#1
This may sound rather strangge but the smoke on the water riff sounds better on the 3 & 4 than the 4&5. Much more accurate.

Comments to this are more than welcome
#2
Quote by elgatonegro
This may sound rather strangge but the smoke on the water riff sounds better on the 3 & 4 than the 4&5. Much more accurate.

Comments to this are more than welcome


Well done my friend, you are correct. It sounds better on 3rd & 4th string rather than 4th & 5th! I prefer to play it on 3rd & 4th aswell.
#3
It's the way it's originally played, the way it is on the recording. But I'm glad someone noticed, I'm tired of seeing new guitarist playing it on the lowest strings and whatnot >.<
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#4
how strange that a guitar riff sounds better the way it was originally written!


it's always been played on the D and G strings

G-0-3-5--0-3-6-5-
D-0-3-5--0-3-6-5-
#5
instead of the open D & G strings i bar down A & D on 5th fret
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