#1
Hi there !
So ive learned a lot of new tehniques and scales and chords and theory and practiced and practiced and practiced them with my metronome .
And i think now its the time to go for next round - practical half .
So all i need is some medium level rock songs for guitar .
Really good is , when there is also medium level solo too .
Please write here song(s) , what u think is(are) good for me to play and practice .

Thanks ! BTW on medium i mean im not newb , beginner and im not pro


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#2
I would do a variety of things. Learn some songs in the beginer ranger, as well as medium, and challenge your slef with more difficult. And try for differnt styles

Learn som easy pop punk song to develop you power chords nad being able to hit them without looking.
Blink 182: What's my age again
Green day: basket case

For some more medium songs with a differnt feel try:
Rage against the Machine: Sleep now in the Fire

For more difficult timings and another feel try:
Muse: hysteria
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#3
Lots of AC/DC I guess. Shook Me All Night Long and Thunderstruck are some of my personal faves.


Crazy Train - Ozzy isn't too hard but it's definantly not easy.
#4
There really aren't any "levels", learning should just be a gradual progresion. You don't suddenly go "right, i'm ready for an intermediate song now!", you just keep learning new songs because you like music and there's a load of stuff you want to learn. As you progress the number of songs that you find "easy" gradually increases and likewise the number of "hard" songs decreases. If you learn a song that comes really easily congratulations, that's something else you've learned. If it's a bit more of a struggle then you've probably learned a little bit more, if it's obviosuly too hard then put it to one side and come back to it later because you're not going to get anything out of it yet.

There's a lot of music you like, just pick something and learn it. Honestly, you should be able to get a good idea of how hard/easy a song is going to be for you to play by simply listening to it, and if that's not enough then by looking at the tab.
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#5
Well i know one song that isnt hard at all but sounds amazing.

Joker and the theif - Wolfmother

This song is really hard on rockband so your friend will think you good
It sounds really cool and its basicly all easy hammer ons

Hope this helps

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#6
Well I think Dream On by Aerosmith would be a good song to learn. . . Good song for chord switching and the solos aren't to hard to learn, you just gotta have patience. Or go with what superstrat101 said, if you have the patience for Crazy Train go for it. . . Yes the solos do require practice and it does take awhile but don't give up if you dont catch on quickly with the solo and harmonics (I'm saying this cause this was the first song I ever learned and I felt like giving up but I never did, because once you learn it you will be really proud of yourself :P).
#7
I would try maybe Crazy Train or Peace Sells, those songs are not what I would consider beginner level (especially the solos), but you shouldn't be a pro to be able to play them either. Again this is just my opinion, I could be wrong. Rock on!
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#8
HI THERE !
I LEARNED " Crazy Train " by ozzy in 3 days by hearth
and now im going to get up speed .
I wanted to tell u that im really happy , when u
tell me some songs , what are same hard or harder than crazy train ,
but what are SHORTER . I mean like in crazy train is really long and there is
so much repeating and stuff , what i dont like .
I understand that when song is longer , then its training my memory and things
but ive been playing 5 years piano , so i got pretty awesome memory

Thanks !
#9
Maybe try Dream Theater - Pull Me Under. I'm playing that song on my MP3 player right now. Definitely doesn't sound easy. I think it makes use of quite a bit of palm muting.

Maybe try that newer song by Metallica, The Day That Never Comes.

Also you should put up a song file of you playing Crazy Train so that the rest of us can judge how good you are.
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#10
little more shorter please i searched from youtube , but i didnt find any
I need like 2 minute songs .
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Quote by MustangSVT
Maybe try Dream Theater - Pull Me Under. I'm playing that song on my MP3 player right now. Definitely doesn't sound easy. I think it makes use of quite a bit of palm muting.


If there was a levels system that would definitely go in the "Advanced" section. Palm muting is the least of your worries with DT.

That being said I second anything Steven Seagull says.
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#13
try say it aint so by weezer, it helps you get down hybrid chords, it has a mid level solo and it helps you get up and down the neck quickly
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Quote by Superstrat101
Lots of AC/DC I guess. Shook Me All Night Long and Thunderstruck are some of my personal faves.


Back in Black is fairly easy
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Quote by Superstrat101


Crazy Train - Ozzy isn't too hard but it's definantly not easy.


The solo is pretty hard. But, the rest is relatively easy