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You’re watching HowtoPlayAnySong.com. My name is Joe Wiles with the Rock and Roll Conservatory and right now we’re learning Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man.” The song features Tony Iommi on the guitar and interestingly even though Ozzy Osbourne coined the title of this song. It was bassist Geezer Butler that wrote the words. This song is.The main riff consists of only five notes, which is excellent practice for memorization and gives us a beginner electric guitar song that we can play repeatedly without tiring out too quickly or feeling “bored.” The best way to play this song while remaining in one hand position is to play the riff between the A and D strings (pictured below).From Smashing Pumpkins to the Rolling Stones, here is our top 10 collection of easy songs perfect for the beginner electric player. From Smashing Pumpkins to the Rolling Stones, here’s a list of 10 simple songs to learn that sound great on an electric guitar.
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Bass guitars. Of course, we have electric bass guitars as well. These are the one to go for if you want to be able to play in a lower octave to achieve a deeper sound than you'd be able to get with a standard electric guitar. Make sure you're all set up with a bass amp as well; perfect for that deep soulful bass to compliment any genre of music.Read More
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How to Play Iron Man. Once you have perfected the single note version of the song, try playing the exact same thing except this time use power chords as follows. This is much more accurate to the original recording. I hope you have enjoyed this lesson on how to play Iron Man by Black Sabbath on the guitar.Read More
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The answer is no -- electric guitar chords are played using the same shapes you'd use on your acoustic guitar. The difference, if you'd like to call it that, is that some chords sound much better on the electric guitar, particularly if you've turned up the distortion for the optimal blues or rock tone.Read More
Notes on how to play this guitar tab. Practice it SLOWLY. Get it right. Gradually increase the speed. Practicing slowly and correctly is the best way to build muscle memory. The tricky part with this riff is jumping from the A string to the G string, as you have to skip over the D string. Look at the strings while making this change. Practice playing the A string then go to the G string. This.Read More
Iron Man. by Black Sabbath. In this lesson I look at one of rock’s greatest riffs. For such a well-known riff it’s amazing how many people don’t get it quite right. The way I play it is based on the version found on Sabbath’s second album Paranoid. There also seem to be a couple of other slightly dodgy re-recordings of the song which.Read More