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So what are those solos that you always wanted to learn, and made you feel like in heaven once you learned them?
Mine were:
"Deep Purple - Highway Star"
"Guns n' Roses - November Rain"
"Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven"
"Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb"

Audioslave - Like A Stone

Honestly, I release a mass ejaculation over people when I play that, and that makes me feel awesome.
welcome home - coheed and cambria. the double solo at the end? i rocked both parts.
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Creep by Radiohead- because it was the first I learned
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"Cowboy Song" - Thin Lizzy

I also felt like the man when I learned the first few measures of "Far Beyond the Sun" long ago.
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I heard that it's one of the most unknown solos out there.

the fast lead in the intro of Death Certificate - Carcass

Funeral thirst - The Black Dahlia Murder
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Dude, with a name like Cannibal Corpse, what were you expecting? Ponies and rainbows?

The second solo in erotomania by Dream Theater for being the first one I learned
stairway to heaven
cowboys from hell
crazy train
and mr crowley
the solos that excited me the most were
the first one i learned
-cowboys from hell-pantera
-hangar 18-megadeth
-symphoy of destruction-megadeth
-technical difficulties-paul gilbert
but i felt more accomplished once i got over the "soloing is impossible" phase when i learned the cfh solo! i almost sh*t my pants
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Audioslave - Be Yourself
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication

not technical or difficult at all just mjade me feel a great sense of accomplishment in my early times of guitar playing
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Anesthesia - (Pulling Teeth) - Metallica

Typical, I know. But when I learned the first half of it, it made me feel so was one of the biggest breakthroughs in my bass playing.
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Audioslave - Like A Stone

Honestly, I release a mass ejaculation over people when I play that, and that makes me feel awesome.

I just learnt the live version to that. There's no solo but I like it. I also learnt the first half of Metallica's One, that's my fave to play at the moment.
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The intro for Universal Mind-Liquid Tension Experiment
All the solos in Erotomania-Dream Theater
When I was able to improvise all over Voodoo Child-Jimi Hendrix
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Protest the Hero's Blindfolds Aside solo. Learned that and it wasnt nearly as hard as i thought
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"Stillborn One" - Necrophagist
"Forest Of October" - Opeth

Its impossible to play those and not feel like a total badass!
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Iron Maiden - Caught Somewhere in Time. I always thought It'd feel SO cool to be able to play it. Months later I learnt both solos. The next full solo I learnt was probably Soldiers of the Wasteland by Dragonforce.

When you "learn" the fretboard, soloing becomes easy, it's basically just scales with a few techniques you might need to learn to apply, ie. sweep picking, tapping etc. You build up.

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Her Voice Resides -- Bullet For My Valentine
Waking The Demon -- Bullet For My Valentine
Them Bones -- Alice In Chains

The intro to Lake Bodom wasn't nearly as hard as I thought it was going to be
Fermented Offal Discharge and Stabwound by Necrophagist made me feel awesome. As did The Leper Affinity by Opeth. The solos in An Autopsy and Pestilence by The Faceless are pretty easy, but make you feel badass when you play em.
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