#1
There are probably 100 other threads like this one, so I'll apologize for that in advance.

Audition for a musical school is coming up, and I need something to play. Obviously I can't play what I've been playing since I picked up the guitar (metal), so I figured out I should try my luck with something a bit easier on the ears, preferably on clean/lightly overdriven. So something bluesish/jazzish instrumentalish (sorry ) popped up into my head as a good starting point.

However, I need something I can learn to play relatively quick and adapt to my current technique based around rock/metal, which means no odd supermuting-weird-thing-fingerstyle(well you get it).

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance for the help.
#2
D-Natural Blues - Wes Montgomery (Just maybe take out the keyboard solo and improvise)


Sorry, that's all I could think of on the spot.
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way
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#3
Quote by Dimebag22
D-Natural Blues - Wes Montgomery (Just maybe take out the keyboard solo and improvise)


Sorry, that's all I could think of on the spot.


Is it just me, or when you search for a jazz song on for example youtube, you find 4-5 different songs under the exactly same title
#4
I Dont Need No Doctor - John Scofield feat. John Mayer

E blues

great for instrumentals
just keep the main riff going for most of it. otherwise very fun to jam to, check it out

or do some classic rock
pinball wizard?
my generation always gets a crowd goin
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Tele's

"Oh I'll play the blues for you"
Last edited by Blurry 505 at Feb 20, 2008,