can you please reccomend some beginner friendly instrumental pieces

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phil_bphil_b Frets: 687
edited February 15 in Technique

as the title says.

I just need something recognisable I can learn all the way through without hitting and difficult techniques

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  • sweepysweepy Frets: 3059
    Gary Moore Parisienne walkways , Always with Me Always with You by Joe satriani for starters
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  • Parisienne walkways for sure.
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  • KilgoreKilgore Frets: 3286
    Acoustic/electric?
    Fingerpicking/pick?
    Rock/blues/pop?

    I can recommend a lot of fingerstyle instrumentals but not much else. 
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  • Lot of variables in this.

    But the better known Freddie King ones - Hideaway, Sen Sa Shun, The Stumble. 
    Distinct melodies, some clever double stops, the odd chord, nothing very complex. Tabs, lessons, backing tracks easy enough to find. Plenty of covers if you want to hear them rocked up a bit and they will survive some element of interpretation if you don’t want to get them 100%. 
    Even if they aren’t familiar they are part of the history of rock as covered by Peter Green, Eric Clapton, Jeff Healey,etc, and just worth a listen. 
    Sleep. That’s where I’m a Viking. 
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  • FuengiFuengi Frets: 1639
    The first solo my guitar teacher taught me was Californication by The Chilly Peppers, really good choice because it features lots of different bends - stop / release / unison - but is still pretty simple. 
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  • phil_bphil_b Frets: 687
    Kilgore said:
    Acoustic/electric?
    Fingerpicking/pick?
    Rock/blues/pop?

    I can recommend a lot of fingerstyle instrumentals but not much else. 


    electric strat

    pick Ive got no nails for finger picking

    rock/blues/pop     I don't mind

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  • Balrog68Balrog68 Frets: 55
    Sky-Toccata, while my guitar gently weeps, Gary Moore - The Loner, Parisienne Walkways. 
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  • Not sure if the shadows or any surf guitar would be suitable as I’ve not played any  but could be a good starter
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  • https://youtu.be/UKnWTT9lm-k

    If I can manage a reasonable facsimile of this any bugger can. 
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  • phil_bphil_b Frets: 687
    Not sure if the shadows or any surf guitar would be suitable as I’ve not played any  but could be a good starter
    I have been trying out wonderful land and apache from the shadows and Im getting there slowly. But there are some palm muted sections in both tunes that I just don't seem to be able to get right
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  • phil_b said:
    Not sure if the shadows or any surf guitar would be suitable as I’ve not played any  but could be a good starter
    I have been trying out wonderful land and apache from the shadows and Im getting there slowly. But there are some palm muted sections in both tunes that I just don't seem to be able to get right
    Good one .
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