10-11-09, 6:47 AM
Joined: Aug 2009
This Day we Fight!
Tornado of Souls
Anything off the Dance of Death Album
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
2 Minutes to Midnight
Fear Of The Dark
And a whole list of others...
Galneryus nuff said.
so many others i just can't remmeber at the moment XD
05-29-10, 5:26 PM
Joined: May 2010
One-Metallica, A hard paced, high note guitar solo that just swallows you.
So cold-Breaking Benjamin, a very simple solo but still really powerful
The Calamity-Trivium, A very powerful duet solo by both the lead singer and the lead guitarist. A sick solo altogether.
"Kirisute Gomen" The Samurai's apology, "I apologize for striking you down."
04-12-12, 11:25 AM
Joined: Apr 2012
In no particular order.
Metallica - Fade to Black (first solo, even though I'm not a big fan)
Kuribayashi Minami - Crystal Energy
Sakakibara Yui - Toki Tsukasadoru Juuni no Meiyaku
Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction
Megadeth - Tornado of Souls
Megadeth - Lucretia
Megadeth - How the Story Ends
Demetori - Dance of Pundarika
Demetori - View of the River Styx
Demetori - Emotional Skyscraper ~ World's End
Scorpions - Sails of Charon
Cacophony - The Ninja
Cacophony - Concerto
Jason Becker - Altitudes
Marty Friedman - Namida
Marty Friedman - Jewel
Marty Friedman - Forbidden City
Unlucky Morpheus - Border of Life
Dream Theater - This Dying Soul (Final solo)
Symphony X - Seven
Symphony X - The Damnation Game
Time Requiem - Sphere of Fantasy
Time Requiem - Grand Opus
Paul Gilbert - The Gargoyle
Impellitteri - 17th Century Chicken Pickin'
Jeff Loomis - Miles of Machines
Pretty much any of Marty Friedman's solos I like, he has a certain touch to his stuff that makes me love everything he does.
01-29-13, 4:07 PM
Joined: Apr 2012
well I like all of the solos on Frank Zappa's album "overnite sensation". And I enjoy Greg Ginn of Black Flag's solos.
I'm just some opinionated asshole on the internet