#4
Well it depends on what your strengths are, what techniques you've only just learnt, what you've mastered, what you've never touched etc etc
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#5
7.5/10
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#6
doing it on a scale is flawed by default because all guitarists have different styles and skill levels. its the sorta song you should learn when you've been playing for just under a year, if you're looking for a slight challenge
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#7
3 at best, thats why years ago ever guitar player could play it, that scene in waynes world, with the sign that says NO STAIRWAY - remember that?- that wasn't a joke, many guitar shops in my area had those same signs up, way before that movie ever made that joke
#11
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#12
well i probably would give this song a 5, considering it was one of the first songs i ever learned to play. i still havent gotten around to learning the solo so idk about the difficulty on that, but the rest of the song is pretty straight forward as long as you can play chords and finger pick a little
#13
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3 at best, thats why years ago ever guitar player could play it, that scene in waynes world, with the sign that says NO STAIRWAY - remember that?- that wasn't a joke, many guitar shops in my area had those same signs up, way before that movie ever made that joke


so in the shops you couldn't play stairway to heaven? I'm not going to play it then...
#14
I can't play it in it's entirety but I can play alot of songs that I know are harder

The solo is a bit for me also, but I know if I just sat down with it I could get it
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#15
stairway is like the 2nd song i learned when I first got my guitar haha, pretty much just memorization, chords arent hard
#17
i have been playing it....and i found out if you can remember it is very easy...

i have problems remembering it
#18
id say its about 5 or 6, its mostly just memorizing it, and getting the timing down
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#19
The problem with grading guitar difficulties is that the instrument has a strange sliding scale. Firstly its hard, then everything seems to get a bit easier but then to perfect techniques it gets tricky again.

I'd say 'Stairway...' really is dead centre of the scale.
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