what would you recommend...learning one song at a time or learning a few songs at a time??

im learning seek and destroy which is almost ridiculously easy except for the solo which is whats taking me some time......but theres tons of songs i want to learn.... help plz
the solo isnt too hard as long as you take your time and work up to tempo instead of trying to do it all at once.

and its all preference really. sometimes ill focus on one song, other times ill work on many, no wrong way to do it.
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I flip constantly. When I first started learning, I usually stuck with 2 or 3 songs. It's a lot more fun that way, and you still learn. Often three quarters of a song is easy for you, and that last quarter or so is tough. So you can have the fun of playing the things you know, and learn by learning those few different hard parts. The big thing about when you're starting up to to make sure things don't get stagnant. Play so you're enjoying playing, but don't stop learning.

That aside, just have fun with it. If you're really serious about it, you'll learn what you want/need to.
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I can usually learn 2 songs rhythm parts at a time but only one solo at a time.
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