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#1
What do you think would be the best song that influenced your playing pretty strongly?

Mine would have to be learning guns n roses licks, but mostly double talkin jive that gave me major groove and had an awesome solo that made me wanna play like slash.
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#5
I'd have to say Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd and Sexy Sadie by the Beatles, they're not the hardest, but I really love both songs, and they prove that you don't have to be able to play super fast to sound awesome.
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#6
Sunshine of your love - Cream
Layla (unplugged) - Clapton
Limelight - Rush
Tin Pan Alley - SRV
Brown Sugar - ZZ Top


any of those have influenced my playing a lot.
#7
Tool - Lateralus
the timing in the chorus took ages to get down but in the end its so good.

Protest The Hero - No Stars Over Bethlehem
its just crazy so that was good
#8
I can't name a particular song but Tony Iommi had a strong influence on my playing style. So I guess anything off of the album Black Sabbath by, well... Black Sabbath.
#9
Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton
****ing love the intro and chords.

Master of Puppets - Metallica
kick ass riffs??!?!? YES!!
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#11
It's two separate questions...

Best song I've learned: Tears In Heaven or Dandelion by Audioslave. I know a lot of songs, but I don't know a lot of difficult songs. Only been playing for 11 months without enough dedication.

Song that's had the most influence on my style: Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen/many others. I've done so much with that song using my favorite techniques. Really made it my own, and it defines my playing style. The way I play it, with my fiance singing, has made a lot of people cry.
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#12
Kill 'em All
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#13
glassgow kiss- john petrucci
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#15
Can anyone tell me the best tab for learning Comfortably numb? Free or bought I don't care, I just want it to be as accurate as possible, thanks ahead of time for any responses.
#16
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#17
Nightrain or Welcome to the Jungle. Both songs rule and are fun to jam with. They also gave me a great sense of accomplishment when I learned them.
#18
Joe satriani - always with me always with you
The darkness - i believe in a thing called love lol
Guns and roses - sweet child o'mine
Neil young - heart of gold
#19
Opeth - Leper Affinity
Megadeth - Holy Wars....Punishment Due (Still learning all of it)
Bark At The Moon - Ozzy Osbourne
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#24
I feel lame... I can't really play that many full songs on electric guitar except for my own. Actually I don't think I can play any full songs.
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#25
I can't pick a single song...

"Barracuda" - Heart. Best song ever, IMHO. I adore the fast, galloping rhythm used.

"Brown Sugar" - Rolling Stones. Enormous influence over how I make riffs.

"Born to Run" - Bruce Springsteen. I always write with a sense of grandiosity and harmony, with no one part dominating the others, largely because of this song.

"YYZ" - Rush. Wacky time signatures ahoy!
#27
from the most Br00tal band evar...Thunderhorse. that song really helped with my sweeping. also another good song for me was sultans of swing
#28
Comfortably Numb is the song that influenced me the most... Quickly became my favourite song to play and my overall favourite song.

Just perfect.

In terms of acoustic guitar, I think that the best song I've learned is Signe by Eric Clapton.
#29
Slayer, Slayer anything

Right now i`m really into Angel of Death, the one interlude part is f`ing HARD. and little bits here and there are impossible to hit right at that speed.
#30
WTF, I'm surprised, Cliffs of Dover was definitely the BEST song I ever learned, try it next time with your band, but split it up between the two guitars.... and put in more shred improv here and there, it's awesome.
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#31
Little Wing

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#32
Probably heartbreaker by Led Zeppelin, I love the song, it sounds good and it's not too hard which is good considering i've only been playing for 4 months. Although I get raped the by the solo on that song, dude holy f*ck thats hard.
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Probably heartbreaker by Led Zeppelin, I love the song, it sounds good and it's not too hard which is good considering i've only been playing for 4 months. Although I get raped the by the solo on that song, dude holy f*ck thats hard.


just start working on the easiest parts, then the next easiest parts and work your way up. in time with quality effort, youll get it.... danyouson
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#34
2113- Co&Ca

to me it sounds like Rush if there were 2 alex lifesons playing interweaving parts
#35
Under the Bridge- RHCP
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#36
Learning "Symphony of Destruction" a month ago has got me out of a two year rut of not playing guitar at all
For playing Marty Friedman accurately, it's the best song I've ever learnt.
That is until I get Tornado of Souls down!
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#37
On Acoustic - Tears in the Rain - Joe Satriani

On Electric - The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing - Joe Satriani
#38
Waterfall- The Stone Roses.

Nice and easy, and felt great when I eventually got it right.
#39
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