#1
Basically, how much can you play on the guitar? When I used to play electric guitar, I could play quite a few tunes (especially The Allman Brothers Band), but I actually don't know that many classical yet. This is my repertoire:

"Asturias" - Isaac Albeniz
"BWV 1006 - Prelude" - Johann Sebastian Bach
"BWV 1007 - Prelude" - Johann Sebastian Bach
"Vals No. 3" - Agustin Barrios Mangore
"Vals No. 4" - Agustin Barrios Mangore
"Las Abejas" - Agustin Barrios Mangore
"Una Limosna Por El Amor De Dios" - Agustin Barrios Mangore
"Los Caujaritos" - Ignacio "Indio" Figuerdo
"Cavatina" - Stanley Myers
"The Swan" - Camille Saint-Saens (duet)
"Gran Solo (Excerpt)" - Fernando Sor
"Nocturno" - Federico Moreno Torroba
"Fandanguillo" - Federico Moreno Torroba
"Sonatina 1st Movement" - Federico Moreno Torroba
"Fandanguillo" - Joaquin Turina
"Choros No. 1" - Heitor Villa-Lobos
"Etude No. 1" - Heitor Villa-Lobos

Along with a few I am working on (both my compositions and others).

Post your repertoire.
#3
Quote by Jimmyyoung
My "repertoire" is 8 inches

Goddammit, I wanted to say that.

Anyway I imagine most guitarists here probably won't want to take the time to write it all out. Me included.
#4
I suffer the lapse of not having learnt anything the whole way through, but instead learn lots of little riffs and licks. Pieces I have learnt for Grades or whatever:

Hideaway - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers w/ Eric Clapton
Fade to Black - Metallica
#5
You shook me all night long - ACDC
Burnin for you - Blue Oyster Cult
More than a feeling - Boston
LA Woman - The Doors
Layla - Eric Clapton
Aqualung - Jethro Tull
Purple Haze - Jimmi Hendrix
Wind Cries Marry- Jimmi Hendrix
Carry on Wayward Son - Kansas
Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
Samba Pa Ti - Santana

Probably more that I don't remember.
#6
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You shook me all night long - ACDC
Burnin for you - Blue Oyster Cult
More than a feeling - Boston
LA Woman - The Doors
Layla - Eric Clapton
Aqualung - Jethro Tull
Purple Haze - Jimmi Hendrix
Wind Cries Marry- Jimmi Hendrix
Carry on Wayward Son - Kansas
Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
Samba Pa Ti - Santana

Probably more that I don't remember.
"Samba Pa Ti" is one of my favorites.
#7
Quote by blue_strat
I suffer the lapse of not having learnt anything the whole way through, but instead learn lots of little riffs and licks. Pieces I have learnt for Grades or whatever:

Hideaway - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers w/ Eric Clapton
Fade to Black - Metallica


Wah? hey, you and i both know that guitarists don't actually learn songs all the way through...its a common occurence...we get to around what scientists call the bridge and then we lose interest...sir, you are officially a guitarist
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Wonderboy - Tenacious D
Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Spoke in the Wheel - BLS
Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
2112 - Rush
Godzilla - BOC
House of the Rising Sun - The Animals
Don't Fear (The Reaper) - BOC
For Whom the Bell Tolls - Metallica
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Jessica - The Allman Brothers
Thunderstruck - AC/DC
Have a drink on me - AC/DC
Drunken Lullabies - Flogging Molly
Voodoo Chile (slight return) - SRV
Cumbersome - Seven Mary Three
Shine - Collective Soul
Heavy - Collective Soul
Voodoo - Godsmack
Awake - Godsmack
Low - Foo Fighters
Blind - Korn

I really don't feel like going on
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#9
Quote by Jimmyyoung
My "repertoire" is 8 inches


That explains your avatar.
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#11
Quote by deadhand329
Wah? hey, you and i both know that guitarists don't actually learn songs all the way through...its a common occurence...we get to around what scientists call the bridge and then we lose interest...sir, you are officially a guitarist

lol
#12
Yeah sadly I also tend to learn only the best bits of songs rather than the whole songs. I'd rather do my own stuff than learning someone elses. But here's the one's I can do completely. I play bass btw.

Catch 22 - 1234 1234
Streetlight Manifesto - Everything Went Numb
Streetlight Manifesto - A Moment of Violence
Rage Against the Machine - Take the Power Back
Rage Against the Machine - Sleep Now in the Fire
Rage Against the Machine - Calm Like a Bomb
The Casualties - Unknown Soldier
Mighty Mighty Bosstones - The Impression That I Get
Suicide Machines - Hey Ska!
Metallica - Harvester of Sorrow
Metallica - Orion
Metallica - For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live Day on the Green version)

Now that I made the list, I didn't think I had learned as many full songs.
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#13
What do you define as "repertoire"? I know bunches and bunches of riffs, but I know fewer songs all the way through.

