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johnnysixstring  
25 Mar 2010 00:03 | Quote
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im looking for a good rock/ metal song to cover but not anything to popular that everyone already knows how to play or i know how to play. another reason i need a good song to cover is because my band is performing some songs soon and i need to know what i should play that will impress the audience.
JazzMaverick  
25 Mar 2010 10:19 | Quote
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Well, what impresses you? Then learn that.

You should never ask someone else what YOU want to learn, because it's you who's playing it. If you like it; learn it.
JustJeff  
26 Mar 2010 11:06 | Quote
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What I usually do when I want to find a new song to play, I'll turn on www.pandora.com and put in an artist I like... say Motion City Soundtrack. From there I just sit and do my normal every day stuff, but let pandora go in the background.

Sooner or later I'll come up and be like, that song would sound great in my style of playing! And then I go and learn a cover of it.
Domigan_Lefty  
27 Mar 2010 07:50 | Quote
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Dragonforce - Through the fire and the flames
Not!

Just pick one of your favorite songs.
guitarmastergod  
28 Mar 2010 20:55 | Quote
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something by rusty cooley, jason becker , bach , django reinhardt, necrophagist, ect
johnnysixstring  
29 Mar 2010 18:10 | Quote
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necrophagist is awsome! i might cover something by them. thanks.
gmack  
31 Mar 2010 13:56 | Quote
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Learn what ever blows your socks off...I mean really? I remember sitting in guitar class in high school learning theory and playing classical pieces and thinking how much of a drag that was...It helped me with my finger picking and gave me a solid understanding of the fundamentals of musical theory...

I use my classical training for warm up and "play" what ever I "feel"...

If Old MacDonald blows you away...learn it...make it heavy add some thrash...make it jazzy...add a big band kick to it...what ever allows you to spank your inner moppet...
mattmurray  
31 Mar 2010 20:18 | Quote
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Don't cover one, just write your own. :)
Ozzfan486  
31 Mar 2010 20:46 | Quote
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+1 for Matt.
BodomBeachTerror  
31 Mar 2010 21:14 | Quote
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+2 for Matt
case211  
1 Apr 2010 19:55 | Quote
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I 3rd that XD lol
Rawd  
2 Apr 2010 14:54 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Copy and Paste quote here!
well put...damn well put


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