I usually don't toot my own bugle so to speak, but I was so chuffed with how this came together I thought I'd post it up. What the bloody hell is it? I hear you ask. Well you know that band Metallica and the last track on ...and Justice for All called Dyers Eve? Well, using original tracks ripped from Guitar Hero Metallica, I re-recorded all the guitar parts, beefed up the bass so it can actually be heard (anyone who knows that album knows the bass is all but inaudible) and spent freakin days learning the solo...which is an absolute wrist-snapper to say the least. So anyway, here's me playing all the guitar parts to one of Metallica's hardest songs. Seriously, any guitar/bass players here who know this song know how full on this tune is and I reckon next to Battery, it's probably their most challenging to play. Crank it up too 11, listen to it through headphones rather than your phone if you can and be amazed at the sheer level of fretboard awesome. The solo starts at around 3.30. So if you couldn't be bothered listening to the whole song, just skip to the solo and you'll understand what I meant when I said this song is hard to play...the solo is completely off its tits and is played at a trillion miles an hour. The solo took me nearly 3 days to learn it's some of the fastest, most complicated there is. It was a fun challenge though I know this is shameless self promotion but what the hell, share the love of all things Metallica I say! Enjoy!