The Most Memorable Guitar Solo of all time

By | October 26, 2018
the most memorable guitar solo of all time is "Comfortably Numb"

In my opinion, the most memorable guitar solo of all time is “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd. If you listen to the song you will feel that the solo somehow tells a story.

Watch David Gilmour in this video brilliantly playing the solo on his Fender Stratocaster guitar in a live performance. One thing David Gilmour is very creative when it comes to the technique of bending guitar strings.

“Comfortably Numb” is from the album “The Wall” recorded in 1979. It has a two solo part version but very unique. David plays the pentatonic scale like anyone else but no one can match his style. His bending if the strings are so accurate that he does not play any bad notes!

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7 thoughts on “The Most Memorable Guitar Solo of all time

  1. Jay

    Truly amazing . I loved it so much that I downloaded it. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  2. Rodney Brown

    Take me back!!! To see these old guys layin’ it down made me smile to think they are probably taking the same meds that I am. Although there seems to be no signs of arthritis in David G yet.

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  3. Kirk

    Great solo. Have you seen or hear Mark Knophler of Dire Straits extended version of “The Sultans of Swing”? It is a great solo performance aslo.

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