Top 10 Songs with the Most Famous Guitar Intros
My friend & I only jammed once in the garage. Bass & Drums. Never found anyone else to play, never jammed again. We learned and practiced one thing. This thing. Also, the story of how it was written in a hotel by Lake Geneva is epic
Instantly at the top because easiest to play even most of beginner played it wrong at start, anyone who pick a guitar automatically know this riff, and at the very least every pro musician no matter what's the genre they played they know this.
The title is "10 Most Famous Guitar Intros", and this is the best known guitar intro ever... it's great, but I hate that this riff is so commercial
By far the Best Riff of All Time! It's like the first chords of Beethoven'd Fifth! A Classic!
This should be the number one song on this particular list without a doubt! As far as guitar intros go, this is as good as it gets, period!
Sweet Child O' Mine has to be no. 1, it is the most noticable guitar intro easily
The Greatest song of all time!
Played a lot at sports games and events etc., it's catchy as hell too!
What a powerful intro
One of the best and easily the most famous. It gets you hooked on the song, and the bell adds a nice sound to it. For Whom the Bell Tolls by Metallica tried to replicate this and make it their own (and I admit, it is amazing), but it's not as good as the song they got the idea from.
Incredible intro, absolutely unforgettable. Picture: slow-motion walking, smoke around your ankles, dark sunglasses, backlit... And this song.
#1 (Smoke on the Water) and #2 (Sweet Child O' Mine) are phenomenal riffs... But the greatest INTRO is Hells Bells. Let's be real.
Love the whole song. Great unique opening. Definitely deserves top 3 but I recon its #1
I knew this intro without even having ever heard the rest of this song. To be honest, it is better than the rest of the song!
Let's you know what's coming, and that it might be too much for you to handle...
Not only does this jump at you from the first note, but it scares you because it just says "anarchy to follow".
Because the intro riff goes throughout the song, it's incredibly memorable!
As classic as it gets, a staple of the classic rock community.
It's Clapton. 'enough said.
Wow clearly the most memorable intro by one of the greatest guitarist ever Eric Clapton
I would have thought Whole Lotta Love would be on this list instead, but I can see this.
The greatest intro and song ever.
Simple but perfect. Which takes genius, and these guys recorded genius as a matter of course.
One of the earliest, and one of the best, opening guitar riffs. Ever.
Top of the Pops helped make this incredibly well known in the UK.