SICK Guitar Solos We Forgot About

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  1. opticnerv

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    Whatever they did - they did it right! A great song and all the instrument parts are mesmerizing.
     
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    I LOVE that song!!!!
     
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    More cowbell!
     
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    I’d put Bodhisattva on that list of killer solos.
     
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    Guitar work that is so completely off the wall yet fits so perfectly in the song.
     
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    Trying to keep it to songs that most everybody knows— If we start posting our favorite obscure tracks, it gets a bit pointless.

    A great lesson in melody. (1:24)


    A great example of how a slide solo should be done (and just a great melodic lead) (1:52)


    Some great varispeed tones and counterpoint in the two solo tracks (2:14 & 4:18)
     
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    And How can we forget about the wonderful Glenn Tilbrook— seriously doesn't get his due (1:44)

    (0:52)


    Rivers is always forgotten too, but he really has some of the most interesting, well-crafted solos in pop-rock. (2:16)

    even some great counterpoint in his solos! (2:20)
     
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    Glenn Tilbrook!!!

     
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    Yeah!!! :)
     
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