Angus Young solos are a good starting point! Highway to Hell for example contains a lot of classic licks, sounds good and isn't too complicated. Learn how to play the whole solo very slow (with a metronome or by slowing down the actual track). If a lick in particular offers more difficulties, play just that lick really slow and speed up as you get better at it then connect it to the rest of the solo.
I think Bark at the Moon is a bit ambitious as a first solo! Most of the time, solos don't sound as hard as they are and you can lose motivation quickly. As people suggested, David Gilmour is a great starting point (listen to the solo on Mother for example) to practice bends and some blues licks. Check out: AC/DC, Pink Floyd, some Metallica (intro solo to Fade to Black), when you get more comfortable definitely check out Deep Purple (solo on Smoke on the Water is a beauty), some Guns n roses (intro to pradise city, knocking on heavens foor solo), Dire Straits (Sultan of swing first solo, then second one maybe!).
Hope it helps