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the wako kid
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2009
20 IQ
#321
okay time to post ever song I've learned in a long time.
no genres but if you look you'll find something you like.

EZ-break on through-the doors
no woman no cry-bob marley
jeopardy theme
starwars imperial march-john williams
feel good inc-gorillaz
beat it-micheal jackson(might be a little tough for a beginner)
classico-tenacious D
the bad touch-the blood hound gang
dance dance-fall out boy
hey man nice shot-filter
piggy-Ninie inch nails
head like a hole-nine inch nails
fight song-marilyn manson
breed-nirvana
smells like teen spirit-nirvana
police truck-dead kennedys
longview-green day
when I come around-green day

MD
limelight-rush
tom sawyer-rush
hallowed be thy name-iron maiden
stinkfist-tool
trooper-iron maiden
holiday in cambodia-dead keneddies

HD
run to the hills-iron maiden
invaders-iron maiden
number of the beast-iron maiden

in case you can't tell,I like Iron maiden
Give a man a fish and he'll be hungry tomorrow,but put his ass in fishnets and someone will buy him dinner-Gene Simmons
herby190
UnBanned
Join date: Mar 2008
342 IQ
#322
A Song For Our Fathers - Explosions In The Sky

The bass in this song is absolutely beautiful. I personally consider it really easy, but I tend to use a lot of chords and arpeggios in my playing, so they're kinda second nature to me; to most, this song would probably be considered medium, because it's different to the way most people are used to playing.

EITS is post-rock, so I guess in this system, that'd put it under Alt. Rock.
itzkpanda
I'm a panda
Join date: Jun 2011
176 IQ
#323
Quote by herby190
A Song For Our Fathers - Explosions In The Sky

The bass in this song is absolutely beautiful. I personally consider it really easy, but I tend to use a lot of chords and arpeggios in my playing, so they're kinda second nature to me; to most, this song would probably be considered medium, because it's different to the way most people are used to playing.

EITS is post-rock, so I guess in this system, that'd put it under Alt. Rock.

Thanks for this song :O
I just learned it and it does sound beautiful!
Bass gear:
-Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
-Fender Rumble 15 Amp

Guitar Gear:
-Agile AL-2000
-Boss Tu-3 Tuner -> Joyo Vintage Overdrive -> Joyo Vintage Ultimate Overdrive -> Ernie Ball MVP -> TC Nova Repeater
herby190
UnBanned
Join date: Mar 2008
342 IQ
#325
Quote by bassman699
what is a flamenco chord cause i only play rock+roll
I'm not that great with terminology, but I believe that a flamenco chord is just when you finger-pick a chord; it doesn't really have anything to do with the genre.
TheTee56
UG'S Banana Saviour
Join date: Feb 2011
705 IQ
#326
Quote by herby190
A Song For Our Fathers - Explosions In The Sky

The bass in this song is absolutely beautiful. I personally consider it really easy, but I tend to use a lot of chords and arpeggios in my playing, so they're kinda second nature to me; to most, this song would probably be considered medium, because it's different to the way most people are used to playing.

EITS is post-rock, so I guess in this system, that'd put it under Alt. Rock.


I thank you for that amazing song.
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I SAY, I SAY, BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

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herby190
UnBanned
Join date: Mar 2008
342 IQ
#327
Quote by TheTee56
I thank you for that amazing song.
Don't thank me; thank Explosions In The Sky.

It's one of the parts that I probably play the most. I run two amps, the smaller of which I have a pitch shifter going to. I love to put the pitch shifter to an octave up and throw on some delay and play this; the high notes ring out an octave above, and repeat with the delay... it sounds heavenly.

Where would you put this for difficulty?