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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

100 Riffs, A Brief History of Rock N' Roll

Posted By on Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 9:07 AM

Check out this rad video of Alex Chadwick, of the Chicago Music Exchange, playing 100 recognizable guitar riffs in ONE TAKE.

Find out which of your co-workers is the most musically inclined by turning on the video, and trying to name as many riffs as possible without looking at the subtitles.

On top of having awesome employees that can play every guitar riff EVER, The Chicago Music Exchange is just about the sweetest looking guitar store on the planet. The showroom is decked out with chandeliers, couches, expensive looking rugs and, of course, some of the most beautiful guitars you've ever seen. Chicago Music Exchange: Making musicians drool since 1990.

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