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Old 01-26-2005, 03:22 PM
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yea that was insane Mustang. i watched it on the woodstock dvd, it was great. wish i could have been there.

yeah ive got the whole woodstock DVD bloody amazing
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Old 01-26-2005, 04:05 PM
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Pink Floyd:
Comfortably Numb
Time

Led Zeppelin:
Stairway to Heaven
Since I've Been Loving You

Frank Zappa:
Black Napkins

Steve Vai:
For the Love of God

Stevie Ray Vaughn:
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All Along the Watchtower
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100 Greatest Guitar Solos
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Old 01-26-2005, 05:14 PM
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Gilmour, Comfortably numb
Gary Moore, Shapes and Out in the Fields
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Rik Emmet and Steve Morse On Surveillence , Triumph album) , headed for no where
Steve Vai and Billy Sheehan, Shy boy
Much by Frank Gambale anf Alan Holdsworth.
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Old 01-26-2005, 06:14 PM
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It's basically 25 minutes of Jimmy page doing orgasmic and eerie guitar and mandolin work.
actually, if I'm correct, I believe it's John Paul Jones, the bass player, playing the mandolin. so, more of a team effort than just one guy.

none the less, it's still the shit
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freebird by lynyrd skynyrd, green grass and high tides by the outlaws

great southern rock guitar solos
both great songs,but dont forget fall of the peacemakers by molly hatchet, 7 minut southern rock solo
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Here is a good link.
100 Greatest Guitar Solos
Eh...they put the 60 second solo from 25 or 6 to 4 by Chicago at 65, and they put Liberation by Chicago at 156. And how did 'The End' by the Beatles get 169? It's a good song, but there's no real stunning solos on it. I guess 'Liberation' didn't make it to the live list. They also put Terry Kath and David Gilmour below Eric Clapton on the greatest guitarists list. Don't forget Syd Barret is #182-WTF where they thinking when they put him on the list? And how did John Paul Jones rank higher than Rick Davies on the 'Greatest Rock Keyboardists' list? Davies didn't even make it on!
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Old 01-26-2005, 07:20 PM
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Guys...

Windows Movie Maker > Add the song > cut it so that only the solo remains > add a pic (that's what I did) or find some way that when being saved it becomes a wmv and not a wma > select size when saving, make sure is less than 2MB > save > upload it.

Is just that a bunch of names don't work out for me... I want to listen to all of them but honestly don't feel like downloading them.

Anybody heard mine?

Let me know if you need any help with what I just explained.
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Guys...

Windows Movie Maker > Add the song > cut it so that only the solo remains > add a pic (that's what I did) or find some way that when being saved it becomes a wmv and not a wma > select size when saving, make sure is less than 2MB > save > upload it.

Is just that a bunch of names don't work out for me... I want to listen to all of them but honestly don't feel like downloading them.

Anybody heard mine?

Let me know if you need any help with what I just explained.
Alright, I'll have to reformat some of mine...
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This is my choice. Seriously, this is absolute 100% insanity. No, it's not sped up.

The solo from Yngwie Malmsteen's "I am a Viking"
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Old 01-26-2005, 07:46 PM
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yeah ive got the whole woodstock DVD bloody amazing
make me a copy? ill search it for virus's for you!
EDIT: ok, its not the best, but by far my favorite. the solo from "stairway to heaven" (led zep just in case someone doesnt know). and........if you havent heard it, you havent heard much music
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Eddie Van Halen:Eruption, from the Album Diver Down. Gotta love it!
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Old 01-26-2005, 08:43 PM
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just thought id help you guys who havent heard it. it really is great. maybe if i feel like it ill make a comfprtably numb clip. truly a great solo
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Old 01-26-2005, 08:50 PM
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This is my choice. Seriously, this is absolute 100% insanity. No, it's not sped up.

The solo from Yngwie Malmsteen's "I am a Viking"
I was just about to say his name....He is definetely, without a single doubt, THE best solo guitarist to ever live on this earth!

My friend has his CD and showed it to me about 2 months ago.....freaking amazing
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have you guys hear of randy rhodes? ok that was a stupid question. one of my favorite solos is in "crazy train". ledd Zepp's stair way to heaven is there for sure.

also , i really enjoy Kirk Hammets solos. in great songs such as "one", "fade to black", "nothing else matters" and "master of puppets" to name few. these have seriuslly established him as a Virtuoso.

i also enjoy Yngwe Malmsteems 5th symphony interretation.

pink floyd in "sorrow"

iron maiden in so many songs

Jimmy Hendrix of course.

so many good ones out there.
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Old 01-26-2005, 10:26 PM
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I was just about to say his name....He is definetely, without a single doubt, THE best solo guitarist to ever live on this earth!

My friend has his CD and showed it to me about 2 months ago.....freaking amazing
i think jimmy page isa pretty close contender as well as jimmy hendrix.

however, if randy rhodes had not died so young, i believe he would have surpassed EVRYONE of these.

rest in peace RR.
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