"1985" - Bowling For Soup
"American Idiot" - Green Day
"Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)" - Pink Floyd
"Basket Case" - Green Day
"Bounce" - System of a Down
"Brain Stew" - Green Day
"Carry on, Wayward Son" - Kansas
"Come Out and Play" - The Offspring
"Disco" - Crossfade
"Dust in the Wind" - Kansas
"Hash Pipe" - Weezer
"Hit That" - The Offspring
"Holiday" - Green Day
"Just Stop" - Disturbed
"Killing in the Name" - Rage Against the Machine
"Light Grenades" - Incubus
"Letterbomb" - Green Day
"Lost in Hollywood" - System of a Down
"Love Hurts" - Incubus
"Megalomaniac" - Incubus
"Ohio (Come Back to Texas)" - Bowling for Soup
"Old School Hollywood" - System of a Down
"Original Prankster" - The Offspring
"Panic Prone" - Chevelle
"Question!" - System of a Down
"Radio/Video" - System of a Down
"St. Jimmy" - Green Day
"Shine" - Collective Soul
"Sugar, We're Goin Down" - Fall Out Boy
"Tug-O-War" - Chevelle
"UHF" - Weird Al Yankovic
"Undone (The Sweater Song) - Weezer
"Vicinity of Obscenity" - System of a Down
"Violent Pornogrophy" - System of a Down
"Vultures" - The Offspring
"When I Come Around" - Green Day

Plus probably a few others I forgot about. That's stuff I know most of the way through, if not all of the way through.
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#14
About an inch and a half

But seriously, I don't think I've learned another persons music in forever, it just doesn't interest me musically anymore.
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#15
Jesus, I don't even know.

There are about 50-60 rock songs

and about 120 jazz standards that I couldn't play if you asked me to, but if I heard a bit of it first, would all click back and I'd be able to play it.
#16
I don't know a lot of songs all the way through, usually I just learn random riffs or solo's that sound cool, but the list of songs I know all the way through that I can still remember completely are:

RHCP- Soul To Squeeze
RHCP- Under The Bridge
RHCP- Higher Ground
SRV- Texas Flood
Metallica- One
Metallica- Fade To Black
Ozzy Osbourne- Crazy Train
Ozzy Osbourne- Bark At The Moon
Ozzy Osbourne- Rock N Roll Rebel
Black Sabbath- Paranoid

Theres a few more, but not worth listing.
#17
about 6 and a half inches....


edit: goddamit!!!! **** **** **** **** ****!@!!!! someone beat me to it.
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#18
I have a good 2- 2 1/2 hours of material but i dont want to type up all the songs.
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#19
Don't know. A lot :\
All the way through:
RHCP - Under The Bridge
RHCP - Can't Stop
Deep Purple - Highway Star
Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven
Guns n' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine
Nightwish - Beauty And The Beast
Thin Lizzy - Dancing In The Moonlight
Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There

Improvising the solos:
Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark
Iron Maiden - The Trooper
Iron Maiden - Hallowed By The Name
Iron Maiden - Ghost Of The Navigator
Racer X - Technical Difficulties
Judas Priest - Painkiller
Judas Priest - Electric Eye
Gary Moore - Parisienne Walkways
Megadeth - Holy Wars
ACDC - Back In Black
ACDC - Highway To Hell
ACDC - Thunderstruck
Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing
Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing
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#20
I've got about 2 hrs worth of acoustic songs that I play at coffee houses and stuff. And like every Nirvana song.
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#21
master of puppets-metallica- play it every day
fade to black-metallica
nothing else matters-metallica
welcome home sanitarium-metallica
battery-metallica
one-metallica
leper messiah-metallica
unforgiven-metallica
detonation-trivium - took me ages to get the that damn solo
pull harder on strings of your martyr-trivium
like light to flies-trivium
angel of death - slayer- solo hard as hell to get right still having trouble with it
raining blood-slayer
crazy train- zacc wylde version
back in black-acdc
the light that blinds-shadows fall
stairway to heaven-zepplin
bed of razors-COB
Needled 24/7-COB
and various punk rock crap not even worth mentioning, its all just simple riffs with slight variations

learning some opeth atm theyre so good
#22
BLUESTRAT STOLED MY AVATAR!! grrr
and i can play lots.. from Metallica to As i Lay Dying to Lynyrd Skynyrd to my own stuff to old blues stuff.. i dont really feel like listing it all right now
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"Fandanguillo" - Federico Moreno Torroba
"Fandanguillo" - Joaquin Turina




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Why two of the same name?
#25
eh I'm one of the guys that just learn the best bits from loads of songs. I really don't see the point in learning full songs because I'm not performing at the moment.
Hmmm actually I know quite a lot of acoustic songs but hardly any electric songs all the way through.
#26
Quote by blue_strat
I suffer the lapse of not having learnt anything the whole way through, but instead learn lots of little riffs and licks. Pieces I have learnt for Grades or whatever:

Hideaway - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers w/ Eric Clapton
Fade to Black - Metallica



1+


Hm I can play more or less whole Nightrain
Some Dylan
Some Nirvana
Some Nationalteatern
Killing in the Name and No Shelter more or less. Excluding the Killing in the Name solo.
#27
Quote by Jimmyyoung
My "repertoire" is 8 inches


lol, first post in, i'd expect nothing less from the pit!

mine is 6 inches......from the floor
#28
Last Kiss - Pearl Jam
Drifting - Pearl Jam
Welcome Home - Coheed and Cambria
Man In The Box - Alice in Chains
You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC
Creep - Stone Temple Pilots
Remedy - Seether
Driven Under - Seether
Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Aces High - Iron Maiden

and riffs solos pulled from different songs
#29
Theres too much to write but:

Primus - all 4 string stuff
Nirvana - Guitar, bass and drums


Pretty much all artists i like and listen to loads i know a lot of t heir songs.
#30
Money- Pink Floyd
Seven Nation Army- White Stripes
Iron Man- Black Sabbath
Higher Ground- Red Hot Chili Peppers
Can't Stop- RHCP
Master of Puppets- Metallica
Enter Sandman- Metallica
Tonight I Wanna Rock you Tonight- Spinal Tap
Sweet Child O Mine- Guns N' Roses
Paradise City- GNR
Garden of Eden- GNR

Probably more that I can't remember.