The Best Guitar Solos Ever
These are the 10 guitar solos I have listened to a billion times and that I have never gotten tired of.
- Under A Glass Moon (Dream Theater)
- Venus Isle (Eric Johnson)
- Comfortably Numb (David Gilmour, Pink Floyd)
- Another Brick In The Wall (David Gilmour, Pink Floyd)
- Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming (Steve Morse, Deep Purple)
- Bright Size Life (Pat Metheny)
- Once Upon A Tim In The West (Dire Straits)
- Do You Feel Like We Do (Pete Frampton)
- Third World Man (Steely Dan)
- Knock Yourself Out (Jimi Hendrix)
I think this is one of THE most energetic, powerful, ferocious solos Jimi ever played.
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