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Old 2008-06-22, 03:18
Nemesis9 Nemesis9 is offline
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Yes, it looks quite easy and I put it into the list. I'm just wondering, wheter it will sound good with just one guitar?
Thanks a lot!
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Old 2008-06-22, 05:46
St.Nice Person St.Nice Person is offline
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from the list you have there I'd say megadeth would sound the "best" (never heard of norther so no comment) solely because they use alot less guitar harmonies than the others slayers intro's do and iron maiden has harmonies everywhere, although don't that stop you it should sound cool anyway and when you play along with the track/powertab you'll hear the harmonies.
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Old 2008-08-22, 07:50
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just updating this for my own, so i remember...but if anyone got some cool and not too fast stuff (or disagrees with one song,...), feel free to answer anyway

Black Sabbath - Paranoid - DONE
Death - Crystal Mountain - DONE (but still having troubles with the 16ths at 200bpm in the solo...)
Arch Enemy - I Will Again DONE (except for the ending solo...)
Metallica - Sanitarium (can do all the rhythm guitar stuff + the intro solo)
Metallica - For Whom The Bell Tolls - DONE
Metallica - Fade To Black (sticking somewhere around this staccato-like riff)
Megadeath - Sweating Bullets (got rhythm down so far)
Sabaton - Primo Victoria
Death - Pull The Plug
Norther - Dream
Arch Enemy - We Will Rise
Pantera - Mouth For War
Iron Maiden - The Trooper
Death - Lack of Comrehension
Iron Maiden - Run To The Hills
Slayer - Rainin Blood


other easy soli (from an other thread) and stuff i could include in my list:
Exodus - Bonded by Blood
Slayer - War Ensemble
Testament - First Strike is Deadly
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
Slayer - Seasons in the Abyss
Slayer - Black Magic
Testament - Electric Crown
Anthrax stuff
Led Zepellin Stuff
more Metallica

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Old 2008-09-02, 12:31
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Quote:
Originally Posted by brainsforbreakfast
The only riff in that song that really gave me any problems was the third one.
You know, the realy fast one just before the vocals come in that goes

DugadaDugadaDugadaDugada-Neer DugadaDugadaDugadaDugada-Neer-Neer

Slayers riffs aren't that complicated realy, they just play realy fast.


You notice how many bands cover that live? Notice how half of them stop right before that riff? I'm not sure what the problem is, really. I'm not a good guitarist at all, but anyone who can play fast can play that riff okay. Like you said, Slayer shit is fairly simple, the only obstacle is speed.

I'd add early Anthrax and Exodus to the list of stuff you should try next. Specifically, the first three Anthrax albums (especially Among the Living) and the first two Exodus albums (especially Bonded by Blood). I'd also heavily recommend all Led Zeppelin, from the heavy metal stuff to the blues to the folk to the acoustic stuff. Most of it is easy, sounds awesome, and should help expand your versatility just a little bit. Good luck.
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