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#121
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The first complete song: Crazy Train (including solo)

First riff: E- 0-3-5--- 0-3-6-5---0-3-5---3-0



Bert?
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i wish i could see Children Of Bodom agen
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Granted. But you have to endure support by the Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers and a steaming turd.

1. Death
2. Children Of Bodom
3. Metallica
4. Megadeth
5. Pantera
6. Cannibal Corpse
#122
Either Guerilla Radio or Toxicity
Rojam's new and improved band!!!!

Listen a little bit, we DON'T suck!
#125
purple haze =D
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#126
Kansas - Carry on my Wayward Son.
LED ZEPPELIN


The jonas brothers

Most of today's music makes me wanna
#129
First song I learned on bass was probably a Blink song (no idea which one) or Swing, Swing - The All American Rejects.
#132
first riff = starting riff of hells bells - AC/DC

first song with out solo = the jack - AC/DC (olny rythym track )

first song with solo = wish you were here - Pink Floyd
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#134
I think the first song I learnt was One Last Breath by Creed.

But in terms of my "first song" when I finally found my niche in guitar was Drifting by Andy Mckee. Now I'm addicted to fingerstyle, but lean more towards Antoine Dufour.
#135
O Macdonald Had a Farm To be fair I was 6 though.

My first proper song was a Beatles song, and on bass I learned "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" by The Darkness.

My first drum song was Minority by Green Day. I phailed epically at that.
Posted from Ubuntu.

Squier Precision Bass Special in Antique Burst (LH)
Rotosound Swing 66s, 45-105

On slapping on a bass:
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pretend its a woman
i have no helpful advice

#136
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Radiohead's "Street spirit".


impressive. you must have been born with 'guitar for dummies' up your ass

(what's that smell....)
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Maybe your Dads pissed because hes shooting blanks :P
#137
The first song i learned the whole way through wuuz Europe's Carrie
#138
the song that made me play guitar was one by metalica not the full song but that easy ass **** that u play at the begining
#139
dammit- Blink
"Love doesn't exist and I'm not picking on love, because I don't think friendship exists either"


GEAR:
Caparison PLM-3
ESP/LTD Viper 400
Gretch A/E G3700
Soldano SLO 50w clone
#148
First part-of-a-song : Iron Man/Smoke On The Water
First whole song : Tears in a Vial by Megadeth.
#149
I didn't learn a complete song until a year and a half after I first plugged in (I gave up guitar within the first 6 months), with that said, when I picked it up again I was able to learn and play, including the solo, "Like A Stone" by Audioslave.
#152
My first "song" was Iron Man but the first thing I learned was the King of the Hill theme.
#156
Gorillaz - 5/4

It is one riff for the whole song. I was playing it wrong.
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You can go ahead and sponge my bob.

/notfunnyatalljoke.


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#157
Breaking the Law by Judas Preist was the first full song

the first anything was the solo to Dont Stop Beleiving
#159
Ode To Joy... Just because it was for music class... I think the first song I fully learned was Just Got To Be by the Black Keys