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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Cheap guitar guy, May 10, 2019.
Too many to choose from. Here's one I like.
The chord sequence was the only part that I thought repeated in a regular spot in the song. I'll listen again
The guitar riff starting at about 1:08 (later on, he plays it solo for some time, so you can hear exactly what he's doing):
Not only the verse/opening riff, but the intense musical release when they fall from the verses into the chorus riff and rhythm. Les Binks was a master of musical heavy metal.
Honey Hush by Foghat or Train Kept a Rollin by Aerosmith (same riff) is a blast.
I like this one quite a bit.
the breakdown in this is pretty perfect:
A bit more Leslie West
In case it hasn't been mentioned already, "Sin's A Good Man's Brother" by Grand Funk Railroad.
And, let me add another oldie, " Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida " by Iron Butterfly.
Yeah, I'm an old guy
Some great ones here already. Here are a few of my favorites that haven't been mentioned yet.
You want "heavy"?
The riff that drops at 3:20 is probably the heaviest thing you'll ever hear.
Haven't read the whole thread yet, so at the risk of repeating, I offer this.
Can't believe this hasn't been mentioned yet (at least I didn't see it).