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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by danqi, Jun 10, 2001.
what is the most difficult song or solo you have ever tried to play?
Smoke on the water.
classical thump by victor wooten i have the begining down but when he starts the hammer ons it's a pain in the @$$
the Maxwell Murder solo(using my fingers) that is one hard solo
Nirvana, "Smells Like Teen Spirit."
"Pea" by Red Hot Chilis
Monkey Business Man by Michael Manring is the hardest I can (loosely) say I've learned.
A song that you can hear in your head but can't play. Those songs are the songs that touch people. Those songs are the hardest ones to play.
damn straight! hehe
for those of you non-punks.. that's rancid!
The unison line in "Sir Duke" is the toughest thing I've played. I can't decide whether it's easier on the 4string or 6string.
happy birthday in the key of c
Jerry Was A Race Car Driver-can't get the tapping on the right frets!
the hardest songs are the ones i HAVEN'T tried to play.
No question about it...Tarkus by ELP.
At one time Smoke on the Water or Wild Thing were hard to play.
On the other side, I agree Cornbread that line in Sir Duke is a tough one.
Around the World is the hardest one I've tried to learn and Blink182 - Caroseul is the hardest one I have learned
Phew, at least I'm not the only one.
Achy Breaky Heart.
Not to mention it requires 26 frets.
Maxwell Murder is right. Its going so fast that when I tried to learn it, I couldnt tell if the tab was right (I found 2 versions), I attempted it for about 2 seconds, then promptly gave up