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Haven't we all learned the Sweet Child O' Mine riff?

Riffs we've all learned.

Smoke on the Water
Paranoid and Ironman
Aqualung
Teen Spirit

Go!
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^intro to Stairway
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Layla
Purple Haze
Satisfaction
Sunshine of Your Love
American Woman

Also I doubt everyone has learned it but we all should: Mississippi Queen
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Also I doubt everyone has learned it but we all should: Mississippi Queen

Perhaps the greatest rock solo ever played on a Les Paul Jr. Tone, tone, tone!
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i think one of my favorite riffs to play is either funk 49 or grown so ugly. I think I play one or both of those every time i grab a new guitar.
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Thread Starter 
Cocaine.

For an acoustic, unplugged electric, or clean channel I like the intro to Tomorrow by Silverchair.
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Haven't we all learned the Sweet Child O' Mine riff?

I never actually have, but it looks like I could pick it up pretty quickly.
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Come on people, Dammit - Blink 182.
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Life in the Fast Lane - Eagles
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Come on people, Dammit - Blink 182.

Dating myself here but I probably picked up the git at the same time as delonge. In fact they played lunch at my HS (before the 182!) cred?

Plush
Stairway
I self taught most of Robert Johnsons catalog when I was like 14 lol. Requires a thumbpick and capo
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Dating myself here but I probably picked up the git at the same time as delonge. In fact they played lunch at my HS (before the 182!) cred?

Plush
Stairway
I self taught most of Robert Johnsons catalog when I was like 14 lol. Requires a thumbpick and capo
Incredibly jelly.
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I bought a 1965 Ampeg SB-12 (with the rare 7868 tubes). The idea behind this was it was originally designed to be a multi-instrument amp. It has a bass input and an "instrument" input. Now I can play bass through it while only needing one amp. It has a very interesting, lush tone that is super revealing. I love it.

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I've owned this same model as well as several other models of portoflex Ampegs. They offer a fantastic warm, full sound. Lots of acoustic bass and archtop electric guitar players LOVE these. Damn they are heavy, but wonderful tone. I especially enjoyed turning down the lights, playing and watching the tubes and plexi logo glow.
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I knew you would have something to say about this amp, Gus. smile.gif

I've mostly been playing clean tones through it with pictures Les Paul. I've been playing more and more jazz and I can totally see why it's loved by a lot of jazz players.
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What is your price range?
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