#1
Heyy,well yeah anyone know any easy Led Zeppelin or Jimi Hendrix songs I could try to learn?..a little info..Iv'e been playing guitar for 2 years,i know all those left hand techniques(pull-ofs,hammer ons etc etc.)In advance thanks for all the replies!
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#4
Led Zeppelin:
Stairway
Black Dog
Heartbreaker (tricky solo, just improv if you want)

Hendrix:
Purple Haze
Manic Depression
#5
Purple haze isnt too dificult if you take it step by step, fire, burning of the midnight lamp except the solo :P
#6
i thought dazed and confused was sorta easy.. the studio version that is..
black dog was farely simple to
#7
Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown, Dazed and Confused, Rock and Roll, there's a lot of their songs that aren't too bad actually

Hendrix - Purple Haze, Fire, Foxey Lady, Manic Depression also isn't that tough
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Led Zepp:
Four sticks
The Ocean
When the levee breaks
Black Dog

Jimi Hendrix:
Purple Haze
Fire
Hey Joe
Wind Cries Mary

Thousands of easy songs
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#10
Yeah i have tried Whole lotta love learned it in no time.
I can't get the repeating part of Stairway and a part after that :S
Hows the solo for Black Dog and the Ocean?
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"I can't get the repeating part of Stairway and a part after that"

Specify..you mean the repeating part in the solo?

"Hows the solo for Black Dog and the Ocean?"

Page's solos are not complex once you figure out his bending techniques.
#12
Eh, I don't really play much Led Zepp, but they suggest good ones.

Hendrix:
Little wing (Intro(Learned it within a day by heart))
Hey Joe
Purple Haze
Voodoo Child (People think its hard, but just learn all the parts, improvise the solos)
Wind Cries Mary
#13
Good times bad times by Zep is a pretty straightforward song.
51st anniversary by Hendrix is not tough either.
#14
Stairway to heavens a pretty easy song and solo. Purple haze is also easy
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"I can't get the repeating part of Stairway and a part after that"

Specify..you mean the repeating part in the solo?

"Hows the solo for Black Dog and the Ocean?"

Page's solos are not complex once you figure out his bending techniques.


Hey, sorry if i haven't been specific. its at around 6:15 and ends at 6:20.

Btw thanks for the reply
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Led Zepp - Living Loving Maid - Easiest of all the Zep songs

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is purple haze even possible to play with pick ?


There's another way to play it?
Nah jks, I only ever play it with a pick. Not hard, most of the faster stuff is done with the left hand
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thanks for the replies i have to start learning soem of em now
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#21
hi! is there anybody here enough kind to find me (or made) a tab for
"LIfe Support" by The Strays ?
I would appreciate it so much, because it was so hard,impossible to find it on the net.
Sorry if this comment isn't properly posted but unfortunately i'm a computer beginner and about this cool site too.. <:-(
Tell me where to put it in the right way...
Thank you very much for your help!!!
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#22
The first Zeppelin song I remember learning was the acoustic intro to "Over the Hills and Far Away" The main chords are G and D. This is still a fun song to play and people go nuts for it. I think it sounds harder to play than it really is.

"All Along the Watchtower" (actually written by Bob Dylan) can be played with just open position chords. I think there is a U2 version of it that is pretty simple.

Am G F G are the basic chords, although I believe Jimi played it in a different key.
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Rock and Roll by Led Zeppelin on bass is easy...
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#24
Purple Haze is pretty simple, and a great introduction to the "Hendrix Chord," the Dom7#9.

A good tip too, once you learn the riff and are up to speed a bit, visit guitarbackingtracks.com, they've got free drum/bass tracks for all these songs and you can fill in the Guitar part.

Really fun way to practice, and makes you work on playing in time to the band at the same time as you practice the licks to your favorite songs! Just playing them by yourself over and over will turn you into a very half-baked musician (as I'm rapidly discovering since I've been trying to play live more!) haha...
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Purple Haze is pretty simple, and a great introduction to the "Hendrix Chord," the Dom7#9.

A good tip too, once you learn the riff and are up to speed a bit, visit guitarbackingtracks.com, they've got free drum/bass tracks for all these songs and you can fill in the Guitar part.

Really fun way to practice, and makes you work on playing in time to the band at the same time as you practice the licks to your favorite songs! Just playing them by yourself over and over will turn you into a very half-baked musician (as I'm rapidly discovering since I've been trying to play live more!) haha...

Dude, WTF? Why did resurrect a thread that is over 3 years old? I'm pretty sure TS has gotten all the info he needed or else he would have kept it alive. Not to mention it doesn't even belong in guitar techniques in the first place.
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#26
two great Hendrix songs to learn on:
Hey Joe: E C G D A
Little Wing: Em G Am Em Bm Bbm Am G F C D

Those patterns repeat through the entire songs. Great tunes to jam too
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Dude, WTF? Why did resurrect a thread that is over 3 years old? I'm pretty sure TS has gotten all the info he needed or else he would have kept it alive. Not to mention it doesn't even belong in guitar techniques in the first place.

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