back to eden guitar riffs

Guitar riffs for the end tag for back to eden (donald lawrence) I repeat the scales and licks several times so you can put them where ever you feel or like. …

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25 thoughts on “back to eden guitar riffs

  1. What are the chords to this song and are they the same chords all the way through the song? Nice licks by the way.

  2. I’m not very good at the theory of guitars so I don’t know what he’s saying half the time. You know the way, for example, drop D is when you press the top string to the 5th fret and tune it to the 5th string? Can somebody tell me how to do drop B in a similar way please? Sorry if I sound dumb, I’m just not good at the theory

  3. too true. i used to use drop b, maybe even sometimes A standard, but i found it too much hastle and it kept going out of tune on my guitar quicker so i stay in drop c now

  4. It’s good for improv because it has the standard feel but is much lower. All a matter of opinion

  5. Every tab I’ve seen for it is in drop b, and I saw something with Jim Root playing around and said it was in drop b ._.

  6. i agree. im the same. i have never gone lower than c. anything below that is excessive

  7. Standard E tuning is still my favorite and most used tuning! I think im the only metalhead out theres whos under 30 years old and prefers standard tuning. I only use Standard, drop D,D and drop C. But I use standard probably 90% of the time. OLDSCHOOL FOR LIFE! As the comment below says, its about playing, not seeing how low you can go.

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