Top 5 Most UNDERRATED Metallica Black Album Riffs! | Weekend Wankshop 234 by Ben Eller   5 months ago

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Hey kids! Its Uncle Ben Eller here with a very special installment of Weekend Wankshop! On episode 234, i'm going to be giving you all a list of my top 5 most underrated riffs from Metallica's legendary self-titled Black Album, plus full lessons on how to play them. This was a tough list to compile, since the record is FULL of heavy, groovy, and memorable riffs... i tried to sidestep the obvious heavy-hitters (like the main Sad But True or Enter Sandman riffs) and focus on the sick riffs that i never noticed because they were buried behind a Kirk solo or James' vocal. There's some absolutely fantastic underappreciated stuff hidden in plain sight!
What are some of your favorites from the album? Let me know in the comments section below! And let me know if you guys dig this kind of video, i had a lot of fun putting it together and making the tracks!

Suhr Modern Satin
Suhr J Classic bass
Ibanez RG520 w/Dimarzio EVO bridge
Darkglass AO900 bass amp
Kemper Profiler: 2 tracks left and right of a ToneCrate JCM800 boosted with Fortin 33, 2 tracks left and right Ola Englund Mesa Mark IIC+, and one track center of a muddy loose Mark IIC to thicken it all up! Tried to mimic the setup they used on the record semi-closely, turned out pretty nice IMO!
Dunlop strings and picks
Superior Drummer 3

Enter Sandman
Sad But True
Holier Than Thou
The Unforgiven
Wherever I May Roam
Don't Tread on Me
Through the Never
Nothing Else Matters
Of Wolf and Man
The God That Failed
My Friend of Misery
Struggle Within

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