#5
theyre both wrong. the 2nd is the closest accept the third note should be played on the open g so it keeps ringing throughout the rest of the riff
#6
listen to nbs, hes right.
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#7
2nd is right, i got the Metallica song book, the 3rd note isnt open g
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#8
^^^Many songs books are always far from what is actually played.
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#9
A lot of song transcriptions are incorrect, you know.
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Thin necks make you play faster because guitars with thin necks sound thin and bad, and you play fast to distract people from the bad tone.
#10
oh for goodness sake what does it matter, play whatever you feel like, they both use exactly the same notes
#11
2nd way
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#12
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oh for goodness sake what does it matter, play whatever you feel like, they both use exactly the same notes

but the "voice" is different
they will ring different and sound different.
#13
Yeah, the first is using some thinner strings, I think James went for a "heavier" sound on the thicker.

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