Your English is quite good, I could understand everything
First of all, my approach to fast solos was the following:
If he can play it, he is a human being, I am too, so I could do it.
But it requires a lot of practice.
If you check Paul on youtube, you could see that he always improvises a lot and he never plays the same solo part.
If you really like this song, you should improvise a lot to it, and you could also try and come up with your own solo. As you progress, you will be able to play more and more of the original solo, so at the end, you will be able to do it.
Use the E phrygian dominant scale, the F# blues and F# minor scale while improvising.
And also thank you for your kind words
QUOTE (Braer @ Sep 20 2009, 01:55 PM)
I have learnt whole Viking kong exept the solo, what shall i do now? i dont think ill be able to play the solo ever... is there a alternative solo or somthing? im not so good in improvising so when i try to play it it sound more bluesy than Neo-classical.
What do you think i should do???
Alo, Ammmmmmmmaaaaazin cover and lesson on Viking kong! Your animated fret bord is really nice.
I hope you understand atleast something of what i write, my english is pretty bad:)