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A revista britânica Classic Rock elegeu os 100 melhores solos de guitarra de todos os tempos. Entre os escolhidos, estão artistas como Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Eagles e Jimi Hendrix.

Que esse é um assunto polêmico todos sabem. Eleger os melhores solos de guitarra, não é uma tarefa possível, porém há de se concordar que faz total sentido ver cada um destes fazendo parte de uma seleção dos melhores.

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Na lista, prevalecem os solos de guitarra rock, o que pode gerar ainda mais polêmicas. Mas segundo Classic Rock, a seleção teve a participação não só dos editores da revista, mas também, de alguns artistas e do público leitor.

Ao final do post, você encontra uma playlist para ouvir praticamente todas as músicas que fazem parte da seleção.

Confira os melhores solos de guitarra :

  1. Temple of the Dog – Reach Down (Mike McCready, 1991)
  2. Manic Street Preachers – You Love Us (James Dead Bradfield, 1992)
  3. Pantera – Walk (Dimebag Darrell, 1992)
  4. Ram Jam – Black Betty (Bill Bartlett, 1977)
  5. The Damned – Love Song (Captain Sensible, 1979)
  6. Red Hot Chili Peppers – I Could Have Lied (John Frusciante, 1991)
  7. Suede – Animal Nitrate (Bernard Butler, 1993)
  8. Jane’s Addiction – Three Days (Dave Navarro, 1990)
  9. Lou Reed – Rock Minuet (Lou Reed, 2000)
  10. Bad Brains – Re-Ignition (Dr. Know, 1986)
  11. Joe Bonamassa – No Good Place for the Lonely (Joe Bonamassa, 2016)
  12. Kansas – Carry On Wayward Son (Kerry Livgren, 1976)
  13. Neil Young – Southern Man (Neil Young, 1970)
  14. Jethro Tull – To Cry You a Song (Martin Barre, 1970)
  15. Bad Company – Feel Like Making Love (Mick Ralphs, 1975)
  16. Journey – I’ll Be Alright Without You (Neal Schon, 1986)
  17. The Rolling Stones – The Spider & The Fly (Brian Jones, 1965)
  18. Alter Bridge – Blackbird (Mark Tremonti e Miles Kennedy, 2007)
  19. Billy Cobham – Quadrant 4 (Tommy Bolin, 1973)
  20. U2 – The Fly (The Edge, 1991)
  21. Scorpions – The Sails of Charon (Uli Jon Roth, 1977)
  22. The Cult – She Sells Sanctuary (Billy Duffy, 1985)
  23. Santana – Black Magic Woman (Carlos Santana, 1970)
  24. Steven Wilson – Drive Home (Guthrie Govan, 2013)
  25. The Pretenders – Tattooed Love Boys (James Honeyman-Scott, 1980)
  26. Robert Gordon – If This is Wrong (Link Wray, 1978)
  27. Frank Zappa – Watermelon in Easter Hay (Frank Zappa, 1979)
  28. Extreme – Get the Funk Out (Nuno Bettencourt, 1990)
  29. Television – Marquee Moon (Tom Verlaine, 1977)
  30. The Only Ones – Another Girl Another Planet (John Perry, 1978)
  31. Blue Öyster Cult – (Don’t Fear) The Reaper (Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser, 1976)
  32. Wishbone Ash – Blowin’ Free (Andy Powell, 1972)
  33. Yngwie Malmsteen – Black Star (Yngwie Malmsteen, 1984)
  34. Be-Bop Deluxe – Sunburst Finish (Bill Nelson, 1976)
  35. Montrose – Rock Candy (Ronnie Montrose, 1973)
  36. Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name (Tom Morello, 1991)
  37. The Buzzcocks – Boredom (Pete Shelley, 1977)
  38. The Sex Pistols – Anarchy in the UK (Steve Jones, 1977)
  39. Racer X – Scarified (Paul Gilbert e Bruce Bouillet, 1987)
  40. Rory Gallagher – Walk On Hot Coals (Rory Gallagher, 1974)
  41. UFO – Rock Bottom (Michael Schenker, 1974)
  42. Robin Trower – Too Rolling Stones (Robin Trower, 1974)
  43. Funkadelic – Maggot Brain (Eddie Hazel, 1971)
  44. Iron Maiden – Powerslave (Dave Murray, 1984)
