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Released in 1984, Ride the Lightning was one of Metallica's most influential releases and includes some of the most popular tr...  All product info

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Metallica: Ride The Lightning Guitar

Released in 1984, Ride the Lightning was one of Metallica's most influential releases and includes some of the most popular tracks by these mighty masters of metal, including the popular For Whom The Bell Tolls and Fade To Black.

This edition contains complete guitar arrangements for all eight songs from the album with tablature and standard notation, including lyrics and chord symbols.

Songlist:

  • Creeping Death
  • Escape
  • Fade To Black
  • Fight Fire With Fire
  • For Whom The Bell Tolls
  • Ride The Lightning
  • The Call Of Ktulu
  • Trapped Under Ice

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Music Sales
  • Artist: Metallica
  • Genre: Rock
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Medium: Music book
  • Vocals/Speech: English
  • Difficulty: Middle/Hard (3-4)
  • Arrangement: Guitar Tabulatur (TAB)
  • With Sheet Music: Yes
  • With Tabulature: Yes
  • CD: No
  • DVD: No
  • Download: No
  • Number of Pages: 64
  • Format: DIN A4
  • Publishing Number: AM91668
  • ISBN: 9780711938052
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