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Bad to The Bone is a song by the rock group George Thorogood & The Destroyers that originally came out in 1982. The song's distinct opening guitar riff began seeing use in video memes as a sound effect around 2016, primarily on YouTube, with remixes popping up in following years on other platforms like TikTok.
After several years, the opening guitar riff was added to additional memes for humorous effect in a YouTube 1 Hour Of Silence Broken By Sound Effects meme format, uploaded on August 8th, 2021, by the channel ALT, in which an hour of silence plays but every few minutes the opening riff goes off without warning and only lasts a few seconds (shown below).
The "Bad to the Bone" guitar riff then became a prevalent sound on TikTok in late 2020, where it became associated with an image of a dog smiling while looking into the camera. The TikTok was originally uploaded by the account itz_jose7 on September 23rd, 2020, earning 151,000 likes in two years (shown below).
On January 12th, 2022, the YouTube channel proshitposting uploaded a video of an older car with over a hundred skulls attached to it, playing a modified version of the guitar riff on top of itself in an antithesis to all previous incarnations of the meme before it (shown below).
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electric guitar ran thru mix synth processing to create crazy tones. I'm like temporary deaf in my right ear cuz of explosion incident, should wear off soon so mixing might sound like trash. low guitar riff with a second guitar shimmer layered on top to add texture. If something is too loud let me know and I'll fix it.Everything ran thru Soundtoys radiator.rodeo, playboi carti, mike dean, travis Scott
Description : electric guitar ran thru mix synth processing to create crazy tones. I'm like temporary deaf in my right ear cuz of explosion incident, should wear off soon so mixing might sound like trash. low guitar riff with a second guitar shimmer layered on top to add texture. If something is too loud let me know and I'll fix it.
From The White Stripes to WhiteSnake, Periphery to Papa Roach, Black Sabbath, and Nirvana to Artic Monkeys, a killer guitar riff is axiomatic to the thrill of music. Have you mastered that art, but struggling to unleash it into an equally impressive song
As guitar players, we are craven for the mastery of our instrument. Yet, we can often forget that songwriting is a different beast altogether. You may have realized this when you attempt to craft songs out of guitar riffs. It can be hit or miss, often the later.
Counterpoints, in a musical context, are the interplay between two voices (or musical lines) with independent rhythm but interdependent harmony. In simple words, write a good vocal melody that goes along with your riff.
Start with a simple skeleton and add different elements for subtractive editing i.e. parts that you can add/remove to simplify or complicate a section. , Once you have the guitar parts down. You can either write a chord progression for the pre-chorus or chorus or new vocal melodies.
They continue to toggle the guitars on/off through the verse to build contrast before they move to sustained chords for the chorus. Of course, Angus Young (and the whole crew) is a study in riff-based songs.
Variations demand new melodies or harmonies. Instead, they ask you to reimagine or dress up the same musical idea in slight different ways. For instance, you can harmonize a part of the riff with a pitch-shifter or second guitar.
Or have the bass guitar play it while you shift to power