#1
Does anybody know where the horn piece at the start came from?

I know it's reversed, but I don't remember...And it's irritating me...

Thanks...
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#4
they use gp5
or an bavarian
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#6
Oh, I thought my guitarist told me, and I thought Jame's hinted that it was a famous piece once, but he didn't say....oops.
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#7
according to wikipedia: The drum & horn intro was essentially taken from a Western movie and then reversed so its source would be hidden, as Hetfield later explained on "Classic Albums: Metallica - The Black Album". The band has never disclosed what movie the sound was taken from, although it is strongly reminiscent of a segment of Ennio Morricone's "The Showdown" from the movie "For a Few Dollars More".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Unforgiven_%28song%29
#8
woo!!!
Wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Unforgiven_%28song%29

"The drum & horn intro was essentially taken from a Western movie and then reversed so its source would be hidden, as Hetfield later explained on "Classic Albums: Metallica - The Black Album". The band has never disclosed what movie the sound was taken from, although it is strongly reminiscent of a segment of Ennio Morricone's "The Showdown" from the movie "For a Few Dollars More"."

Ass.
#9
i think it is from the good , the bad and the ugly....but i'm not so sure so don't take me so serious
#10
Thanks!
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