#1
Hey. What are some intermediate difficulty Metallica songs which can be played with two guitars?

Thanks!
#2
All Metallica songs are played with two guitars, aren't they? Like 'Fade to Black', one plays rhythm part, arpeggios, chords, and the second one plays solos and rhythm.
#3
All of them.
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#4
Yep all of them are 2 guitar songs. Just gotta have the skills to play some of the parts
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#6
For Whom The Bell Tolls is quite easy and fun to play together with a friend
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Hey. What are some intermediate difficulty Metallica songs which can be played with two guitars?

Thanks!

Have you ever counted the number of members in Metallica?
Or perhaps looked to see what instruments they play?
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#11
Maybe he meant two guitars with considerably different parts? Kirk and James pretty much play the same rhythm parts, but Kirk gets the solo.

If this is the case, I'd suggest Call of Cthulu [or whatever the intstrumental from Ride the Lightning was called].
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#12
I now see that basically every Metallica song is played with two guitars. The reason I got confused is this tab: http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/metallica/the_call_of_ktulu_tab.htm

It lists 4 guitars, but I now see that they are actually played by Kirk and James.

Sorry for sounding dumb.

However, I also asked for intermediate difficulty songs, and every song you suggested seem to be such.

Thank you all.
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I now see that basically every Metallica song is played with two guitars. The reason I got confused is this tab: http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/metallica/the_call_of_ktulu_tab.htm

It lists 4 guitars, but I now see that they are actually played by Kirk and James.

Sorry for sounding dumb.

However, I also asked for intermediate difficulty songs, and every song you suggested seem to be such.

Thank you all.

That may be because in the studio they were multi tracking their guitars.

When my band recorded our Cd's I laid 3 rhythm tracks and 2 lead tracks and I was the only guitarist. The song is on my profile if you want to hear what it sounds like
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#14
Yeah, you can do whatever you want in studio. You can have ten guitar tracks if you want. But you just have to find a way to play it live so that it sounds good. For example Achilles Last Stand by Led Zeppelin has lots of overdubs but there's just one guitarist playing them. They had to make compromises when playing the song live.
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Just remember that there are no boring scales, just boring players.

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Charvel So Cal
Fender Dimension Bass
Hartke HyDrive 210c
Ibanez BL70
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Tokai TB48
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Yamaha P115
#15
That was my point. I needed a song that can be played without having to record multiple tracks with one guitar.

It seems that I am going to learn For Whom The Bell Tolls with my friend. We could possibly make a cover soon.

Thank you again.