#1
I finally got the Stairway to Heaven solo down pat after about a month (and a half?) anyway.. what are some solos in that difficulty range that could help inprove my chops?
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#3
Almost any Ac/dc solos.
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#4
knocking on heavens door-GnR
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#7
crazy train is really easy
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#9
Alot of punk-rock solos (considering the band can solo) such as Social D, Greenday,etc. Also grunge like Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine solos arent too hard
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#11
Rather than just learning as many easy solos as you can, find something hard and pick it apart piece by piece and learn it in really small chunks, practicing with a metronome until you have the entire thing nailed.

Try doing this with the solo from Tornado of Souls by Megadeth.
#13
the easy solo's don't usually get you far, like cowboyup said, just pick something harder than you are capable of and practice it in parts
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