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12.08.09 Newbie Alert!12.07.09 Favourite Guitar Solos
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Favourite Guitar Solos

Just off the top of my head, there are many more.
Tornado of Souls

A solo list isn't a solo unless there is at least one acknowledgment of Friedman's virtuosity.
2After The Burial

These kids have got some serious talent and Rareform was testament to this.
3Gustavo Guerra
Na Veia

Guitar Idol Winner, and far out! This song is basically one big melodic solo section, and it's finger lickin' good.
4Between the Buried and Me
White Walls

Was a toss up between this and the bluesy solo in Disease, Injury, Madness solo. A thumb-up in Waggoner's direction.
5Children of Bodom
Follow the Reaper

C'mon, those duelling guitar and keyboard sections are amazing.

Hard to choose the best Kalmah solo, they are all so good, this is just a personal favourite on one of the best melodeath albums ever released.
7Marc Rizzo
Introspection of an Introvert

Odd selection here, but it is awesome nonetheless.
8All Shall Perish
Awaken the Dreamers

Chris Storey is a genius red-headed stepchild.
Cemetary Gates

How can I not? This man was way ahead of his time; I believe Steve Vai said that he could not keep up with Dimebag. R.I.P.
I Am The Anger

Gus G's epic shred in an epic video.

Because I like it.
12In Flames
December Flower

Best In Flames solo, hands down.
Nottingham Lace

This man, in my mind, is the best guitarist with regard to the melody and soulfulness of his music.
14Racer X
Technical Difficulties

Paul Gilbert in his prime.
15August Burns Red
The Balance

Simple and tasty infectiousness.
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