The opening riff uses a driving sixteenth note feel interspersed with power chords. Try to focus on the accents within those 16th notes, to help you lock into that feel.
The pre-chorus incorporates an intricate lick that can take a little bit of practice, especially at the end of it when you have to double-pick that lick.
I will go through each section of the song in the order that each appears and cover each riff and fill that Randy played.
For the clean section, I will be referencing the live version Randy plays on the "Tribute" album. This seemed to make more sense to me since the original recording uses a bunch of guitar overdubs at that part.
I will also cover Randy's killer solo note-for-note. For the solo, I will be back to referencing the original studio recording.
Have fun learning this early Ozzy classic with the incomparable Randy Rhoads! Carl...
I Don't Know Guitar Lesson - Ozzy Osbourne
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