#3
1st full song was who'll stop the rain by CCR
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#5
minuet and emily by from first to last.

Then the first song i learned at guitar lessons was Stairway To Heaven.
#7
1st riff was iron man...unless you count plateau
1st full song was uncle john's band
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#9
First one was Bags' Groove, by someone I forget...

But the first song I learned by myself? Bolero by Maurice Ravel.
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#10
First full song was Paperback Writer.
Other than that, I don't know if there was a certain riff/lick before that.


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#11
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1st riff was iron man...unless you count plateau
1st full song was uncle john's band

awww first full song was a dead song? thats badass
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#14
First full song was "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and I remember playin' that solo and being like "Oh yeah, I'm a bada**."
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#15
Blink 182 - all the small things

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#16
I've never learnt a full song. I've only ever learnt parts of songs (first riff I learnt was dammit). When I do gigs I sight read.
#17
I learned a lot of parts of songs before I learned a full song. My first riff was the main one from Crazy Train about a week or two after I started playing. It was absolutely agony. I'd have to try like 20 times before I could pull of one sloppy rendition of the whole riff. Other ones I remember from my first year - opening riff to Sabbath's Paranoid. First minute or so (first three riffs) of Metallica's Seek and Destroy. First minute or so of Iron Maiden's phantom of the opera. And yep, Smoke on the Water of course.
My first whole song (I think, it was a long time ago), was Slayer's Angel of Death at about 75% speed and minus the solos.
#18
First song I tried was Hey Joe
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#20
hm, I remember learning the simple version of the iron man riff (on the e string, like 0 3 3 5 5) like a year before I actually started learning guitar. but then when I actually first started learning for real I think the first was mary had a little lamb
#21
i think...the first actual riff i learn was shinobi vs dragon ninja...but again..i didnt know what drop c was :P so i was in standard..

needless to say...it sounded bad
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#24
ode to joy i think it was that classical song im pretty sure thats the name of it
#28
I Ain't Got You by the Yardbirds. Unless you count the dozens of songs I already knew on bass and just played that way on guitar.
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#29
White Stripes - I dont know what to do with myself
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