#1
Does anyone know a famous song that includes this note or the chord at the begining of a riff.?

If it's the second chord of a riff, it's still good. Thanks
#4
raining blood. the tuning for it is down one half step.
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#8
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I must ask, why? That's a bit of a strange request


To help me remember the sounds of the notes I associate them with a song. But somehow, that D# note or chord isn't featured in any of the song I play.

White Lies' To lose my life will do.

Thanks a lot for all the quick responses.
#9
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To help me remember the sounds of the notes I associate them with a song. But somehow, that D# note or chord isn't featured in any of the song I play.

White Lies' To lose my life will do.

Thanks a lot for all the quick responses.

I hate to say it, but it probably won't work. If you do think of it, there is a good chance that you will think of the song, but in another key.
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#10
Hendrix and GnR are all tuned to D# standard, there are bound to be more than a few low Es (D#s whatever) in there.
#11
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