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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

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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
Either Guerilla Radio or Toxicity
Rojam's new and improved band!!!!

Listen a little bit, we DON'T suck!
purple haze =D
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I had a dream about your avatar once, so yes of course.

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every time i see that twirling electrode avatar of yours I know that the post is worth reading or the link is worth clicking

Kansas - Carry on my Wayward Son.

The jonas brothers

Most of today's music makes me wanna
First song I learned on bass was probably a Blink song (no idea which one) or Swing, Swing - The All American Rejects.
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

UGS representitive shroudy monk
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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.
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.
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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

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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
The first song i learned the whole way through wuuz Europe's Carrie
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
dammit- Blink
"Love doesn't exist and I'm not picking on love, because I don't think friendship exists either"

Caparison PLM-3
ESP/LTD Viper 400
Gretch A/E G3700
Soldano SLO 50w clone
First part-of-a-song : Iron Man/Smoke On The Water
First whole song : Tears in a Vial by Megadeth.
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.
My first "song" was Iron Man but the first thing I learned was the King of the Hill theme.
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.


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When you date a vegetarian, you're the only meat they'll ever eat.
Breaking the Law by Judas Preist was the first full song

the first anything was the solo to Dont Stop Beleiving
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