Ac/Dc’s Back in Black is a great song for beginners to learn. It sounds great and it’s pretty easy. By learning it you can pick up a few things about power chords, open chords and pentatonic runs.
Riff 1- Intro/Verse
As you can see in the tab, the intro is made up completely of power chords with a few licks thrown in between them. The power chords should be very easy to pick up. You barely have to move your hand. In the second measure there is a short pentatonic run. Make sure you get the pull-offs and the bend down. In the fourth measure there is a short chromatic lick. Use the one finger-per-fret method (4th fret=index, 5th fret=middle, 6th fret=ring, 7th fret=pinky).
Riff 2- Chorus
The chorus, like most Ac/Dc choruses, is mostly power chords. There are a couple of open G chords and open D chords. Make sure you mute the 5th string on the open G chords though.
Riff 3- Bridge
The last riff is the most difficult of the three. Take it slow.
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