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  1. jlb21's Avatar
    1. Led Zepplin - Stairway to Heaven
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    Have you ever heard Stanley Jordan's version of Stairway?



    It's different, and to me you can't really compare this with Zep at their Best. But I think each has something to add to how it is interpreted. SJ certainly is a unique performer!
    03-29-11 09:38 AM
  2. Ike Bee's Avatar
    The top guitar solo for me goes to: "Maggot Brain" by Funkadelic. The studio version from the album of the same name was very good. Heard it live in 1983 @ the Saenger Theather in New Orleans (first concert ever) and they blew me away again. It is the true definition of the phrase "slow jam" because it went on for 20 minutes, no joke. The rest of the best for my list is:
    Easy-Commodores
    Beat It-Michael Jackson
    Sweet Child o'Mine-GNR
    Love's Holiday-Earth,Wind&Fire
    Freebird-Lynyrd Skynrd
    Oye Como Va-Santana

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    03-29-11 03:46 PM
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    03-29-11 05:16 PM
  4. hootyhoo's Avatar
    Also very good.



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    03-29-11 05:18 PM
  5. bigsteveatt's Avatar
    My top pick has to be Eruption - Van Halen. It quite simply gives me chills.

    Anything by Zakk Wylde is sure to be amazing. No one can do a divebomb and rock a whammy quite like Zakk.

    Stairway to Heaven is also up there. Steve Vai is also way up there on my list, as well as Stevie Ray.

    As far as modern rock goes, Mark Tremonti has a few decent solos. They don't even come close to the greats though.

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    03-29-11 06:06 PM
  6. hootyhoo's Avatar
    Lukather isn't too shabby either.



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    03-29-11 06:42 PM
  7. hootyhoo's Avatar
    If you like old school blues, you can't forget about BB King.



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    03-29-11 06:48 PM
  8. hootyhoo's Avatar
    Good stuff here.



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    03-29-11 06:52 PM
  9. hootyhoo's Avatar
    You can't leave out Clapton.



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    03-29-11 06:55 PM
  10. pkcable's Avatar
    Have you ever heard Stanley Jordan's version of Stairway?



    It's different, and to me you can't really compare this with Zep at their Best. But I think each has something to add to how it is interpreted. SJ certainly is a unique performer!
    His song though is Eleanor Rigby, he does an absolutely AMAZING version of it.

    03-29-11 06:55 PM
  11. hootyhoo's Avatar
    They're just jamming.



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    04-05-11 07:17 PM
  12. trucky's Avatar
    Here's an interesting one with Stevie Vai and (gulp) Ralph Macchio. It's about 10 minutes and the best parts are about 8 minutes in...

    Stevie Vai & Ralph Macchio
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    04-08-11 07:04 AM
  13. hootyhoo's Avatar
    Another link fail trucky.

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    04-08-11 07:12 AM
  14. trucky's Avatar
    Blame it on lack of coffee... fixed. :-)
    04-08-11 07:15 AM
  15. hootyhoo's Avatar
    Mucho better.

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    04-08-11 07:15 AM
  16. cwhitney24's Avatar
    Lucy by Candlebox has a pretty good solo. Sorry no link

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    04-08-11 07:30 AM
  17. kbz1960's Avatar
    Rush - Overture/The temples of syrnix.
    Ted Neugent - Great white buffalo.
    04-08-11 08:06 AM
  18. dcgore's Avatar
    Fade to Black and To live is to die by Metallica
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    04-08-11 08:34 AM
  19. lcambriz's Avatar
    Here's an interesting one with Stevie Vai and (gulp) Ralph Macchio. It's about 10 minutes and the best parts are about 8 minutes in...

    Stevie Vai & Ralph Macchio
    Man, I love this guitar duel. Even though Vai wrote and performed the whole thing himself, Macchio does an incredible job of making it look like he's playing.

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    04-08-11 12:38 PM
  20. Aedansmith's Avatar
    Here is mine favorite guitar solo Jimmy Page , David Gilmour.
    04-11-11 12:49 AM
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    04-16-11 05:05 PM
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    Oh yeah!!!!!!
    04-16-11 05:10 PM
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    04-16-11 05:11 PM
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    Not really guitar focused but I think it's cool.



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    04-17-11 01:12 AM
  25. berrydisappointed's Avatar
    Mine is..

    Guitar duel of Coheed and Cambria's front man Claudio Sanchez and lead guitarist Travis Stever..
    1. The Final Cut
    2. Welcome home

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    08-24-13 03:16 AM
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