#1
... like me.

Easy, like real easy.

Don't give me Smoke on the Water, please.

I'm currently practicing Seven Nation Army and damn, it's hard (yes I'm a noob) especially the sliding part.
#3
rage against the machine did it for me
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#5
Most songs by Green Day.
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#6
Every Nirvana songs
Every Green Day songs
Every Avril Lavigne Songs
Every Puddle Of Mudd Songs
Every Nickelback songs (Since they use the same 3 chords in EVERY song)
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#8
quiet - smashing pumpkins.

good to start ya alternate picking! compared to seven nation army, i would say its a +2 in difficulty over all

left hand is easy, picking, well, you have to pick (learn the bass line of the song*****)
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#10
Yeah Green Day is that easy

Also the intro to Stairway to Heaven is loads of fun
#12
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Yeah Green Day is that easy

Also the intro to Stairway to Heaven is loads of fun


I could play stairway's intro too, and yes it is fun, but hard
#13
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#14
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Every Nirvana songs
Every Green Day songs
Every Avril Lavigne Songs
Every Puddle Of Mudd Songs
Every Nickelback songs (Since they use the same 3 chords in EVERY song)


Agree. Avril's and Nickelback's songs are easy enough..
#15
Breaking the Law - Judas Priest, it was my first song, it's pretty easy.
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#17
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green day that easy?

Yes.
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#18
the godfather theme, simple man, the intro to one by metallica, phsco by puddle of mudd, sweet dreams by marilyn manson, black dog and the ocean by zeppelin
#19
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Every Nickelback songs (Since they use the same 3 chords in EVERY song)


The songs off the new album have a few good solos... they all have the same effect/tone and sound similar... but they still sound good ^_^
#20
Quote by G-loony
Every Nirvana songs
Every Green Day songs
Every Avril Lavigne Songs
Every Puddle Of Mudd Songs
Every Nickelback songs (Since they use the same 3 chords in EVERY song)


you know, not all nirvana songs are easy :/
kthxbai.
#21
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Black Sabbath - Iron Man
Judas Priest - Breaking The Law
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#22
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Every Nirvana songs
Every Green Day songs
Every Avril Lavigne Songs
Every Puddle Of Mudd Songs
Every Nickelback songs (Since they use the same 3 chords in EVERY song)

Without being a complete nirvana fanboy, the idea of Nirvana being put in the same category as those bands makes me want to barf. Kurt may have been a mediocre guitarist, but at least he was actually trying to be simple, rather than being naturally talentless and derivative. I suppose to give credit where credit is due, the green day guitarist is probably more talented than people think as well, albeit not much more.

To the TC, the riff from back in black is good practice and sounds far more impressive than it actually is. Same goes for the intro to sweet child o mine. Truthfully it depends on what style of music you like, so if you're into british indie those might not be your cup of tea (try teddy picker by the arctic monkeys if you are).
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#24
Paradise City by Guns n Roses was my first song. Its pretty fun with the solos
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#25
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Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd


awesome song, but if hes struggling with seven nation army, i dont think hes ready for that
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#26
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Without being a complete nirvana fanboy, the idea of Nirvana being put in the same category as those bands makes me want to barf. Kurt may have been a mediocre guitarist, but at least he was actually trying to be simple, rather than being naturally talentless and derivative. I suppose to give credit where credit is due, the green day guitarist is probably more talented than people think as well, albeit not much more.



Well yeah i'm not a fanboy either but i do like them alot.
And me putting them into that catagorie is indeed sickening altough theire songs ARE easy, Except for theire noise songs afcourse
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Dude, I think I would know, Trivium invented Thrash, Metallica are lucky they got as far as they did piggy-backing off of Trivium's signature style.