#1
i've been playing for about 1.5 years -- i can play the solo from mr brownstone and the solos from i believe in a thing called love---- im trying to attempt metal solos like wake up dead from megadeth but i feel its way too hard--- are their solos inbetween those difficultys?
#2
Mr. Brownstone = best GnR song ever.

you should learn the pentatonic scale (if you dont already know it) so you can make up your own solos!
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#3
dude i know the pentatnoic scale--- you pretty much can't escape it because everything is pentatonic scale
#5
Crazy Train, Enter Sandman, Right Side of The Bed, or Inisde the Fire.
all of them are pretty damn easy.
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dude i know the pentatnoic scale--- you pretty much can't escape it because everything is pentatonic scale


lol sorry. idk try.....white room or walk this way.

any iron maiden material would be good too
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#7
Knockin' on Heaven's Door first solo
Enter Sandman
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#8
Don't fall into the trap of thinking that you need to learn harder things to get "better"...you don't. The more things you learn the more you improve, it doesn't matter about the arbitrary difficulty level that you or someone else has attached to it.

Rather than looking for things that look more difficult to you look for things that make you think "Yeah, that looks straightforward enough for me to tackle." If you approach guitar the right way you improve almost without trying.
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Don't fall into the trap of thinking that you need to learn harder things to get "better"...you don't. The more things you learn the more you improve, it doesn't matter about the arbitrary difficulty level that you or someone else has attached to it.

Rather than looking for things that look more difficult to you look for things that make you think "Yeah, that looks straightforward enough for me to tackle." If you approach guitar the right way you improve almost without trying.


+1.