#1
This was learned by me on Friday in time for the five year anniversary since the death of "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott. I thought I should pay tribute somehow, so I took a very emotional song for Zakk, because it was jammed out by him after Dime's death, and made it a little bit my own.

Incidentally, me and Zakk actually have the same birthday (January 14th), but anyway...

Also, my first video with my new ESP LTD EC-1000 Deluxe Vintage Black.

Gear used:
- ESP LTD EC-1000
- Pod X3
- Audacity + Windows Movie Maker

Link to Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZJcD4wvi0Y
Link to Audio:
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Pat_s1t/
The tab and POD settings are in the description on Youtube.
Cheers,

- Pats1t
Last edited by Pat_s1t at Dec 7, 2009,
#2
Dude, that was really good. 5/5
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#3
very Nice!!!

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#4
how did you record the audio? it sounds nice!

Peavey 6505+
Les Paul Custom Silverburst

Tool 5/5/06
Tool 11/24/07
Tool 12/8/07
RHCP 4/28/07
RAtM 4/29/07
Black Label Society 3/7/09
Black Label Society 5/4/09
Metallica 12/7/09
Alice in Chains 2/8/10
Lamb of God 7/14/10
#5
Really good cover man. Sounded like you flubbed a single bend, but in the grand scheme.. That didn't matter, haha.
#6
Yeah, I messed up one bend after the bit of shredding, but I cba to to a new take, so I let it slide.

Also, I recorded the audio by just taping myself recording something through my pod to Audacity. I muted the video track, then synced the audio with the video. A lot of people on Youtube do videos this way.