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Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by Mooncat84, Feb 11, 2020.
Do you agree with my order? Did I miss any out?
Love em all!!!
Satisfaction and Another Brick in the Wall have easy ones. So does Come as You Are by Nirvana.
Those are the first 3 I learned lol. For whatever reason, it was much easier to learn that than chord progressions. So I learned that instead lol. Back on chord progressions and remembering finger positions now.
Most of these were old obvious ones but the RHCP was a good add. This is a great video for a newer player looking for ideas.
Secret Agent Man. Oldie, but goodie.
You know, I did think about adding a Nirvana riff! I was thinking Teen Spirit, but actually Come As You Are would have been perfect for this list.
Thanks! I'm hoping some newer players can use these riffs as stepping stones to some great music they might not have heard yet
That one was pretty difficult for a noob compared to the other 2 lol. Took me about a week before I could play it faster than about 40 bpm. I had no idea my fingers would actually do that. To say I was stoked the first time I got it right, all the way through is an understatement. I was high-fiving EVERYBODY!
It also encouraged me to keep on going. If I can make my hands do that, I can actually learn to play! I was ecstatic!
Many Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker songs.
Beatles "Drive My Car".
Guess Who "No Time" & "Albert Flasher".
Yardbird's "Heart Full of Soul" and "Over Under Sideways Down"
Three more fun old riffs for beginners might be:
Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
Ticket To Ride - Beatles
Last Train To Clarksville - Monkees
Hendrix- Manic Depression