#1
No matter how hard i try i cannot figure out the difference between lead guitars and rhythm guitars..So wat is the difference?!

P.S: I never played a rhythm guitar

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There is no physical difference between guitars, its the style that you play that makes you either lead or rhythem.
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#4
Lead guitarist is the guy who plays solos on songs. Rhytmist guitar is the guy who keeps the rhythm.
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Lead guitarist is the guy who plays solos on songs. Rhytmist guitar is the guy who keeps the rhythm.


Well the lead guitarist plays a good part of the song most of the time, usually not just the solo.
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explorer is a rhythm guitar, rhythm guitars get better lows but i play lead
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explorer is a rhythm guitar, rhythm guitars get better lows but i play lead


What?
#9
There's no difference between rhythm and lead guitars OR guitarists...only the parts that are writtten and played.
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Quote by cainmd
explorer is a rhythm guitar, rhythm guitars get better lows but i play lead



truely one of the funniest things ive ever heard.


guitars are not specific to one or the other. sure some can be more ideal for some things. like a 24 fret guitar might be more appealing to lead metal players but its not like a 24 fret guitar wouldnt be suitable for rhythm either.
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And you know you don't have to copy and paste your signature? You can set it to be there automatically on the control panel.
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Ok seriously... Would you like us to tell you how to make a signature...?
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Lead. Definitely.
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^I'm guessing he's a Metallica fan. :p

TS, no difference, its the player not the guitar.


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#16
you either play guitar or you don't - your skill level determines whether or not you'll solo much. There have been some pretty simple lead guitar parts written over the years, for example, Neil Young's one-note solo in Cinnamon Girl. Can you imagine a couple of really acoomplished guitarists fighting over gets that one?
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Am I that predictable? ...

I was actually referring to coinmd, the guy who said that Explorers are rhythm guitars.
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Quote by cainmd
explorer is a rhythm guitar, rhythm guitars get better lows but i play lead

That makes no sense.

Lead guitarists play solos and lead sections, as well as rhythm parts.
Rhythm guitarists play the rhythm parts, and sometimes solo.
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You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
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Quote by Baby Joel
I was actually referring to coinmd, the guy who said that Explorers are rhythm guitars.


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