that clasic Hendrix mix of rhythm and lead with some nice muted parts mixed in for good measure.
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i'd say your guitar is out of tune, or you are accidentally muting strings that you aren't trying to, or your right hand isn't strumming at the same time that your left hand is fretting, or you could be reading the tab upside down...
I need a tab thats like heavy metal with some heavy riffs that sound awesome, something thats around the same difficulty as Six by All that Remains?? some help me out
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Gunz n Roses - Sweet Child O Mine /Good for string skipping and appregos.


Buckethead - Jordan /Good for fast picking on ALL strings, and very fast finger movements.

Super Advanced / Expert:

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Dragonforce - Through the Fire and the Flames /Honestly, try it. Its really all easy except for the solo:

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A TON of Artificial Harmonics // Some strange A.H Chords, which im totally confused about how the hell you do that.

Super fast picking / Alternate Picking

Wammy / pedal effects

Practice on memorizing very long, half random songs.
huh where the hell is iron maiden in all this
phantom of the opera is a good song moderately hard song you'll need to developed a strong hand b/c it will hurt after a while i swear they must had been on speed when they play live
J. Satriani - Love Thing most of the song is even begginer but there are three faster passages which make it rather intermediate thing

J.Satriani - Always With Me, Always with You intermediate with more passages and tapping

J. Petrucci - Lost Without You great for articulation practice, some difficult passages included, but not that difficult after all
JerryC- Canon Rock


Eric Johnson- Cliffs of Dover

both awesome songs and STRICTLY guitar
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