#1
My guitar teacher has told me to find 15-20 songs that i want to learn.
I have writen down these:

Metallica:
Fade to black
Master of puppets
Enter sandman
One
Eric Clapton:
Layla
Guns n’ roses:
Sweet child o’ mine

Anyone have some more ideas??
#4
Knocking on Heaven's Door
Electric Funeral
Paranoid
Painkiller
The Trooper
Welcome to Bucketheadland
Hangar 18
Through Fire and Flames
No Boundaries
Canon Rock
Mirror Mirror
Welcome to Dying
Lochness
Mr Crowley
Crazy Train
Far Beyond the Sun
Get out of my yard
Technical Difficulties

Congratulations...Now after memorizing and learning all of this you can pretty much play anything. Take your time though it may take a long while.
Let's go back to five billion bpm and see how good i am.
#5
Well it's its entirely up to you because you've probably got different musical taste than people here. But to add to the Metallica list, I'd go for Nothing Else Matters, aswell. You could add some RHCP too, Frusciante makes some good stuff.
#6
Quote by 12Jim34
Well it's its entirely up to you because you've probably got different musical taste than people here. But to add to the Metallica list, I'd go for Nothing Else Matters, aswell. You could add some RHCP too, Frusciante makes some good stuff.


Yes i love "Nothing else maters" And beauce of the i can allready play it.

But thx anyway
#8
Quote by tobysaurus
You want us to pick songs that you want to learn?

I fail to see the logic...


Nope... I want you to fresh up my memory so i can see the songs i have forgotten.
#9
Unholy Confessions by Avenged Sevenfold *grabs flame shield*
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#10
ATTACK, good list. Might i add, though:
Mystical potato head Groove Thing - Satch
Vincent - Chet atkins, a Don Mclean cover
Sky is Crying - many but SRV is most popular
Sultans of Swing - Dire Straights
Holy Wars/Punishment due - megadeth
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#11
Who's your teacher, guitar pro?

Should a human teacher be teaching you how to play songs?
#12
Well, i'm honoured! : ) lol

I can only guess what you're into from what you've put already, so i suggest maybe;

Holy Diver - Dio
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
Highway Star - Deep Purple
The Wickerman - Iron Maiden
Rainmaker - Iron Maiden
Hysteria - Muse
Bark At The Moon - Ozzy Osbourne
Dying In Your Arms - Trivium


and, if it helps, i learnt;

Suffocating Under Words of Sorrow - Bullet For My Valentine
10 Years Today - Bullet For My Valentine
The End of Heartache - Killswitch Engage
White Walls - Still Remains
My Immortal - Evanescence
Pull Harder On The Strings of Your Martyr - Trivium
Descend The Shades of Night - Machine Head (This song is brilliant as it has a bit of everything...)
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Sad But True - Metallica
The Rememberance Ballad - Atreyu

Obviously ommiting some of the solos...

But i just found play the bits you can do, move onto another song, learn something else, and then you'll come back to the bit you couldnt do a couple of months later, and it will seem a whole lot easier! (in my experience anyway)...

Hope that helps (sorry my tastes are slightly more on the Metalcore side...)
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Quote by tobysaurus
You want us to pick songs that you want to learn?

I fail to see the logic...


Searching for logic in the internet is like searching for a hair in an egg.
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#16
Quote by ConfusedBirdman
ATTACK, good list. Might i add, though:
Mystical potato head Groove Thing - Satch
Vincent - Chet atkins, a Don Mclean cover
Sky is Crying - many but SRV is most popular
Sultans of Swing - Dire Straights
Holy Wars/Punishment due - megadeth


Thanks man. These songs definitely complete the list. With Sultans of Swing every necessary technique including fingerpicking is covered.
Let's go back to five billion bpm and see how good i am.