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#1
Just thought it might be fun to here your opinions on the most recognized opening or lead riffs to a song in your memory. I mean your hear the opening licks and instantly know the song.

I’ll open with “Secret agent Man”

#2
Master of puppets, easily

Edit: you didn't start this thread to show of your gear, did you?
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#4
Iron Man, Stairway to Heaven, Carry on Wayward Son

The list goes on, and on, and on!!! Oh yeah, Don't Stop Believing...well, it's not really a lick, but the opening is damn recognizable.
#6
Why is there a picture of your guitars in this thread? Thats only kind of random =/. For the Back In Black riff.
#7
you got guns man.... probably for hunting or maybe to scare kids and ganstaz away but still...
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#10
i love the big pile of shotguns just sitting there by your gear

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#12
Crazy Train
Welcome to the Black Parade
Master of Puppets
Beast and the Harlot
Rooftops
Hangar 18
Symphony of Destruction

Loads more
#13
Hey I am just an Old Man and I just figured out how to do that picture thing.

Led Zepplin bass riff One Little Woman
#14
Ride the Lightning
Creeping Death
Pull Me Under
Breaking the Law
The Trooper
Layla
Smells Like Teen Spirit
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#15
i would say Layla actually
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#17
Nothing Else Matters, Stairway, Highway to Hell, Purple Haze.
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Crazy Train
Welcome to the Black Parade
Master of Puppets
Beast and the Harlot
Rooftops
Hangar 18
Symphony of Destruction

Brigadier of the 7-string legion. 7>6

Fender Telecaster
Schecter Damien 7
Engl Fireball
#21
Plug In Baby by Muse is one of the most recognisable riffs of all-time, and for me, two others are AFI's Killing Lights and Pull Me Under by Dream Theatre. And I bet ANYONE would recognise Enter Sandman
But yeah, Plug In Baby - one of THE most iconic riffs. Not bad for a guy on magic mushrooms XD

Edit: nice gear. Especially the guns. You a flamer hunter or something?

Ibanez S470
Laney HCM30R
Digitech GNX3000
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#22
wat beautiful instruments and fire-arms you have there.

stareway
smoke on the water
iron man
#23
Enter Sandman - Metallica (of course)
As I Am - Dream Theater (Very Eerie beginning)
One - Metallica
Psalm of Lydia - Nevermore (Insanity)
Cowboys from Hell - Pantera
Cemetary Gates - Pantera (beautiful)
Bleed the Fifth - Divine Heresy (for face melting brutalness) :P

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#24
Sweet child o' mine and smoke on the water.
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#26
im surprised no one has said anything bout the line 6 stack in the pic but that might have something to do with the massive pile of shotguns that are also in the pic
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#27
Yeah, I seriously don't get why you posted your gear, seems kinda off topic...

Anyway yeah, any Metallica song is probably recognized by todays youth (which would inlcude me) I guess. That or like.... Raining Blood?
#28
no back in black yet?
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#29
Raining Blood - Slayer

Bit suprised no one has mentioned that lick yet
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#30
Statesboro Blues, Black Dog, Call me the Breeze, any AC/DC song, etc.
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Sweet child o' mine and smoke on the water.
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yep, along with stairway noone can deny that, even if you dont like the riffs

edit: highway to hell, back in black, jailbreak etc etc etc
#34
Sweet Home Alabama in 4 notes.
Smoke on the Water in 3 power chords.

Since power chords are 2 notes, I'd say Sweet Home beats it.
#37
A Hard Day's Night. That chord says it all.
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#39
When I watched Lord of War (pretty good movie), and Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah started, I had already pointed at the screen, body snatcher-style and blurted out "Hallelujah!!" before the second note, so I guess that's one I can recognize.

But ask some of my close friends- I recognize songs so easily they get scared sometimes.
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sweet child of mine, johnny b goode
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