"Satchel Guitar Solo" in HD - Steel Panther 9/30/09 Baltimore, MD





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Published on Oct 1, 2009

Steel Panther, "Satchel Guitar Solo", September 30, 2009 at Ram's Head Live (Baltimore, MD) SONG INFO BELOW:
0:23-2:28 Eruption (Van Halen)
2:28-2:53 Flight of the Bumblebee (Rimsky-Korsakov)
2:53-4:33 Eruption continued (Van Halen)
4:33-4:44 Smoke On The Water (Deep Purple)
4:44-4:54 Breaking The Law (Judas Priest)
4:54-5:04 The Trooper (Iron Maiden)
5:04-5:16 Trilogy Suite Opus 5 (Yngwie Malmsteen)
5:16-5:35 Master Of Puppets (Metallica)
5:35-5:47 Sweet Child O Mine (Guns N' Roses)
5:47-6:12 Iron Man (Black Sabbath)
6:12-6:19 Paranoid (Black Sabbath)
6:19-7:10 Do-Re-Mi (The Sound of Music)

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Comments • 493

Josh Martins
Stuck in the 80's!? That's the whole point of the band dumbass!!!!
Rob Covello
I fucking dispised this band when they first came around. Then I realised how good of a player Satchel is, and also grew a sense of humor. Steel Panther rules!
Right there with you, dude.  The chops and song craft in the band is scary good.
Mark Richman
That was 1,000,000,000,000,000 times better than anything John Petrucci has ever done.
He's a very talented guitarist, there's absolutely no debate about that.  Great total act!
Mark Griffiths
It's like Malmsteen, EVh and Spinal Tap all in one solo. Brilliant.
Sebastian Lacroix
Some people have no sense of fun. 
Anthony Demmons
Why are so many of you commenting so damn ignorant?
Anthony Demmons
Seriously. I don't know why this video attracted all the idiots of youtube.
Heki Kahni
They are like the globetrotters of hair metal
Russell is a lot better than people give I'm credit for
Indeedlyweedlidy my m8 :)
Russ Parrish is amazing, if you like metal check out his playing on first Halford cd Fight, War Of Words. 
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