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Favorite Guitar Riffs


David Hassellhoff
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Mine:

Metallica-Sanitarium Opening with mini solo(Mostly because I can play it). :D

Metallica-For Whom the Bell Tolls Opening Riff

Metallica-One the Interlude

Black Sabbath-Iron Man

White Stripes-Seven Nation Army Solo

Jimi Hendrix-Vodoo Child Slight Return opening

Guns N' Roses-Sweet Child of Mine the main riff

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Guest LegionCageFan

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

Ozzy Osborne w/ Randy Rhodes - Mr. Crowley

Incubus - Drive

Stevie Ray Vaughn - Voodoo Child

Stevie Ray Vaughn - Pipeline

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Ani DiFranco - "Gravel"...you don't come much cooler than that

Jeff Buckley - "Grace"

Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - "Please Don't Touch"

T-Rex - "20th Century Boy"

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Guest Locutus of Borg

The opening to James Gang's "Funk #49", right before the vocals start.

The whole guitar thing on Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" is awesome. A nice little folk line.

The opening solo on moe.'s "32 Things". It's short, but awesome.

Led Zeppelin's "Over the Hills and Far Away" is good the whole way through.

Keller Williams has some good ones, most notably on "Freeker by the Speaker" and "Eyes of the World".

The guitar in Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" is also damn good.

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"Jesus Was a Communist" - Reagan Youth

"The Alcoholic" - Chaos UK

"Sick" - Unsane

"Golden Showers" - The Mentors

"Gimme Some Head" - G.G. Allin

"Bleed For Me" - Dead Kennedys

"Johnny Too Bad" - The Offs

"Ak-47" - UK Subs

"Minnesota Strip" - The Dictators

"Raw Power" - Iggy and the Stooges

"Kids of the Blackhole" - Adolescents

"Fighting Boys" - Battalion of Saints

"Flossing with an E String" - Kraut

"Society Sucker" - Agnostic Front

"Punx Picnic" - Oi Polloi

"Born to Lose" - Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers

I've said it before, and I'll say it again....I could go on and on but I'll refrain.

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I've always been a fan of the Pearl Jam - Alive solo. Also, Alice in Chains - Man in the Box has some nice licks.

Iron Maiden has more than I care to list. Fear of the Dark is one of my favorites, just because it's one of the first I really liked.

Extreme - Cupid's Dead. It's a fun song.

Yeah, there's tons of great riffs out there... it's important to learn the whole song though, when you're learning guitar.

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Guest Tommy M. Wing

When The Levee Breaks- Led Zeppelin

Kashmir- Led Zeppelin

Run Like Hell- Pink Floyd

Whole Lotta Love- Led Zeppelin

Yes indeed, Zeppelin does rule.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Sorry to bring back an old topic, but I just bought Appetite For Destruction; Sweet Child O'Mine (not just the opening, the whole thing) and My Michelle (again, the whole track) have to be two of the greatest guitar tunes ever. Especially My Michelle, because everyone loves Sweet Child O'Mine, so it loses its awesomness :P

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