#1
How should I start to learn lead guitar? I'm an ok player, I can play Stairway, Under the Bridge, I'm learning Rock & Roll.
And whart are some songs with medium difficulty solos? I play classic rock, alt./modern, and punk(no solos there though). Thanks.
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#2
Sweet Child o Mine - the whole song

if that's not difficult enough then

Paradise city,



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#3
I already know the intro, and anything else?
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#4
Have you played the stairway solo?

I am more into improvising and knowing how to make a good solo, so the only one I ever learned was Bohemian Rhapsody. It's a pretty easy solo.

Oh, and sympathy for the devil.
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#5
I know you said you're into Rock & Roll, and probably moreso then metal, but give Livin After Midnight by Judas Priest a shot. Runnin' With the Devil is also easy.No Excuses by Alice in Chains has a nice midlevel lead/solo, and so does Man in the Box.
#6
If you're looking for more Zep stuff you may want to try the song "the Ocean". It has a decent solo and a nice swing bit at the end. If you like Sweet Child O' mine/ GnR you can try the solo from November rain or knocking on heaven's door.

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#8
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I already know the intro, and anything else?

Thats why he said the whole song.

The intro is a piece of cake. The solo is slightly harder. 'Specially the wah stuff on teh second part.

Maybe somethign sorta more fun like the crazy train solo?

Eruption is sorta fun to play, maybe not everythign but parts of it.

november rain is good too.
#9
If you play a lot of rock and want to start soloing, you should learn the minor pentatonic scale. Helps you get started on improvising your own solos.