#1
so i really want to learn a new guitar piece but i cant think of anything to learn. I want to learn a guitar solo piece (think eugiene's bag of tricks, jerryc, etc) but dont suggest some crazy song that is really difficlut. I would say i am an intermidate player.

thanks and any suggesion would help
#3
Glasgow Kiss - John Petrucci

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#4
Try and learn Ocean by John Butler on an electric guitar.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=5xZw9D9c18E
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#5
JerryC? Learn Canon Rock. It's not as hard as it sounds.
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#7
hey joe solo by hendrix is pretty cool, im learnin it atm, not difficult either
#8
Midnight - Joe Satriani, it isn't that difficult and will get you used to 2-handed tapping.
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The Loner - Gary Moore

easy and sounds wicked
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#10
get grow your own moustache from mattias eklundh. There's something different for you.
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Soul of a Robot from John 5 is pretty sick, but your gonna have to find his tab book for that one... Its not that hard.. just... tiring I guess...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=dtOg8TUnKco


Wow. That was really tiring. And annoying tone...
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