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(@cobra22)
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23/02/2006 12:42 am  

I would like a shout out about what the best song to just sit around with a few guitars and jam on. The funnest, loudest, exciting(est)...What ever. I would just like to hear some opinions.

I am addicted to the guitar, just like I am addicted to air and water.


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(@afterblast)
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23/02/2006 2:18 am  

almost everyone I know has thier own opinion on how to solo over smoke on the water. also IMHO smells like teen spirit is great with everyone hammering out power chords with thier volumes at 10.

wherever you go, there you are.


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(@andrewlubinus89)
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23/02/2006 5:51 am  

I've been dying to try to jam to Dark Star although I haven't had the opportunity yet.

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(@dogbite)
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23/02/2006 11:58 am  

All Along the Watchtower is a great jammin song.

since hardly anyone can play like Hendrix thee is much room for interpretation.

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(@bobblehat)
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23/02/2006 12:52 pm  

If theres a few of you and plenty of beer then it has to be "sympathy for the devil"

My Band: http://www.myspace.com/thelanterns2010playing whilst drunk is only permitted if all band members are in a similar state!


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(@teleplayer324)
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23/02/2006 12:52 pm  

Hard to beat 12 blues for jammin

Immature? Of course I'm immature Einstein, I'm 50 and in a Rock and ROll band.New Band site http://www.myspace.com/guidedbymonkeys


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(@undercat)
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23/02/2006 4:31 pm  

Got a lot of mileage jamming on "While my guitar gently weeps" last week.

Do something you love and you'll never work a day in your life...


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(@metallicaman)
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24/02/2006 2:12 am  

Believe it or not, Me and my so called band love to jam out the song "Feel Like Makin Love"- Bad co, I am the lead guy in his cool delay type bluesy solo.
Great song....

Sing Me A Song Your a Singer, Do me a wrong, your a bringer of evil. - Dio


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(@teleplayer324)
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24/02/2006 9:33 am  

Believe it or not, Me and my so called band love to jam out the song "Feel Like Makin Love"- Bad co, I am the lead guy in his cool delay type bluesy solo.
Great song....

The "Lead guy" For BAD Co. was Mick Ralphs, former guitarist for Mott the Hoople

Immature? Of course I'm immature Einstein, I'm 50 and in a Rock and ROll band.New Band site http://www.myspace.com/guidedbymonkeys


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(@alangreen)
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24/02/2006 11:22 am  

IMHO - you gotta go a long way to beat Johnny B Goode as an opening jam. Straight, fast 12-bar which doesn't complain when you crash through the 30-minute barrier. Paranoid is great, so's All Right Now. Hard Day's Night and Can't Buy Me Love are excellent as jams, as is a lot of Eagles music (not Hotel California), and even Gay Bar stands up to some serious shredding. All The Small Things is nice and easy (lots of pop punk is) and makes good jam material.

Best,

A :-)

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
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(@teleplayer324)
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24/02/2006 11:44 am  

Yeah Alan Johnny B. Goode is a great one, from Mr. Berry Little Queenie is another great one that can go on forever. Wild THing is another you can really stretch out into a good jam, so Is Bob Segars "Get out of Denver". ZZ's Tube Snake Boogie is also great for extended Jams

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(@becksbolero)
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24/02/2006 7:01 pm  

Cortez the Killer,Jailhouse Rock,Louie Louie,I'm a Man,Keep on Chooglin'

GG


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(@kingpatzer)
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24/02/2006 8:21 pm  

Gotta put in my vote for the generic 12-bar blues. Simple, straight-forward, and it always sounds right.

"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side." -- HST


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