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#46433 by lanzar13
Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:19 am
my fav solo would have to be by dimebag in the song drag the waters.. f**k kick ass song and solo.. rip dime. one of the best guitar players in the world

#46667 by racefanrob
Mon Nov 17, 2008 8:24 pm
lanzar13 wrote:my fav solo would have to be by dimebag in the song drag the waters.. f**k kick ass song and solo.. rip dime. one of the best guitar players in the world

well said . . . Cowboys From Hell is my favorite . . .
he was one of those guys . . . no body on this same planet could play guitar like that !

#47011 by J-HALEY
Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:07 pm
Time by Pink Floyd- goes to show you don't have to play a million notes a second to have a great guitar solo, even tho I like them too.
Green Grass And Hightides by The Outlaws- one of the best concerts I have ever seen. Huey Thomason is the coolest guitar player I have ever scene.
Every solo from Van Halen.
Every solo from Satch especially Satch Boogie.
Every solo from Steve Vai.
Every Solo From Gary Moore.

#47087 by Trayaer
Fri Nov 21, 2008 6:53 am
This War is Ours (The Guillotine part II) - Escape the Fate
There's No Sympathy for the Dead - Escape the Fate
Dancing Through Sunday- A.F.I.
Lipgloss and Black - Atreyu
Gunshot to the Head of Trepidation - Trivium
The Sound of Truth - As I Lay Dying
Polaris - The Human Abstract

#55893 by SlippedNot
Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:35 am
hmmm ...

All this talk of great solo's and I can't believe that the BEST one EVER hasn't been mentioned yet ...

Until NOW ... :roll:

Peter Framton from the Framton Comes Alive

"Do You Feel Like We Do"

ABSOLUTELY the best EVER ... MHO though :wink:

#56055 by Starfish Scott
Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:57 pm
ewwww.. FRAMPTON?

Ok, really quick story.

We went to see Trent Resnor's old band SLAM BAM BOO or BOOM? in Ohio and it was an open mic night..

We missed them. BUT, they had this awesome band that was like HIllbilly Jim and his band. So they played a little and we were getting bored.

All of a sudden, Frampton comes in from outside and he wants to sit in with Hillbilly jim or wtfever his name was.

HBJ was like, ok..

So they played a little and HBJ was playing HARD. He covered a couple of hendrix tunes and Frampton got mad and they start to have this guitar war like something out of the movie CROSSROADS.

Long story short, HBJ blew him the f**k out. Frampton was sooo pissed he threw his guitar into it's case and left in a huff.

I have to look, I still have a recording of that.

Frampton having a bad night = cool
The look on Framptons' face when he left in a huff = priceless.

#56072 by SlippedNot
Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:47 pm
Well ...

The title of this thread is Favorite guitar solo and I think that Do You Feel is one of the best IMHO ...

Never said I was a HUGH Framton fan ... just that one songs solos ;)

#56501 by Starfish Scott
Mon Feb 09, 2009 7:44 pm
ok, sorry for the hijack to Ohio.. lol

#56514 by jw123
Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:23 pm
Frampton is an awesome guitarist.

I always loved the 3 pickup Paul on the cover of his live album. I imagine he did a lot for selling the talk box to guitarist. Ive never had one, but always wanted one.

#57702 by ColorsFade
Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:17 pm
Petrucci's (Dream Theater) solo on "Innocence Faded". I've never heard anything quite like it; I love how relentless the solo is; winding it's way. Just a great feel. Like controlled chaos. I also love his outro solo on "Octavarium". Brilliant work.

Doug Ott's (Enchant) solos on "The Thirst" and "Follow The Sun". Love his work. Writes some of my favorite solos.

George Lynch's "Mr. Scary", which is like one big solo for him. Love his lead work.

Vitto Bratta's solos on "Wait" and "Little Fighter".

Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti's solos on "Blackbird"

#59380 by vanderkalin
Mon Mar 09, 2009 3:40 am
thoes shoes, the eagles
since i' been loving you, live, the song remains the same, Led Zepplin
slide solo in layla, derek and the dominos
spirit in black, Slayer
strange world, Iron Maiden

#59385 by Braeden
Mon Mar 09, 2009 4:13 am
Awaken the Dreamers by All Shall Perish... i need not say more

#59569 by Powergroove75
Tue Mar 10, 2009 9:32 pm
Alex Skolick - "Practice What You Preach" by Testament OMG!! It's like 2 minutes long! hahaha

Killer stuff! Good answers too everyone! I think I better go listen to some tunes I forgot about.. lol

#59651 by Andragon
Wed Mar 11, 2009 2:36 pm
If we're talking metal, then I suppose: Kerry King's solo on Angel of Death.

#59800 by clarc
Thu Mar 12, 2009 1:30 pm
Almost anything Page does.
Same with Eric Clapton.
And a lot of Steve Ray.
But one that always come's to mind is,and if you have not herd it
you should is the solo in?

Red Hot Momma From Luisianna by Funkadelic
give it a listen.


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