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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:58 pm 
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Yngtchie Blacksteen wrote:
I offered it to my sister! She didn't have any space left on her walls, they were already covered with boy band posters...
excuses, excuses.... you could easily have made fire out of it... to warm your cold norsk soul during those brutally long vardo winters...


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I highly doubt anyone would consider noodling over backing tracks to be a great idea for an album, but I will use the positive feedback I'm getting to fuel more playing and recording,
true, and i meant an album featuring you + human musicians... or just pull an inveigh and do your own drum 'n bass overdubs...


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perhaps with other players around the world to trade licks with, we'll see.
now you're getting dirty... take it to the bleeding hearts thread...


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I haven't played with another non-guitarist in 5+ years, and I've yet to learn how to accompany another musician with my playing. I reckon that ship has sailed, but I still wanna play and be heard, so online jams and whatnot are positive opportunities for yours truly. What should I record next?


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this here!! a little ditty i came up with just now.... sounds a bit like a broad showtune, which is very uncharacteristic of me...


--1--2------------2----3----------2------------------2-----3----5-----5----9----7----9-----5-------2-----3------5-----9----9----7----9-----5---
--------3--------------------4-----------5---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------2----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------4-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


i could slap a harmony to it in a minute... now all i need is a lyricist... and it would be a huge hit...


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We dont have a thread for Greatest Riff Makers anymore?


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R.I.P. George Marino

We were very sad today to hear that mastering engineer extraordinaire George Marino passed away following a year long battle with lung cancer. While some of you may not instantly recognize George’s name, he was the unsung hero behind the scenes on hundreds of classic albums working in all genres of music

......including Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions, AC/DC‘s Back In Black, Guns N’ Roses‘ Appetite for Destruction, Bon Jovi’s Slippery When Wet, Journey‘s Frontiers, Metallica's The Black Album and Cyndi Lauper’s She's So Unusual, just to name a few... he has worked with Ozzy Osboune, the Allman Brothers, Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Kiss, the Offspring, the Cars, Coldplay and countless others. In his nearly 40 years at Sterling Sound, he won three Grammy awards, most recently in 2011 for Arcade Fire‘s The Suburbs, which won Album of the Year.

His talent, professionalism, attention to detail and above all true dedication to music, along with the mere fact that George was simply one of the nicest people we have ever met anywhere in the music business, makes today a very sad one.


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Tx for the heads up Rick. Knew the name , but had no idea of the breadth of his work.


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Can someone recommend me more guitar-based music like this? I love the tone and the technique. I need more.


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I have a throbbing urge to one day trade licks with either of these fine gentlemen:



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Can someone tell me how low his guitar is tuned here? This is some heavy shit....doom at it's best.


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I love this:



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cuatro wrote:
I love this:



Very Interesting - sort of prog fusion - really enjoyed it. Some top notch playing !!


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So, I'm reading this guitar tab for "Magic Bus" and it's telling me to tune my guitar down one whole step (D G C Bb A D) and then put a capo on the fifth fret. Can't I just leave my guitar in standard tuning, put the capo on the fourth fret and just transpose everything down one fret? Wouldn't that be the exact same thing? :confused:


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Yeah, that makes sense to me.


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Well, that's what I've been doing for the last forty minutes and it sounds perfect.


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Yeah, just keep doing that. Tuning it down a whole step and putting it on the 5th fret is just pointless.


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