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#1
Not song, but riff.

Iron Man, Black Sabbath.

Well, actually it was the begining riff in Black Sabbath, but anyone at almost any level can play that.
#2
First Riff, Bulls on Parade- Rage Against the Machine Also first full song, first solo and just about every other first lol
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#3
Sunday bloody sunday, U2
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#4
manson's version of sweet dreams, that took me a little for a beginner, shiit haven't played that in years!
#5
asides from like when the saints go marching in, it was love song by 311.

and bad horsie by steve vai
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#7
seven nation army....just like evryone else
i didnt know how to tune a guitar yet, so any song with chords sounded like ****
i could only play song on one string
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#8
enter sandman and im sure im not the only one. This must of been about 5years ago but I haven't been playing for 5 years sadly
#10
25 or 6 to 4 by chicago, my uncles a bassist and he just happened to be over the day I bought my guitar so I learned a bass line for my first riff, lol.
#12
The Beautiful People by Marilyn Manson.

That was during my first "guitar lesson". Which was basically watching my friend shred all over his sweet Fender Stratocaster.
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#13
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intro to "one" by metallica.



That was my first too, I was hooked after that.
#14
Hmmm....I believe it was either the main bass riff in Accept's Balls To The Wall or the intro to Paranoid.
#15
It's actually a really unique one for me. Possum Kingdom by the Toadies. I stand out.
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#16
This:

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--7--------------------------------- .....

Although I play metal nowadays.
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#19
Sorry I'm not special, but the first riff I learned was the good ol' 'Smoke on the water' by Deep Purple..
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#20
A lick from the beginning of the Simpsons song!
"Isn't it amazing anything's accomplished
When the little sensation gets in your way
Not one ambition whisperin' over your shoulder
Isn't it amazing you can do anything " - Gord Downie

From the song " Fireworks"
#21
comfort eagle, by cake, easiest song ever, the main riff is only 3 notes
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#22
The first riff i could play well was Nothing Else Matters Intro. Not even have to use my fretting hand.
#23
Smoke On The Water or the Crossroads intro.
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#26
does "smoke on the water" on the low e string count? cause thats wat i first learned
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#27
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manson's version of sweet dreams, that took me a little for a beginner, shiit haven't played that in years!


Same, took me a week to get it
#28
smoke on the water FTW
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#29
Don't fear the Reaper by the ever legendary Blue Öyster Cult
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#31
smoke on the water - deep purple;-)
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#33
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#34
Ode to Joy-Beethoven was first beginner song.

Man Who Sold The World-Nirvana (orig. by David Bowie) was probably my first whole song learned within a day.

Smells Like Teen Spirit-Nirvana was probably the 2nd one. Can't remember. Until I got my Artcore and AD15VT I was a Nirvana junkie. I have played just about every one of their songs. Can't say I've memorized all of them though.
#36
First riff would be the intro to Dead Skin Mask.
It's just such an easy riff that takes little to no practice almost
#39
mine was the intro to Electric Funeral by Black Sabbath
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