#1
Which songs help represent the guitar? I say Canon rock and Cliffs of dover. Also, please don't google"LOLOloloLolL!!!lol!!11one!! Fast geetarr s0l0sss!!!!!!loL!o1l!"
#2
I can't think of any, but normally songs that represent the guitar are normally songs that only have guitar (without vocals, and such).


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#3
paint it black.

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#4
smoke on the water

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#5
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Which songs help represent the guitar? I say Canon rock and Cliffs of dover. Also, please don't google"LOLOloloLolL!!!lol!!11one!! Fast geetarr s0l0sss!!!!!!loL!o1l!"


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#6
Something with a really memorable riff. Or a really memorable intro LOL. So like Iron Man, Sleepwalker, stuff like that.

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#8
Anything performed by Andy McKee.
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#9
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Guitars Suck.


Yeah, who the fuck plays guitar these days?
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#10
Seek and Destroy
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#13
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Yeah, who the fuck plays guitar these days?

No, I meant the song.

EDIT: why does Seek and destroy represent guitar?
#17
For The Love Of God - Steve Vai

This song shows just how expressive you can be by playing guitar. The whammy tricks, pinches and slides - when executed as gracefully as Steve - show just how brilliant guitar is and what it's capable of doing.
#19
Always With Me, Always With You
Flying in a Blue Dream

Really almost anything by Satch.
It all makes sense
We're capable of beauty
Through sounds that make on cringe
The dogs only hear us now

#21
Quote by Ben Wright
For The Love Of God - Steve Vai

This song shows just how expressive you can be by playing guitar. The whammy tricks, pinches and slides - when executed as gracefully as Steve - show just how brilliant guitar is and what it's capable of doing.

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I had it on the other day, I was almost creaming from the emotional goodness in it, then my mum comes over to ask me 'what the hell is that crap' I'm listening to.
#23
"Lonesome Train" by Johnny Burnette and The Rock & Roll Trio - The solo defines the twangy Telecaster sound.
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