Hey! I forgot this tab had been done, and my patrons could download it like two months ago. Anyway, here it is: bass transcription of Metallica’s studio version of “The Ecstasy of Gold”.
Hey friends! How many Metallica riffs do you know that aren’t Hetfields? I gathered 20 of such riffs in today’s video, written by Kirk Hammett, Cliff Burton, Jason Newsted, Robert Trujillo, Dave Mustaine… and even Lars Ulrich! I hope you like this content format. Watch video and download free tabs below (the password is here). If you want to support me, here’s a few options! See ya \m/
Was you a Metallica fan back in 1987-93? Do you still have stuff from that time? If yes, you could contribute to upcoming reissues of ‘And Justice for All’ and ‘The Black Album’! More details below.
Metallica turns double adult – 36 years (which is 2×18). And today I want to share with you 36 rare facts about Metallica: about their songs, shows, the band’s history in general – stuff that goes far beyond Wikipedia. Join us here to stay updated.
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.
You think you’ve heard all Metallica? Let’s see what you might drop in famous songs!
Another bass solo by Robert Trujillo that I tabbed for you. It’s from live debut of Orion, Metallica on Rock Am Ring 2006. It simple and different from all the Metallica bass solos. Enjoy tabs and playing \m/
The legendary Cliff Burton’s bass solo from Day On the Green 1985. It’s so fast and unpredictable. One of the most difficult bass tabs I ever did.
This is my favorite Robert Trujillo bass solo. I was astonished when watched it for the first time back to 2009. I didn’t play bass then, even didn’t plan. But that had planted a seed of what I am now. Robert was my first bass teacher.