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(@chadley)
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The first song I could play was "Schism". My first riff was probably from "Seven Nation Army".


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Melody line, Bob Marley's Is This Love
Chordal accompanyment for a singer, Minnie Ripperton's Lovin You
Playing with someone else, John Mayer's Daughters


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(@ksac32)
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Detroit Rock City-Kiss--I was a strange kid who ran around in full makeup whenever i had the chance to.:)

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(@tim-shull)
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Merle Haggard-Ramblin Fever

Cash is cool


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(@the-sammy-brew-band)
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my first full song was jimi hendrix star spangle banner, but my first riff was the starting riff in iron man.

Words be simple, Words be quick, Words resemble walking sticks, Plant them, They will grow, Watch them waver so, I'll always be a word man better than a bird man, I can fly high but I stay in the same sky, For only I Know whats beyond.


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(@6was9)
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The first was, Stevie Ray Vaughans', Crossfire. It was my first tab book and the salesman said this is all you need to play like Stevie......he failed to mention enormous talent. In reality my first anything that actually resembled a tune was, Albert Kings, Born under a Bad Sign......the first two bars.

" I'm not sure what happened, it was tuned when I bought it."


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(@kevin72790)
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my first full song was jimi hendrix star spangle banner, but my first riff was the starting riff in iron man.
The Jimi Hendrix version of the Star Spangled Banner is like....impossible for a first song. >___>

But yea, I'd like to have a Pink Floyd song be my first song to learn. :)


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(@brucie97)
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Very rough versions of all keep in mind... Green Day - Good Riddance, Dust In The Wind - Kansas, and Crooked Teeth - Death Cab for Cutie. Along an amazing rendition of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer learned during the holidays :)


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(@guitarmonkey90)
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i think the first full song i got was house of the rising sun took me a while to crack the f chord cause i dont think id been playing that long but was chuffed when i got it down

"thats alright baby i still got ma guitar"


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(@mac-manc-mcmanx)
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I've just started with a simple version of 'Boulevard of broken dreams' by Green Day. It's mainly E minor,G,D and A chords. Still can't get the chord changes correctly. Hopefully will get it down soon. :)

When you wanna rock hard children, lean on F sharp


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(@trguitar)
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Detroit Rock City-Kiss--I was a strange kid who ran around in full makeup whenever i had the chance to.:)

Cold Gin 8) And I'm still playing it.

"Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard,
grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em."
-- The Webb Wilder Credo --


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(@rgalvez)
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mine was John Cale's 'You Know more than I know'.


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(@mordeth)
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hmm, first riff was the beatles - day tripper
first full song learned was space oddity by david bowie
edit: it was actually ziggy stardust now that i think about it :)

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(@eric-m)
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'Horse with no name' & 'heart of gold' for me


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 Dani
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'Smoke on the Water' of course...


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