#1
I'm just seeing if this riff is any good, if it is then I'm gunna build around it and adjust this one if need be.

all 5th and 6th strings (power chord)

15-15-15--15-11--11-11--11-11-11
13-13-13--13- 9 -- 9 - 9 -- 9 - 9 - 9

10--10--9--10--11
8 -- 8 --7-- 8 -- 9
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#2
Very Basic / Bluesy little section

Question though, why not move it up to the third and fourth string so the chords are not that high up the fretboard and may have better tonality

but i wouldnt call it a riff ill just call it a chord progression to be honest
#3
Sorry I'm new to guitar theory I didn't realize that wasn't a riff haha. Anyways Yeah I didn't think about moving it up some strings. Thanks. Yes it is basic, I haven't been playing very long. I just enjoy improvising and seeing if I can manage to create a little something.
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#5
thanks a lot dude! I find quite a few nice sounds (metal-wise) also but I havent quite learned how to include more than the 5th and 6th strings yet.
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#6
well a small tip for barre chords along the E string, is to create your E major/minor (but keep your index finger free) then slide along and place that finger to create the Rooted note Bare chord if thats what u want

Its annoying at first but practice, practice practice