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I agree, video is also great when he starts to rage and solo is like perfect for this, I love it.
definitely the best not only for pink floyd... the best gutar solos of all time #1 - ravikanth
The best solo out there absolutely brilliant live on pulse /albert hall the sound and timing spot on, there will never be anything better!
The world's most beautiful guitar solo!V 23 Comments
In my opinion, this one is not only the best of floyd, but it's the second best solo, right behind Han Solo
The solo is just epic, it's very simple, but only Gilmour would make something simple with such a good sounding. I always dreaming to hear this solo live made by Gilmour.
This guitar solo seems to tell a story in the form of musical notes. Simply brilliant.
My top 2 is definitely time and another brick in the wall, also in time the solo is definitely the most intense solo I’ve ever heard, especially towards the end of the solo JUST wow, perfection, it’s a shame no one these days can produce music similar to the 60’s 70’s and 80’s eraV 11 Comments
For me, much better than the Comfortably Numb one.
Less technical than Comfortably Numb, no doubt, but a lot more melodic. That uplifting feeling of surfing forever and ever, only that lap steel solo can give it to you.
This is the best solo in the history of rock (on the version of the Division Bell). Almost makes me cry every time I listen to it.
Listen to the live in Gdansk... amazingV 11 Comments
Amazing number, just incredible how they got this together, especially when the band were not getting on well. Sometimes the best thing grow out of tensions within a band.
It was between this and Time. Although Time is probably the best single guitar solo from Pink Floyd, this song has multiple of the best, especially if you count all of the parts. The solos in the song are maniacally good. - lavillaof2112
Absolute brilliance. In short truly one of the best Pink Floyd songs and absolutely the best Pink Floyd solo without a doubt.
When the second half of the song comes on and the guitar starts sliding up the octaves, I lose it every time...there is nothing like that feelingV 5 Comments
When you hear the dogs barking in the background, and slowly you hear the entire mood of the song slowly change. Man I love the solo for Time Comfortably numb, and Pigs three different ones, but this is the one that does it for me. 17 minutes long, and every note is delicately placed, for just the right mood the song was meant to establish. This solo is a masterpiece, and so is the song it belongs to.
I have to say that this is a THE best song ever. The multiple solos link together perfectly and change emphasise the mood in such a way that it just puts me on another world. To be honest, I'm not really sure which guitar solo it is meant to be about, but this one song contains at least 4 or 5 top quality solos.
The combination of the genius and technique of gilmours playing accompanied by a stellar backing by the rest of the band create such an aesthetic feeling that is unparalleled by any of their other songs
The song of my life! PerfectV 8 Comments
This solo is just so damn good, I can't even put it into words! although I can say similar things about other gilmour-solos for sure (particularly Echoes and Shine on you crazy diamond). but this one is just brilliant in it's very own way, although I don't even really like the song itself. I think it's quite an annoying song - just with the best solo ever!
Best guitar solo ever, And the best one was live in Venice 1994.
This one must be 1st
In little over 2 minutes, Gilmour manages to make one of the most vibrant and outstanding guitar solo's of all time. Such a range of notes and sounds, all weaved together into a solo that gets me every time. Absolute genius.
Blues and funky. Money solo is brilliant and sometimes underrated
Everyone says Time and Comfortably Numb, but this one is done so much better.
Best by farV 5 Comments
Best guitar solo ever! It has everything, and the background music makes it even better- a reference to Another Brick In The Wall.
I love the solo in "Hey you".. Maakes me feel good!
Just completely awesome, along with the song
No logic behind it. I just love it. It drains my blood.V 4 Comments
Echoes in 8th?!?! Didn't think TheTopTens would come to this. - PositronWildhawk
If I had to choose between Echoes and Comfortably Numb, I'd choose Echoes any day.
Should be way higher...
Echoes should be #1!V 3 Comments
This sits easily at the top of the list. The solos are ambient, spacey, atmospheric and melodious. It's hard to imagine that a human actually made this song.
This song is all about that guitar. Better than Another Brick in the Wall!
13?! You gotta be kidding me.. it should be after comfortably numb!
I could listen this song on repeat for an entire week!V 3 Comments
Can't believe this isn't in list - popeye67
The solo speaks more than the lyrics itself, which is saying a l
This absolutely takes off and soars. I remember hearing it and thinking if I go to heaven I want this to be the soundtrack. Simply divine.
I would absolutely put Comfortably Numb firs, On the Turning Away a very close second and High Hopes a solid third place.
The best solo ever, if, yes, if there wouldn't be comfortably numb...
