#3
666bpm
MIJ Rhoads Pro '90
Epi LP Prophecy GX + LP Custom Maple EMGs
MIJ Soloist XL '93 =]
MIJ Fender Strat Kahler
Squire tele '94?
Warlock platinum '90? old shape

Laney VC15

Jackhammer
TRADES????
#4
I don't even know what a 16th note even is and I'm respected...
see my sig.

Seriously? Doesn't matter. There are plenty of great guitarists that aren't shredders.
#5
Quote by Regression
Speed doesn't get respect...


someone cant play fast....
Gear:
Jackson DK2 Trans Black

Peavey 6505
Marshall 1960AV
#6
Quote by afrika18
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To be brutally honest you get far more respect by simply not worrying about that kind of crap. Worry about how well you play and understand the guitar and focus on playing music.

fast doesn't equate to good

Quote by death_metaller
someone cant play fast....

someone has his priorities all wrong
Actually called Mark!

Quote by TNfootballfan62
People with a duck for their avatar always give good advice.

...it's a seagull

Quote by Dave_Mc
i wanna see a clip of a recto buying some groceries.


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#10
Quote by death_metaller
someone cant play fast....


Hmmm.....
Someone can't get laid....
#11
You don't want respect purely from your speed, you'll get repesct from dragonn00bs who are like "herman ri is da gratest!"
♪♫♪
92% percent of the teen population would be dead if Hollywood said it wasn't cool to breathe anymore.
Put this in your signature if you are one of the 92% who wouldn't be breathing.
#12
Listen to Alvin Lee of Ten Years After playing a quick blues break. Ne's not the best5 guitarist around but he's quick without5 gimmicks. Any faster and its just w***ing anyway.
#13
Quote by Lurcher
Listen to Alvin Lee of Ten Years After playing a quick blues break. Ne's not the best5 guitarist around but he's quick without5 gimmicks. Any faster and its just w***ing anyway.


Alvin Lee....
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