Song Info
Released July 9, 2009 for Rock Band
Green Day 01
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Genre: Rock
Album: 21st Century Breakdown (2009)

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Full Band

Other Versions
21 Guns (Rocksmith)
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Pretty linear and simple Madotsuki
21 Guns on Drums is one of THOSE songs. You know the ones. Sitting over the hi-hat doing a linear and unexciting rhythm, until the choruses come by and you're finally playing something at least slightly different.
Theres not much else to say besides that.
Overall its not really too fun, yet its not exactly boring. I'm giving this a 3/5 because at least its not COMPLETELY boring.
06.05.12 5:20pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Slightly decent, but nothing special Madotsuki
There really isn't a whole lot to say about the Bass chart on 21 Guns.
The majority of the bass on this song mostly consists of half notes strummed for a few colors before changing. This is kept up for most of the song besides the choruses which are incredibly easy as well.
Overall, this song is pretty bland on Bass, but what did you expect? The guitar isn't too flashy, the bass obviously isn't either. There isn't too many huge blank areas or anything, but the bass just doesn't have anything worth mentioning, however it isn't a complete snore-fest.
If you're mainly a bassist, stay away from this track if you're looking for something to play while on your own, however when you're playing with other people, like most songs, its quite enjoyable.
06.05.12 5:20pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Linear, yet enjoyable Madotsuki
Here, I'll review the hell out of this track.
21 Guns on Guitar is pretty linear, but it is fairly entertaining.
It mostly makes for an easy FC, however its still enjoyable.
For the intro and the verse, you're pretty much playing some easy chords with a easily manageable rhythm, without any real tricks in the patterns.
The choruses aren't too different in terms of difficulty, but the chords and the song itself is still entertaining enough to keep your attention.
There isn't really anything too crazy for the rest of this song, the solo consists of some fairly easy-to-hit notes that are quite easy to FC.
Overall, this song is simple, yet entertaining and not too boring at all.
If your mainly a guitar player, this song doesn't have a whole lot to offer, yet is still enjoyable, especially if you enjoy this song. If you're looking for more of a challenge, however, you may want to look at a more difficult Green Day song, such as East Jesus Nowhere.
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