8 Metallica Ballads on Classical Guitar – Medley

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All songs written by Metallica, except “Breadfan” written by Budgie

Additional guitar arrangement on “Master of Puppets,” “One,” and “Nothing Else Matters” by Charles Alexander Allred

(0:00) Fade to Black
(1:18) To Live is To Die
(2:10) Master of Puppets
(3:21) Sanitarium
(4:27) Breadfan
(5:54) One
(7:47) My Friend of Misery
(8:47) Nothing Else Matters

When I was a teenager, I used to sit in my room late at night and play Metallica on the guitar. Now that I have three music degrees, I sit in my room….late at night….and play Metallica on the guitar….

This Medley is dedicated to my amazing wife (she loves Metallica!). She is everything to me and is my biggest supporter in life. I love you baby!

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  • How can give some Monkeys this a thump down? Perfectly played and no cut Video… try this first and make it better! You can't i bet!

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  • So clean.. This clean is super rare!! Great job my friend, keep up the awesome work!

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  • Any cover song will not be getting Claim Copyright, can I use it as my video background track?

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  • Complimenti ! Sei veramente bravo, poi le canzoni dei Metallica fatte con la chitarra classica hanno un fascino particolare

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  • This is what I listened to growing up and I loved every second of it with my dad. This is the stuff that made my childhood. I got an accoustic from a buddy and I used to take it with me to school and play metallica and other kids would gather around to listen and theyd ask what I was playing cause all of them listened to rap and all that. I was the reason so many people would listen to metal and enjoyed the acoustic guitar along with heavy metal. Mind you, im only 17 so a lot of people found it strange that I loved 70's and 80's metal instead of today's crap pop and rap music

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  • holy fuck cant imagine doin this all in 1 go with no mistakes. taboot you hear every mistake on an acoustic. appreciated

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  • Metallica has always been Mozart from metal music.

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  • thanks, this was beautiful to listen to. It always bothered me from the San Diego gig when James apologises to the crowd for playing The Unforgiven as is playing acoustic music is something shameful. I think all top metals band have great acoustic compositions or passages of music (from Zep and Sabbath to Maiden and Pantera), and that shows that there is depth in their art, nothing to be ashamed of.

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  • I don't know what it is, but something about the tone of your guitar and these songs is making me relax on a bone deep level. Normally the only things that get that response out of me are things I've listened to since I was a small child and know like the back of my hand.

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