Zenith Lazerstorm

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Proper Talk-Boxing

Rarely does a talk-box not sound cheesy and unnecessary... But when a guitarist can use it right, it's a beautiful thing
1Pink Floyd

Pigs (Three Different Ones) - Used sparingly and to great effect. At times it actually sounds like a pig is squealing over the ever-brilliant Gilmour solo.
10,000 Days

Jambi - Simply one of the most bad-ass solos on top of one of the most bad-ass grooves Tool ever played. If you don't go into full head-bang, there is something wrong with you.
10,000 Days

Rosetta Stoned - More Tool worship I know... The solo is excellent again, but the way it accents some of the vocal lines really is superb.
4Coheed and Cambria
From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness

The Willing Well IV: The Final Cut - Very lightly applied to the first solo, it adds just a bit more interest to a really good solo.
5Alice in Chains

Man in the Box - Obligatory... just an undeniably cool song across the board.
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