#1
These are the songs I know:

Intro To Crazy Train by: ozzy osbourne
Intro To Smoke On The Water BY: Deep Purple
Intro To Day Tripper By The Beatles
Everything In Enter Sandman except for the solo.
Cannon By: The White Stripes
I think I smell a rat BY: The White Stripes
Intro To Blue Orchid By: The White Stripes
Intro To Dead Leaves and the dirty ground By the white stripes
Intro, chorus, verse, and part of the 1st solo in Wish You Were Here By: Pink Floyd
Intro and part of the solo of Money BY: Pink Floyd
The Star Spangled Banner: Jimi Hendrix
Intro To Sunshine Of Your Love By: Cream
Floating By: The Raconteurs

I have been playing for 6 months, and now I am looking for my next song to learn. If you want to be really helpful, in my signature I have all my guitars, please tell me which guitar I would play it on. Thanks for the help!
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#3
^+1

I'd say go for seek and destroy by Metallica or Fear of the dark by Iron Maiden.
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#4
I really doubt you have those guitars after playing 6 months. do you mean 6 years? or are you just trying to impress people?
#5
you have a les paul, a strat, a telecaster, an ibanez, a blues deluxe and you're playing for 6 months????
#6
Quote by thebl@de
you have a les paul, a strat, a telecaster, an ibanez, a blues deluxe and you're playing for 6 months????

Do you have a problem with that?
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#7
yes, did u buy them all urself, or were they passed onto you by family, or are u just spoilt?
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#8
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yes, did u buy them all urself, or were they passed onto you by family, or are u just spoilt?

#9
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Fender Strat 70's Classic
Fender Telecaster 72 Reissue
Eastwood Airline 2P DLX
Hamer Standard Flametop
Ibanez RG4EX1
ElectroHarmonix Big Muff Pi
Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue


WTF???
Be cool.
#11
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Gibson Les Paul Studio
Fender Strat 70's Classic
Fender Telecaster 72 Reissue
Eastwood Airline 2P DLX
Hamer Standard Flametop
Ibanez RG4EX1
ElectroHarmonix Big Muff Pi
Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue


WTF???
+1
You have like $5000 worth of gear!
#12
Quote by JackWhite333

Intro To Sunshine Of Your Love By: Cream


Learn the rest of that song,

and I'd recommend Purple Haze by Hendrix, and.. hmm.. Tangerine by Zeppelin. Easy songs but they sound great
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Wandering, wandering in hopeless night
Out here in the perimeter there are no stars

Out here we is stoned
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#13
Quote by JackWhite333
can you guys just answer the question!!



Answer ours about why you have all that gear and we'll answer yours.
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#14
finish those songs.
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#15
Well if his birthday is 1980 that makes him 28 in which case he can damn well treat himself to 5000$ worth of gear if he wants to! Guys lay the **** off he can do what he damn well want with his own money
Let me tell you about heartache and the loss of god
Wandering, wandering in hopeless night
Out here in the perimeter there are no stars

Out here we is stoned
Immaculate.
#16
Dude...you have all that gear in 6 months and you can barely play intro stuff? I smell stupidity and spoiled-ness.
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cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#18
Quote by Slaytanic1993
Dude...you have all that gear in 6 months and you can barely play intro stuff? I smell stupidity and spoiled-ness.


Yeah and I smell jealousy.
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Wandering, wandering in hopeless night
Out here in the perimeter there are no stars

Out here we is stoned
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#19
^

Ihate all the guitars he has, actually the only thing I wouldn't mind having is the Blues Deluxe...even then, I would probably sell it for a different amp.
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cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#20
Quote by Slaytanic1993
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Ihate all the guitars he has, actually the only thing I wouldn't mind having is the Blues Deluxe...even then, I would probably sell it for a different amp.


Is it any of your business what kind of gear he has? NO, it's NOT! If you don't have anything helpful to add to the thread, go away, ya jealous hater! (Note that jealousy in this case is not necessarily directed towards the gear itself, but perhaps in the amount of $$$ spent).

To the TS, I definitely understand why you've only learned intros/parts of songs. When I started, I did the same thing - it might be easy to play a 3-chord verse, but playing a crazy solo is way beyond the ability of a beginner, so learning a whole song at once is definitely not something that is "necessary," as others have tried to argue. The best advice here is to just look up your favorite artists and songs and find ones that you can play or that challenge you to become better. If you really like a song, but it's too difficult, learn others and come back to it later. I've done this and continue to do it, and after a few months, songs that seemed too difficult are often easy. So, I'm not going to recommend any songs or artists because I don't know what you like, and it's better for you to learn what you like than what I like.
#22
Johnny Be Goode by chuck berry
on your Fender Blues...
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#23
Thanks for all the replys guys, (except of course for you annoyances). Thank you to all, who actually gave me a good response, especially MudaFoka and HighBinder for telling the nuisances to leave me alone. I would appreaciate more replys if you UG users will, but please DON'T MENTION MY GEAR AGAIN! lol
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#25
I know u just said not to mention your gear again, but I highly doubt you have all that, especially since in your profile pics they are all stock photos found on guitarcenter's website...

Anyways, assuming you aren't a troll and you actually want people to answer the questions, I recommend you first learn the rest of all the songs you started before starting more.
#26
Dudes, jealousy hurts? He has an awesome gear, tell him "congratz" instead of trying to make him feel bad.
Learn Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark.
And send me that strat if you can :P .

EDIT: Also try Nightwish - Beauty And The Beast. It's a very nice song with easy riffs, and has an amazingly easy solo that sounds awesome.
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#27
WOW!

Floyd, Hendrix, and the right honourable White Stripes are some of my favourite artists, and i have to admit than when i started playing about 2 years ago i learnt a lot of white stripes songs coz they're easy to figure out and quite simple to learn.

Having a similar musical background to you i have to recommend Freakin' Out by Graham Coxon coz it was one of the first songs i learnt and a lot of fun to play. If you want a riff fest of songs i would also recommend Wolfmother - they're a cross between The White Stripes and Led Zeppelin (who are similar anyway)
#28
Quote by zindsoros
You should check this thread out, its really nice to have bookmarked.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=636381&

I second that. But learn the whole songs. Just parts won't teach you to play properly.
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#29
Try learning some more Metallica songs, they're great for your speed and stamina.
Try: The Four Horsemen
Creeping Death
Master of Puppets
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#30
oh man
i wish i had money

i can play harder stuff and my electric's only a squier


but anyhoo suggestions:

looking at ur avatar:
try learning nirvana songs all the way through cos they're easy as, and its good for power chords and playing songs with 1 guitar

urmmm
plug in baby's awesome to learn, gets all your finger's moving while being pretty easy
killing in the name - ratm is also cool and pretty easy minus the solo
#31
Quote by adr11iano
oh man
i wish i had money

i can play harder stuff and my electric's only a squier


but anyhoo suggestions:

looking at ur avatar:
try learning nirvana songs all the way through cos they're easy as, and its good for power chords and playing songs with 1 guitar

urmmm
plug in baby's awesome to learn, gets all your finger's moving while being pretty easy
killing in the name - ratm is also cool and pretty easy minus the solo

The solo is actually pretty easy if you can alternate pick and have the Digitech pedal he used.