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When you first found out how to play a riff did you play it over and over and over and no matter how many times you played it it never got old? I recently found the devil's 3rd and it is just so fun to play .
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Sunshine of my love, and Woman.

When I first started IO played those over, and over, and over and over.... well you get the idea.
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#4
Knights of Cydonia, ending riff. Amp on 11.

Epic. Today, tomorrow and all days to come. EPIC.
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Sunshine of my love, and Woman.

When I first started IO played those over, and over, and over and over.... well you get the idea.

How bout now? I've been playing for 3 years and I still play some riffs over and over, then try to change them to make more then just the riff.
#6
Pretty much. I play it over and over again til I can play it without looking at the fret board.
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Come As You Are.

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#11
i was playing blind by korn for start
that's made for 7 string, but i played it on 6.. good song for start..
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Knights of Cydonia, ending riff. Amp on 11.

EPIC.


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I play EVERYTHING until I can rock the **** out and sing at the same time.
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When you first found out how to play a riff did you play it over and over and over and no matter how many times you played it it never got old? I recently found the devil's 3rd and it is just so fun to play .


What exactly is that? They say that Black Sabbath uses it in the song "Black Sabbath" but I don't really know which note it's supposed to be or whatever.
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its called a Tri-tone...google it I cant explain it very well. But it was kind of frowned upon using it in old blues and such, because it sounds kind of dark, and dissonant. Anyways, every time I pick up my guitar I play Mr. Brownstone.
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What exactly is that? They say that Black Sabbath uses it in the song "Black Sabbath" but I don't really know which note it's supposed to be or whatever.

G standard powerchord, 5th fret on the D, 4th fret on the A.
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it's not the devil's 3rd, it's the devil's 5th. it's the interval of a tritone, an augmented 4th or diminished 5th.
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Black Dog or Heartbreaker.

Dow, dun dun dun-da-dow, da-na-na-na dun dun-da-dow.
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Black Dog or Heartbreaker.

Dow, dun dun dun-da-dow, da-na-na-na dun dun-da-da-dow.


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Black Dog or Heartbreaker.

Dow, dun dun dun-da-dow, dow da-na-na-na dun dun-da-dow.


Now it's fixed.
#23
Any and all the riffs from Dance of Death, especially the intro one, its the first thing i play when i pick up my guitar.
"Woe to You Oh Earth and Sea
for the Devil sends the beast with wrath
because he knows the time is short
Let him who hath understanding
reckon the number of the beast
for it is a human number
its number is six hundred and sixty six."
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Jeez. Onomatopoeia nazis in here.

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the intro to welcome home - CO&Ca
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G standard powerchord, 5th fret on the D, 4th fret on the A.


Oh, that one

Sounds like ****.
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Black Dog.

I have been a zep fan for a while I guess but I never for some reason learned black dog. I was flipping through guitar world and It had been tabbed out so Im like what the hell. I learned it and it is now my favorite riff of all time.
I crank my amp, turn my strat to the bridge pickup, get that treble Page sound and just rock. I can play that riff over and over.

EDIT: missed the guy before that said black dog or heartbreaker.
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#32
First it was Sunshine of Your Love when I first picked up a guitar, so I annoyed the hell out of my parents with that..then I learned Raining Blood by Slayer, and that's still my warmup song. But right now, I'm always playing Iron Maiden's Phantom of the Opera over and over
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Buck Rodgers by Feeder was the 1st riff that I ever learnt and I rate bummed it.

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How bout now? I've been playing for 3 years and I still play some riffs over and over, then try to change them to make more then just the riff.


Umm...

Paradise city, Night train, Welcome to Buckethead land, and Sweet child of mine.

Oh and I guess I should mention, almost all Led Zeppelin, and a lot of Mettalica's Kill em all stuff.
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#37
TS, you should listen to the Drapery Falls by Opeth, it's got a riff based on tritones that may well be the heaviest thing you'll ever hear.
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Me too.

that and

Intro riff to Wild Side
some sweeping
Too young to fall in love
no one like you

then I jam for a while
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