#1
The song One by Metallica, what would you rate it as, novice intermediate or begginer. The song as a whole, not just the solo, and not the rest of the song, but as a whole. Thanks
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The song One by Metallica, what would you rate it as, novice intermediate or begginer. The song as a whole, not just the solo, and not the rest of the song, but as a whole. Thanks


I'd say intermediate. Some of Kirk's clean guitar is hard to get, and there's a bit of tapping, but nothing super hard.
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intermedite +1. its got some tougher parts for people just starting out ut i wouldnt consider it a typically hard solo
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#4
Song outside the main solo intermediate/beginner.

Solo, intermediate (tapping part)/hard (picking parts)
#5
Just intermediate. I don't know, it just took me one day to learn the whole song. In fact, I still haven't found a difficult song by Metallica. Once you've got pentatonics, alternate and down picking, and a bit of tapping, you're done.
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Just intermediate. I don't know, it just took me one day to learn the whole song. In fact, I still haven't found a difficult song by Metallica. Once you've got pentatonics, alternate and down picking, and a bit of tapping, you're done.


Dyers Eve.
Ride the Lightning.
Blackened.
Creeping Death.
...And Justice for All

Tell me these aren't difficult.
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anything off of and justice for all, they really went all out with the riffing on that album
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All of Justice is very difficult, with the exception of One. One is easy for the first half, but after the tapping bit, it's quite difficult for a while, not impossibly hard though, I'd say intermediate.
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Dyers Eve.
Ride the Lightning.
Blackened.
Creeping Death.
...And Justice for All

Tell me these aren't difficult.


are you saying the whole song,solo,or just the riffs?
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Dyers Eve.
Ride the Lightning.
Blackened.
Creeping Death.
...And Justice for All

Tell me these aren't difficult.


I actually didn't find them really difficult. One day for each song, except the solo from Creeping Death; that one took me 3 days . And Dyers Eve... which I still haven't tried.
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#13
I will say is an advanced song. Not intermediate because to get the distortion rhythm part with he right timing (without playing extra notes) is not easy at all. And to play the tapping solo perfectly clean, it can get quite tough. Well, thats my opinion anyway.
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Intermediate, nothing that you can't manage if you practice it enough.
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