#1
Yea

I know these already:

Seek And Destroy
Master Of Puppets (Most of it)
Enter Sandman
One
Sad But True

Probably some more I forgot. I want some classical Metallica songs, pretty heavy but not too hard to play.

thanks
GEAR

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#3
Quote by eds1275
Umm, do you like The Unforgiven?

Ya, the first version. That's not too heavy though, but I'm gonna take a look at it.
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#6
meh, I'm not a Metallica expert and that was the only one that came to mind considering how....oh wait! Ride the Lightning.
#7
for whom the bell tolls, orion or devils dance maybe?
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#9
Blackened is always sweet
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#11
yeah nothing else matters is soo heavy... and he already plays one
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#13
Kill em all anyone? Most of the songs on that arent too difficult and sound sweet too, pure thrash =D
Try no remorse or hit the lights, they have some sweet riffs and they are fairly straight foward.
If your downpicking is up to speed, you could give creeping death a go too.
#14
Motorbreath. Or 2x4 from Load
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#15
For Whom The Bell Tolls,The Four Horsemen,Creeping Death...
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#16
you are looking for Orion, not too difficult and a couple different riffs to learn, all of which are extremely metal
#18
Whiplash, you should be able to learn it in about 5 minutes. Its basicaly just chuging on the low E with a decent solo and a few power chords in the chorus.
#19
Quote by donfeliz
you are looking for Orion, not too difficult and a couple different riffs to learn, all of which are extremely metal

Yea, I was looking for something exactly like that! Thanks.
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#20
You can try Call Of Ktulu then also,it has some nice heavy riffs after the acoustic intro.
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