A chord riff with D and G

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Rock guitar chordal riff with A power chord moving to D major then to G. In the second part A bass note with A power chord moving to C chord over A bass note then F, over A, then D major over A, then repeat back to riff with some harmonics. Direct into Amplitube using Custom BlueFish guitar with Nailbomb Custom Bare Knuckle Pickup
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''Rock Distorted Guitar'' 

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KellsBells
Nice job Michael! Welcome to the loops! :D+1
June 20 2016 10:54:22
KellsBells
MichaelB Thanks Kells +1
TeeGee
Cool riffs Michael.+1
June 20 2016 10:54:33
TeeGee
MichaelB Thanks TG +1
June 20 2016 11:21:14
TeeGee
TeeGee By the way, as a guitarist myself, I can only recommend to use the search function and find a nice existing drum track to lay your guitar riffs over. That way you get things going, and more likely get a bass addition from somebody. It is much harder adding drums to a guitar track than the other way round. At least this is my experience ;) +0
June 22 2016 22:32:30
TeeGee
MichaelB Yes true I will be adding drums next few days. I do drum programming and play some acoustic drums myself +1

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