Magnificent solo, perhaps top 3 of Pink Floyd�'s solosV 5 Comments
The guitar solo is so powerful! Even though its just 30 seconds..!
Mother should be in the top 5! It's a perfect guitar solo
Should be in top 5. One of the most melodic and impactfull solos
How was this not even on the list? An absolutely incredible solo, should at least be in the top 10
The live version in gdansk is just as good if not better than comfortably numb live pulse version
At the very end of Pigs, David Gilmour holds onto ONE note. ONE simple note, and plays the living crap out of it. It is honestly my favorite moment in any Pink Floyd song... About 9 n a half minutes into Pigs. There goes my vote!
Honestly, this is my favorite, probably because radio hasn't worn it out. This solo evokes some really intense emotions in me. Can't really tell you why, but I do have this vision of Elizabeth banks of the back of my bike cruising the pacific coast at sunset ;=)
This, along with Comfortably Numb, Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Echoes, Hey you, High Hopes, Dogs, Time, Another Brick, and Money should be the top ten list of guitar solos OF ALL TIME... This ties with Comfortably Numb for 1st place on that list... 10th? Kinda sad...
The most intense Guitar solo in Pink Floyd History. My voteV 4 Comments
Most beautiful acoustic part by Mr Gilmour, no doubt.
Hey man..This song can turn your your mind inside out and upside down...
Once you listened to this, there's no turning back, you'll find yourself putting it on loop, listening to nothing but Marooned and stoning away trying to surpass time.
Such an underrated solo. The depth of emotion in this is staggering. David twists and bends his instrument to make it squeal with raw emotion.
I love smoke "the saint" (weed) listening this song,this should be Top 10.V 4 Comments
It's got 3 beautiful solos, slide solo at the beginning, funky solo in the middle, and reprise of the slide solo in the end
The beginning of the first part of the solo is magic
Funky dung is really funky...
Beautiful solo. It adds to the emotion & feel of the song, but it’s also quite “harsh” and utilizes overdrive that almost sounds like distortion (if it isn’t! ). Love it. Great piece of music, totally underrated. Should be in a solid 7th place, or so.V 1 Comment
The single greatest Gilmour solo bar none. The emotion and soul he placed in every single note in the that solo is breathtaking. It is a solo that "sneaks' up on you. The first time you listen to it, you may think it's "good", but nothing special. But, listen to it over and over again and take in every cord as if you're breathing. Simply put, a gorgeous, yet grossly overlooked masterpiece from Gilmour and the Floyd.
This track is the musical definition of the word "happiness". And slowly fading solo plays a huge part in that.
Highly underrated... But kicks major ass...
It is short but so powerful.
Short but oh so sweet..
The most underrated. I picture a godzilla type creature stomping on all other guitarists as this plays.
Of course the creatures face is David's. If only it was longer.
Short but powerful solo that melts your ears
I feel like this solo is very under rated
Pinch harmonics are insane
Makes me want to dance - RalphSaad
I’m extremely surprised this isn’t in the top 10. That makes no sense to me. It’s one of the best solos I’ve ever heard and played!
Maybe not Pink Floyd's greatest solo ever, but it definitely is deserving of recognition
I was blown away by Sorrow on Gilmour's last tour (2016 - Rattle That Lock). Those 2 night in Pompeii... I will remember until the end of my days!
Gives me chills it's so beautiful.
SOOOo... UnderratedV 3 Comments
Pink Floyds best solo
The most underrated song (in the most underrated album) Pink Floyd has ever put out. Definitely deserves to be in the top ten. - RecklessGamer007
As a guitar fan comfortably numb in my opinion is a overrated guitar solos, it is an average guitar solo middle part of this song do not have too much guitar however "Interstellar Over drive" is just a riff but it is one of the most memorable sound by this band and more hard and aggressive riff than the "Comfortably numb' which make you fell "rock"
The song is so underrated, it's about a place for the power hungry who play god with innocent people like the Generals who sent his father off to die in the war, the powerful and painful solo is so emotional it really ties the whole song together.
Best solo of all time, this got me into the Final Cut. It goes so perfectly with the mood of the song. I hope to see some cool solos on Roger's new album "Is the Life we Really Want" which I will be checking out soon.
It's such a pity that the solo part from the Fletcher Memorial Home isn't in the middle of other beautiful Pink Floyd song, instead of being in the middle of Roger's moaning...
The solo - again, as so often with Mr Gilmour - is so simple, yet so hauntingly beautiful.
Not a wasted note or space, beautiful, too good for what's around it.
All of the solos in this album are awesome - ChefSkinner
Is this even a Pink Floyd song?
Yes it is. From 1965. Solo is actually pretty good.
Great, great, great!
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