#1
what are some old style classical pieces with piano, or violin, etc (ex canon) that were recreated into more modern rock pieceas, for electric guitar? thanks! and please no CANON ROCK i already learned it
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#2
Cannon in Ds been redone to death on youtube

look for JerryCs version, he did it 1st
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#3
and The Ecstacy of Golds been redone by Metallica
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#7
how about canon rock
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#8
Paganini's 5th caprice
Paganini's Moto Perpetuo
Toccata and Fugue
Flight Of The Bumblebee
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#9
Don't forget Bouree by Jethro tull.
Guitars:
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Gibson Les Paul Bfg
Acoustics
Ibanez GSR200FM Bass
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#10
Steve Vai - Eugene's Trick Bag is based off of Paganini's 5th Caprice.
Bach - Toccata and Fugue is a fun one as well.
Mozart - Turkish March
Beethoven's 5th Symphony
Beethoven - Fur Elise
Children of Bodom - Passage to the Reaper is their rendition of Vivaldi's Summer Presto

There's plenty.
#12
Guy named Dave Edmunds did a version of Sabre Dance for guitar.
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