A cover of

Seven Nation Army

THE WHITE STRIPES
DESCRIPTION

You’ve probably heard the super-famous bass-guitar riff from “Seven Nation Army”. It is speculated that for this part of the song The White Stripes drew heavy influence from Bruckner’s 5th symphony, written in 1875–1876. If you’re a bass guitarist, this riff will be a treat, as it’s actually not that hard at all! Frequently used as a sports anthem, the “Seven Nation Army” has a rhythm that is pretty simple, yet full of energy. It’s a true rock song!

DIFFICULTY
Hard
Easy
Medium
Easy
INSTRUMENTS
Voice
Guitar
Bass Guitar
Small Percussion
Percussions
Drums
LENGTH
04:00
KEY
Em
CHORDS
Em
G
D
C
B
Am
GENRES
Rock
After 2000s
SONG STRUCTURE
Intro
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Verse 1
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Pre-Chorus 1
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Instrumental Chorus 1
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Interlude 1
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Verse 2
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Pre-Chorus 2
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Instrumental Chorus 2
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Interlude 2
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Verse 3
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Pre-Chorus 3
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Instrumental Chorus 3
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