TJK3
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Join date: Apr 2012
627 IQ
#1
When you pick up your guitar what are some of your "go to" riffs that you love playing?

My List:

- Chinese Rock- The Ramones
- 3's & 7'S- QOTSA
- Any Zepplin song
ZombieCran
Q(O_OQ)
Join date: Mar 2011
146 IQ
#2
The Ocean - Led Zeppelin
Heart Breaker - Led Zeppelin
Linger (Intro) - The Cranberries
Money - Pink Floyd
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lfcagger
twat
Join date: Jan 2011
637 IQ
#3
Caustic... - Trivium
Locust - Machine Head
Work Song - Nat Adderly
My stuff


Gibson Les Paul Studio
Ibanez ADC120
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Blackstar HT20
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mr7string
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2010
938 IQ
#5
Doxa - Monuments
the intro to Vessel - the contortionist
Various Veil of Maya riffs.

All excellent warm up tracks!
Banjocal
UG's only only
Join date: Sep 2009
1,174 IQ
#6
Quote by mr7string
Doxa - Monuments
the intro to Vessel - the contortionist
Various Veil of Maya riffs.

All excellent warm up tracks!
Sorry to go off topic, but which member of Orion are you again? I chat with Ryan and I never know if you are him.

OT: The only other riffs I play are my own. Sometimes I jam with Plug In Baby.

EDIT: actually, sometimes I play something similar to Unorthodox Caveman by Sunn.
Last edited by Banjocal at May 18, 2012,
SilverSpurs616
AKA VypyrVai
Join date: May 2007
2,147 IQ
#7
The Whole World's Gonna Know - Mr Big
If I Could Fly - Joe Satriani
I Would Love To - Steve Vai

and some 7-string beauties!
Warcry - Outworld
Torn Between Scylla and Charybdis - Trivium

Ibanez RG1527 - Dimarzio Air Norton/Evo 7
Ibanez RG1XXV - Liquifire/Crunch Lab
Elixir Strings - Dunlop Petrucci Jazz picks

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sroze478
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Join date: Oct 2010
272 IQ
#9
Plug In Baby is just too much fun. I love to do that riff.
Black Dog is a great lick.
Fat Lip by Sum 41.
Hysteria is another awesome Muse song.
stoic
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2009
103 IQ
#11
Metallica - Disposable Heroes
Megadeth - Tornado of Souls
Pantera - Mouth For War
Astro Zombies - Misfits

Yes, I still live in the early 1990s.
bobafettacheese
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Join date: Mar 2011
1,387 IQ
#13
Baroness- A horse called golgotha
Opeth- Master's Apprentice
Mastodon- Seabeast
Gibson-DC standard, PRS S2 Mira, Ibanez RG570, Schecter Banshee 7, MIA strat, Reverend Manta Ray 290
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deadlydictator
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Join date: Dec 2011
523 IQ
#14
Quote by bobafettacheese
Baroness- A horse called golgotha
Opeth- Master's Apprentice
Mastodon- Seabeast

**** yea mastodon!

mine? Death- pull the plug
MASTODON FTW
Nickpocalypse
Thread Killer
Join date: Jun 2009
361 IQ
#15
I learned a riff Petrucci wrote and used during the drummer auditions, very heavy and groovy and it's become a go to riff, especially for downtuned, extended range guitars.
TheShredifi
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Join date: Mar 2011
83 IQ
#16
Just got to be - The Black Keys
anything bluesy
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98' Epiphone Les Paul Custom w/ EMG 81/85ZW
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bobafettacheese
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Join date: Mar 2011
1,387 IQ
#18
Quote by deadlydictator
**** yea mastodon!

mine? Death- pull the plug


Completely forgot Death, mine would have to be Crystal Mountain though
Gibson-DC standard, PRS S2 Mira, Ibanez RG570, Schecter Banshee 7, MIA strat, Reverend Manta Ray 290
Marshall JCM 2000 DSL100, Peavey 5150, Mesa Rectoverb
Mesa 4x12,2-2x12's
Misc. Pedals