#1
I need some riffs to start out with to make some songs. Maybe 6/10 on the difficulty scale.

oh and This is for Rock and Metal songs
#2
ummmm......maybe write your own?

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#3
okay,
but you'll need to make the rythm yourself.

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#4
if your looking for inspiration just go look up other artists music and analze it and get ideas from there, no ones just gonna hand you a good riff to build a song on. it gotta come from you if you wanna call it your song.
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#5
The only way to make riffs you know you can play is to make them yourself.

Pick up your instrument, pick a note to start on and play.
#6
The coolest riffs come from just jamming and saying, "I like that." That's the way I always come up with any of my own riffs. It's not something where I just sit down and say, "Okay, I'm going to write the next big hit right now." Not to mention the fact that noone's going to hand you a good riff on the internet...
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