  45. King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (Robert Fripp, 1969)
  46. Alice in Chains – Man in the Box (Jerry Cantrell, 1990)
  47. David Lee Roth – Shyboy (Steve Vai, 1986)
  48. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – So Many Roads (Peter Green, 1969)
  49. Ozzy Osbourne – I Don’t Know (Randy Rhoads, 1980)
  50. Dokken – Tooth and Nail (George Lynch, 1984)
  51. Bill Haley and His Comets – Rock Around the Clock (Danny Cedrone, 1955)
  52. Autograph – Turn Up the Radio (Steve Lynch, 1984)
  53. The Knack – My Sharona (Berton Averre, 1979)
  54. Joe Satriani – Cryin’ (Joe Satriani, 1992)
  55. Iggy and The Stooges – Search and Destroy (James Williamson, 1973)
  56. Albert King – Crosscut Saw (Albert King, 1967)
  57. The Darkness – I Believe in a Thing Called Love (Justin Hawkins, 2003)
  58. White Lion – Wait (Vito Bratta, 1987)
  59. Genesis – Firth of Fifth (Steve Hackett, 1973)
  60. Rush – Limelight (Alex Lifeson, 1981)
  61. Jimi Hendrix – Machine Gun (Jimi Hendrix, 1970)
  62. John Mayall – All Your Love (Eric Clapton, 1966)
  63. The Doors – Light My Fire (Robby Krieger, 1967)
  64. Kiss – Shock Me (Ace Frehley, 1977)
  65. Stray Cats – Stray Cat Strut (Brian Setzer, 1981)
  66. Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive (Richie Sambora, 1986)
  67. ZZ Top – Sharp Dressed Man (Billy Gibbons, 1983)
  68. Elvis Presley – Hound Dog (Scotty Moore, 1956)
  69. MC5 – Looking At You (Wayne Kramer, 1970)
  70. Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the Moonlight (Scott Gorham, 1977)
  71. Metallica – The Unforgiven (Kirk Hammett, 1991)
  72. Motörhead – Ace of Spades (“Fast” Eddie Clarke, 1980)
  73. Steely Dan – Reelin’ in the Years (Elliott Randall, 1973)
  74. Rainbow – Since You Been Gone (Ritchie Blackmore, 1979)
  75. The Who – Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Pete Townshend, 1965)
  76. Aerosmith – Walk This Way (Joe Perry, 1975)
  77. David Bowie – Moonage Daydream (Mick Ronson, 1972)
  78. The Beatles – Something (George Harrison, 1969)
  79. The Rolling Stones – Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (Mick Taylor, 1971)
  80. Stevie Ray Vaughan – Pride and Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughan, 1983)
  81. Dire Straits – Sultans of Swing (Mark Knopfler, 1978)
  82. Jeff Beck – Cause We’re Ended As Lovers (Jeff Beck, 1975)
  83. The Kinks – You Really Got Me (Dave Davies, 1964)
  84. Free – All RIght Now (Paul Kossoff, 1970)
  85. Derek & The Dominos – Layla (Duane Allman, 1970)
  86. Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry, 1958)
  87. The Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil (Keith Richards, 1968)
  88. The Beatles – While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Eric Clapton, 1968)
  89. Deep Purple – Highway Star (Ritchie Blackmore, 1972)
  90. AC/DC – Let There Be Rock (Angus Young, 1977)
  91. Black Sabbath – Paranoid (Tony Iommi, 1970)
  92. Prince and The Revolution – Purple Rain (Prince, 1984)
  93. Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O Mine (Slash, 1987)
  94. Queen – Killer Queen (Brian May, 1974)
  95. Van Halen – Eruption (Eddie Van Halen, 1978)
  96. Jimi Hendrix – All Along the Watchtower (Jimi Hendrix, 1968)
  97. Lynyrd Skynyrd – Free Bird (Allen Collins, 1973)
  98. Eagles – Hotel California (Don Felder e Joe Walsh, 1976)
  99. Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb (David Gilmour, 1979)
  100. Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven (Jimmy Page, 1971)

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