#1
Title says it all...

I've been learning a few solos so far. The ones I can play with no problem are Heart Full of Soul by Yardbirds, Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana, and Tangerine by Led Zeppelin.

Can somebody suggest me the next solo I should try tackling?
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#5
i would try the first part of the dani california solo, it well get you into the groove of triplets
you can ignore the second part for now lol unless you want to give it a try

alot of new stadium arcadium songs are relatively easy

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#6
The first solo (well, maybe not your conventional but it still counts) I learned was the opening one from One. That's not a bad one. Slow and bluesy.

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#8
Any of the solos from In the Name of God by Dream Theater.

Just kidding.

You should hear them if you haven't though. That song is amazing and those solos are ridiculous.

The solo from Soil by System of a Down is pretty easy and it sounds pretty cool.
#10
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