#1
Whats the most technically impressive arppegio, song, run, phrase or solo that you have mastered?

Mine would have to be some yngwie styled 3 string diminished sweeps up the neck then a descending altpick/legato harmonic minor run.

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#2
Classical Gas by Mason Williams sounds great if you really learn it right. It always seems to impress people, too.
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#3
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Classical Gas by Mason Williams sounds great if you really learn it right. It always seems to impress people, too.

The rhythm guitarist in my band played Classical Gas once at school. He was automatically assigned the title of "Guitar God".
#4
Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven....

....Yh Sacrelage i know


Edit:Oh yh most of satch boogie
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#10
Eugenes Trickbag from the movie crossroads

can't play it at full speed (need to get itlike 30% faster) but the arpeggios are still impressive
#11
A legato lick across 2 strings i made up that ended up as 32nds. i impressed myself on that one. Other people just happened to look at it and go... oh, thats nice, couldn't see much past the blurr... but it sounded ok nonetheless. Lets get lunch
#12
Most time consuming and complex I would say is Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
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#13
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Most time consuming and complex I would say is Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
If you learn the whole thing (Winter, Spring, Fall, and Summer) definitly

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