#1
Stuff like Gn'R, EVH, Led Zep, Motley Crue. Intermediate skill, thanks.
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#3
i like how you listed three bands that only have one guitarist. but try Iron Maiden, they're the best for dual guitar playing
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#4
Yeah I know, but I was looking for music in that style.
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#6
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i like how you listed three bands that only have one guitarist. but try Iron Maiden, they're the best for dual guitar playing


Very good point about the bands listed haha, although they do double-track in the studio and put leads over the top so I guess that's what TS means.

And yeah, Iron Maiden are also great for a triple-guitar onslaught these days, though it's rare all three are playing in harmony rather than one playing rhythm and two harmonising each other during lead passages.

I'd suggest, surprisingly the 'metal elite' will think, Avenged Sevenfold as someone said above as they use a lot of inter-locking harmonies, where it isn't just major and minor thirds.

Also, a classic example of harmony is Hotel California by The Eagles/Clapton. The end passage alone is a great introduction to writing suspense-building melodies.
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#8
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i like how you listed three bands that only have one guitarist. but try Iron Maiden, they're the best for dual guitar playing

GnR has 2 guitarists(slash-era ofc).
#10
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GnR has 2 guitarists(slash-era ofc).


That was his point! Of the four bands listed, only one (G'n'R) has two guitarists. The other three had one guitarist.

#11
ride the lightning by metallica. not very easy though

but +1 to freebird
#13
I can't not think of Judas Priest when the topic is "good use of two guitars".
#14
there should be a forum already covering this cause i replied to it yesterday but whatever, try the eagles or crosby stills nash and young. You can also go crazy with the beatles or the stones.
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ride the lightning by metallica. not very easy though

but +1 to freebird

Metallica rarely to never make good use of 2 guitars except for solos, but I think the OP means like harmonizing. The only exceptions I can think of are One, and some of the other songs on ...And Justice. All Kirk does is mirror James' rhythm outside of soloing, and they're power chord riffs at that, and are not hard at all.

I know a lot of bands that do nothing but harmonizing, and I could give them to you, but they are A., advanced, and B., not along the style of music you want.
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#16
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I can't not think of Judas Priest when the topic is "good use of two guitars".

Agreed. Priest and Thin Lizzy wrote the book on two guitar attacks.