[NEWBIE][QUESTION] Are there any easy full solo (no vocals) songs out there?

So, I've been on guitar for a long while now, but I've only just decided to take it up a noch. I've been listening to a lot of Eric Johnson, Guthrie Govan, Etc. and their songs are great and all but I know that I can't play that well yet, so are there any songs like theirs, only easier?

Oh, and I'm not that big of a noob, so any suggestions within the boundaries of my request are alright, I guess. Thanks anyway, with or without reply. haha

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[DISCUSSION] Getting the Exact Same Setting Twice

I'm looking to getting a new Delay Pedal. The biggest reason putting me towards getting a digital solution is that I want to have the exact same delay time as the other guitarist in my band, so we both need pedals that you can set "Exactly 380ms delay time". I have an El Capistan dTape echo pedal and I struggle to get the exact same setting twice, since it's all knobs and stuff. I suppose we could both tap to the beat, but one of our tracks starts with the delay'd guitar. Its just something I'd prefer to have an EXACT setting for EVERY TIME. Does anyone else take that into consideration when getting a delay pedal? Also, can you recommend a pedal that will solve my problem here?

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Rickenbacker’s Garden[Feedback]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqYW9pc0aBo isolated bass cover of octopus's garden melody played with a fretless yamaha

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Source: Bass

Killing Floor 2 Update – Sharpshooter, Balance and ‘Things’

Killing Floor 2 Update - Sharpshooter, Balance and 'Things' submitted by /u/final_Crucible
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Source: Games

55 years ago today. America sends it’s first person to space. Alan Shepard on Mercury Redstone 3.

55 years ago today. America sends it's first person to space. Alan Shepard on Mercury Redstone 3. submitted by /u/woland2010
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Source: Space

[Question] what’s a good way to practice speed?

I kind of suck when it comes to playing faster things. Not even shredding, the fast parts of smoke on the water's solo for example. I couldn't get it right. Well I sat down and practiced it until I got better at it, which is great. But whenever I try to play anything else that requires speed, I don't see change. Is there something more general I can do to practice my speed? Learning specific solos and licks doesn't seem to help much.

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