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Wild Thing Guitar Riff

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The Wild Thing guitar riff is rated 4 out of 10 and is suitable for beginner guitar players that know how to play power chords.

The Riff is a simple power chord arrangement that forms the hook of the song and the most recognizable part of it as well.  Here's the tab:

Learn how to play a riff from "Wild Things" by The Troggs, with this free video based guitar lesson...

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The Tab
Note:  The RB stands for 'Reverse Bend'.  This effect is achieved by bending the string up before plucking it then letting go of it slowly after it's played.

Here's what it should look and sound like:
On the original recording, The Troggs play the riff with a clean(ish) guitar sound, though I've opted to use a little more mild distortion on the first part of the video.  The choice is yours since, unless you want it to sound as close to the original as possible, it really doesn't matter which effects you use.
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