#1
which dont have realllly long solos because that just taks too long to learn!

any reccomendations? thanks
#3
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I play a lot of Led Zeppelin songs and I improvise all my solos. I could probably work out what Page plays if I wanted to, but I like adding my own touch to a song. You should try learning the riffs by ear and improvising the solos.


thanks man thats a good idea it will get me used to doing my own solos that way too
#7
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#9
Black Dog.... long solo but you can improvise it pretty easy.
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#11
MOBY DICK !!!!11 such a fun song..but u gotta tune to drop D
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#12
All of Led Zeppelin II
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#14
and btw there ALL fun to play, the rover is really fun to play also....same with babe im gonna leave you, and bron y aur stomp, and foursticks, and ramble on, and since ive been loving you and ALL THE OTHERS. and black mountain side TOO!!!!
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Living Loving Maid for the win!!
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#19
Ramble on is pretty easy, and it doesn't have any major solos in it. It takes a while to get the chord progression down, but once you have it, it is great.
#20
wow lemme get out my tolkian books. kidding, zepp is awesome black dog, houses of the holy, livein lovin maid, rock n roll, all good up beat zepp songs
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