#1
hey, I'm getting into classical stuff, and yngwie ive heard is neo classical (and i want to break away from my current dysfunctional band and make a new one that is neo classical hard rock) and i need some inspiration for classical styled rock playing (ive already studied randy rhoads) so im looking for any killer yngwie tracks. can anyone suggest any? thanks
#2
i enjoy his first album "rising force" and the tracks far beyond the sun and trilogy suite op and uhhh blitzkrieg
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#3
Quote by HenHouse
i enjoy his first album "rising force" and the tracks far beyond the sun and trilogy suite op and uhhh blitzkrieg

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#5
I'm a Malmsteen expert so i'll help you, if you like more classic stuff check these videos out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rd0TXvG2CY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOSmUpTFKwY&feature=related


For songs check out The Seventh Sign,
Demon Driver (awesome sweeps),
Crash and Burn,
I'm a viking,
Dreaming (awesome "almost acoustic"),
Rising Force
Fire and Ice (again awesome sweep intro)

I also have a Far Beyond the sun cover if yo want to check it out.

Malmsteen pwns.

Edit: I also tend to ignore the vocals, they are too cheesy, just focus on the guitars.
#8
Listen to his song Deja Vu and you will get a nice idea of how to make an awesome neo-classical riff , also make sure you use lots of Diminished runs and chromatic diminished sweeps

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#9
You want some unbelievable classically influenced guitar work? Jason Becker's album Perpetual Burn is amazing, and even more inspirational (or depressing, depending on how you look at it) because of how young he was when he wrote and recorded it. Absolutely check it out.