#1
Well, I'm stuck in a rut again. I'm in that place where you know you're not up to shred or do any virtuoso playing, but you're still a pretty good guitarist, but don't know where to turn or get new inspiration.

So, here're the songs/solos I know how to play, which're on my rough level of playing...
(Don't) Fear the Reaper- Blue Oyster Cult.
Sweet Child O Mine- Guns n Roses.
Master of Puppets- Metallica.
Crazy Train- Ozzy.
Time- Pink Floyd.
Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2- Pink Floyd.
Comfortably Numb- Pink Floyd.
Wish You Were Here (most of it, at least)- Pink Floyd.
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen.
Under the Bridge- Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Californication- Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Snow ((Hey Oh)) [the main riff at tempo)- Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Rock You Like A Hurricane (minus the solo)- The Scorpions.
Thunderstruck (intro, clean, at tempo)- AC/DC.

Here're a few songs I've given up learning, for now at least...
Concerto- Cacophony.
Cliffs of Dover- Eric Johnson.
Smoke on the Water- Deep Purple.
Paradise City- Guns n Roses.


So, recommend me a few songs/solos I wouldn't find incredibly easy or jaw-droppingly difficult. Thanks all.

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
#2
Definately keep trying cliffs of dover, I practice that song every day and it makes you better, But listen to rush that's how I got good.
Gear: Gibson SG standard EMG ZW pickups, vintage Acoustic combo, Boss ME-50, 12 string Ibanez.