#1
So i'm really into Lamb of God,Disturbed, Darkest Hour,ect.

I don't wanna learn any songs. For some reason I don't believe in playing other peoples work.

What are the basics?

Name every techniquie there is for heavy metal I'll do my best to learn them.
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#2
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Name every techniquie there is for heavy metal I'll do my best to learn them.



Just about every technique
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#4
Ok first of all, get guitar pro. Then download "Laid to rest" gp. Then if you find something that you don't already know (Pinch harmonics -.-'?) post here again.
#5
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Picking. And left hand fingering.

Got that pretty much.
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#6
You have to at least learn some other songs just to understand the writing techniques used. I can name a few examples like tritones and chromatics but you really need to see what others use on your own.
#7
Well, sorry to say, but a good way to learn techniques is to play other's songs. You dont have to do it this way, buts its a lot more fun. I dunno. Metal is filled with all kinds of different techniques. It would prolly be eaier to name the techniques not used.
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#8
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You have to at least learn some other songs just to understand the writing techniques used. I can name a few examples like tritones and chromatics but you really need to see what others use on your own.

+1

learning others songs makes it a lot easier
#9
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+1

learning others songs makes it a lot easier


Agreed, it teaches you different techniques
#10
The best way to learn a style is to learn songs in that style.

Sorry.
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#11
What sets apart that nu-metal / poppy metal-core style the bands you listed have from other metal bands isn't really describable in a post on a forum. Learning some of their songs are a great start. Sorry.
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#12
Well I guess im gonna start learning some Lamb of God.
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Ion - acoustic guitar.
Cort KX1Q - i smashed it
Fender Super Champ XD 15w
Stagg G-310 - i smashed it.
#14
Quote by vinnie-watt5
Well I guess im gonna start learning some Lamb of God.

good luck!
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rock drumming systemHeavy metal music also referred to as metal belongs to the rock music genre. It was developed in the 1960s and early 1970s. Heavy metal music is considered to be very extreme in context of machismo, theatre and volume. Traditionally this form of music is characterized by emphatic rhythms, distorted guitars, vigorous vocals and dense drum and bass sound. The main essence of metal drumming is to create a constant, loud beat with speed, precision and power. Exceptional endurance is also required for metal drumming and as a drummer you will have to develop co-ordination, dexterity and speed for playing the intricate patterns with ease, used especially in metal drumming. The cymbal choke is one of the characteristic techniques of metal drumming and in this technique the cymbal is struck and then silenced immediately by grabbing it with the other hand. This produces a burst of sound.
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#16
Mate, none of the bands you listed are particularly metal. And you should really learn other songs, that way you'll know what techniques are used and how they are often applied.

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#17
get inspired by real bands like Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Sirenia
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#18
Quote by vinnie-watt5
So i'm really into Lamb of God,Disturbed, Darkest Hour,ect.

I don't wanna learn any songs. For some reason I don't believe in playing other peoples work.

What are the basics?

Name every techniquie there is for heavy metal I'll do my best to learn them.

Don't be such a retard, stop trying to be unconventional for the sake of looking cool.

Learn songs, it's the best way.
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