Guitarist2673
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2006
177 IQ
#1
I wrote this, but I'm not sure if it's been used b-4

e---------------
B-----3--------
G-----2----2/4
D--2-------2/4
A--2-----------
E--------------
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King ofKumbucha
Gore not Core
Join date: Jan 2006
1,851 IQ
#3
No offense but...that isn't really much of anything and I'm sure that it has been used at some point.

BUT, dont let that discourage you. Add more to the riff and keep at it.
crash_course
UG's Revolutionary
Join date: May 2006
586 IQ
#4
Quote by King ofKumbucha
No offense but...that isn't really much of anything and I'm sure that it has been used at some point.

BUT, dont let that discourage you. Add more to the riff and keep at it.

agreed.
and dont worry about it.
DaliLama
Piss Mop
Join date: Apr 2006
152 IQ
#5
E, D, A, B? A thousand great songs have used that, and a thousand shitty ones, it's all how you use it and who plays it with you and who sings and what they sing and do you have balls...
Brit_Rock
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2005
70 IQ
#6
neh people use other peoples riffs nd chord sequences all the time, just keep in mind that theres only a finite number of possible sequences like 88 to the power of 88 to the power of however long your song is. sum1 will accidently use sum1s chord or riff sumwere, its bound to happen but i dont rele matter unless u intentionally nicked it,