This is great! I use to listen to C.C. Deville's solos over and over! Me and a friend covered Every Rose has its Thorn in a school chorus show back when it went to number 1 in 1988 or '89 and we were in the eighth grade. Overall it was a great experience and taught me the importance of making sure you're tuned up before you start playing! It would air for years on a local channel and I would cringe every time I heard it.
Johann Sebastian Bach, Bach, classical, alternate picking, etude, by Guido Bungenstock
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"Poison is an American glam metal band that achieved great commercial success in the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s. Poison has sold over 45 million records worldwide. The band's breakthrough debut album, the multi-platinum Look What the Cat Dragged In, was released in 1986 and they hit their peak with the second album, Open Up and Say... Ahh!, which became the band's most successful album, being certified 5x platinum in the US." - Wikipedia
Poison are one of the big guys to emerge during the 80's glam metal scene, sometimes known as hair metal. Their songs were riff driven and generally focused on much of the same topics that their contemporaries were singing about: good times, women and... err... good times.. and women too.
Their classic line up features guitarist C.C. DeVille. DeVille has a very traditional hard rock style, no doubt influenced by bands such as Kiss, Aerosmith and many other US & British rock bands of the 70's. His lead guitar playing usually features pentatonic licks with wild bends and whammy bar scoops.