#1
I heard it on 97.1 The River (Atlanta classic rock station) and it was an instrumental. The lead guitar played pretty much the entire time and it was all with tons of wah. The rythym played a simple power chord-classic rock type thing. Not much more I can describe about it so any help is appreciated.
#4
Hah that radio station is kewl.
I live in GA too
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#5
lol, sorry I wasn't much of a help, I shall write if I think of anything else that fits the description!
#6
Frankenstein by the edgar winter group maybe?

EDIT: wait nvm, I don't think there's any wah in that one.
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I heard it on 97.1 The River (Atlanta classic rock station) and it was an instrumental. The lead guitar played pretty much the entire time and it was all with tons of wah. The rythym played a simple power chord-classic rock type thing. Not much more I can describe about it so any help is appreciated.
That is possibly the most generic description of a classic rock song I've ever seen.

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