Wanna play a favorite riff or solo, but there’s something holding you back, you stumble on? We all struggle with that, especially in the beginning of learning guitar or bass. Today I’ll show you how to learn a hard licks (bass, guitar, sitar, whatever).
Metallica is known as a band that makes long songs, and sometimes too much. More riffs, more variations of the riffs, more sections and composition twists. Of course, there’re some exceptions (like Motorbreath). But the tendency to overdo songs (in terms of duration, sound, overall saturation) is a thing for which we might either love of hate Metallica. So, here’s my top 4 Metallica songs (imho) overdone one way or another.
‘Asturias’ is a classic of Spanish guitar music, initially written by Isaac Albeniz for piano, on Andres Segovia made the most known guitar arrangement of it. And recently I’ve attempted to play it on bass in metal solo style (check out the video too). Today I’ll show you how to learn it with tabs.
You think you’ve heard all Metallica? Let’s see what you might drop in famous songs!
Hi guys. Today we’ll try to learn what habits made Cliff Burton the musician we know and love: a master of finger-style, expressive improviser and songwriting engine of Metallica.
Hey! Here’s first version of Metallica ‘Spit Out The Bone’ bass tab. And a bass cover (where I played a few improvisations of mine).
Hi friends! I happened finally. So, it’s my review on new album ‘Hardwired…To Self-Destruct‘ by Metallica – my favorite band.
8 years – the biggest gap between two studio albums in Metallica history. But we can’t say that the band’s wasted the time, nor that we’ve been bored expecting new album ‘Hardwired…To Self-Destruct’. So, what did happen with Metallica since Death Magnetic to Hardwired…To Self-Destruct? The most memorable events that took place in 2008 – 2016, the 8 years in life of Metallica, in my fan documentary full of interesting facts and memories.