How To Play Soundgarden’s Room A Thousand Years Wide

How To Play Soundgarden’s Room A Thousand Years Wide

Soundgarden’s Badmotorfinger album is a must-have for everyone who loves rock music and guitar.

One of the songs on that album is “Room A Thousand Years Wide”
Check it out here:

There are 2 main rhythm guitar parts to the song.

The Intro and Verse riff



The Chorus Riff

The form of the song is:

  1. Intro riff
  2. Verse (= riff of intro)
  3. Chorus
  4. Verse
  5. Chorus
  6. Intro riff (8 bars)
  7. Ending Part 1: CCC DDD CCC DDDDDDD (play that 8 times)
  8. Ending Part 2: 4 bars (4/4), 8 C power chord hits per bar
  9. Ending Part 3: CCC D

You can see how to play the parts in the below video


Conclusion

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