#1
whats the easiest slash song to play?
something from gnr vr please
i want to learn something but paradise city and sweet child and welcome to the jungle is to hard
#3
patience


EDIT: The song patience, I wasn't preaching about patience and fall to pieces thats a good song from VR
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#5
knockin on heavens door.
easy solos to learn. you can get really expressive with those big bends aswell.
learn that.
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#7
yeah yeah i know
practice blah blah blah
but i need to learn a full song
and something with an easy solo would help
and can almost play all of do it for the kids by velvet revolver, just not the solo and end solo after the trem picking
#8
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#11
dont cry

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#12
nightrain (although i can never remember the solo if im not looking directly at it while i play it)

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#13
acually paradice city is pretty easy, its all basicly three chords, and three notes, sweet child o mine is pretty much a d, c, and g chord with d min pentatonic licks, and welcome to the junge, for most of the song is only and a chord, and you hit the g note...i dont think it gets much ezer...if you cant get those, try, adn work hard on those to build your skill level...then you can pretty much learn them all ezily
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acually paradice city is pretty easy, its all basicly three chords, and three notes, sweet child o mine is pretty much a d, c, and g chord with d min pentatonic licks, and welcome to the junge, for most of the song is only and a chord, and you hit the g note...i dont think it gets much ezer...if you cant get those, try, adn work hard on those to build your skill level...then you can pretty much learn them all ezily

sweet child o mines riff is all based around one chord

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#15
Fall to pieces is pretty simple. Sweet Child is not easy, but its a fun song to learn. Knocking on heaven's door studio is pretty straightforward.
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#16
^^ Sweet Child O' Mine is easy, just not the solos of course, for a beginner.

Anyway. Don't Cry and My Michelle are probably the overall easiest to learn.
#18
Welcome to the jungle isn't that hard at all, the tabs make it SEEM hard but it really isn't.
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#19
Well all the songs you listed are easy I learned Paradise City after playing a couple months and it wasn't bad at all. Slither is pretty easy as well, as is She Builds Quick Machines.
#20
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Welcome to the jungle isn't that hard at all, the tabs make it SEEM hard but it really isn't.

totally. i hated the tabs. but one day i decided to look at it, and it was quite simple.
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