Blind Melon - Seed to a Tree - Solo
Blind Melon is kind of a unique band guitar-wise: they had two guitarists that both played rhythm and lead, sometimes interchangeably. If you omit one of the guitar parts, the song sounds like trash. "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts", or whatever. A very synergistic collection.
Like most bands of that era, one of the band members died of heroin or cocaine or speed or all three. So we got two albums and a "B-sides" thing. But Seed to a Tree, off of their 1992 self-titled debut album, might be the most "hard rock" song that they did. It has two pretty sweet solos in it back-to-back, the first kind of a hard rock-blues thing, and the second a bunch of gratuitous pentatonics with a wah pedal.
The first solo was performed by Rogers Stevens and the second by Christopher Thorn.