Searching for the perfect guitar solo & # 39; or a superb guitar solo & # 39; almost everyone who takes a familiar instrument seems to be getting their hands on it. However, in many of the greatest guitar solos ever & # 39; Surveys conducted throughout the years will find that they are always the few selected (with a few exceptions) who overwhelmingly make the list. You will find mostly David Gilmour, Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton, Slash, Jimi Hendrix, Brian May and Jimmy Page on these lists as they look like extremely talented guitarists of our generation. (both technically and in the way they play).
For example, one of my favorite solos ever is Randy Rhode's Mad Train (by the name of Ozzy Osborne). Rhodes combines elements of classical music (after all, he was originally a classically rehearsed player) as well as sincere sequins in his solos, and this one is no exception. The solo starts at the moment in the song where everything really built up (right after the second chorus) and then takes the song to a whole new level.
That being said, the absolute best guitar solo ever (in my opinion) Pink Floyd is Comfortably Numb. The song itself is nothing short of spectacular (almost as if the song was built for solo), but once David Gilmour starts playing those magical last notes, it seems to move people and bring them into a state of extreme vulnerability and awe. Honorary mentions relate to the Eagle Hotel in California, which is a fantastic duel of two finely qualified instrument masters.