#1
alright i like songs that are nothing but a guitar solo this means it has no drums, bass, vocals, or anything else besides a guitar so Eruption is out. Can anyone give me some good songs like this I'd really like something from Yngwie Malmsteen if you know any but I want to hear any song like this. Thank you.
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#4
electric or acoustic doesnt matter
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#5
I'd say Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo & Gabriela but I don''t know if you want acoustic songs too

Edit: Oh well then Classical Gas and lots of songs by Rodrigo & Gabriela
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Last edited by juan9122 at Jul 16, 2008,
#6
Well it's very difficult to think of songs that are intrumental but with specifically NO drums, or bass.

Nirvana - Grey Goose and Tool - Viginti Tres are pretty good instrumentals.
#8
i no its difficult i only know like 5 thats why i thought u guys would no some different ones
#10
Buckethead's 'Electric Tears' album.

Brought me to tears.
When you saw me sleeping
thought I was dreaming
of you...


I didn't tell you
That the only dream
Is Valium for me
#11
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I'd say Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo & Gabriela but I don''t know if you want acoustic songs too

Just get the entire album, its great...
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#12
The first 10 minutes or so of I Know You're Here by Steve Vai from G3: Live in Denver. It's pretty much a song in itself.
Great song, and Malmsteen's on the DVD so I guess it halfway counts
#14
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#17
not even close to a guitar solo, but i like Love is a Place by Metric
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#20
Paul Gilbert - Get Out of My Yard
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#21
thanks guys and i got Maggot Brain its not pure guitar but it is soooo cool i love it anyway lol
#23
Black Mountain Slide - Led Zeppelin
(Don't Start) Too Late - Black Sabbath
Laguna Sunrise - Black Sabbath
Fluff - Black Sabbath
Dee - Randy Rhoads (Ozzy)
Spanish Fly - Van Halen

And of course there is Eruption, but that has a little bit of drums.

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#24
thanks guys i got a few new ones off this, im goin to bed please keep em coming ill check em all out tomorrow. Goodnight.
#25
dude
"voice of the soul"- death
definatley

just a beautiful song
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