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#1
As in Michael Angelo. It just so happens that he's going to be making a guest appearance at my local music store on Sunday, 19th. I'll be there of course. Should be a good time.
I'm not a huge fan of Dean guitars, but the guy's a freak of nature in the guitaring world.

If anyone's interested in checking out the store's web page, here's the link. There's an obligatory YT vid of him jamming on the home page.

http://www.bigredguitar.com/

#7
Thats pretty cool, I would love it if any shredder came to my local shop.

I learned quite a lot from MAB's instructional videos.

^And to the guy who called him a prick, he is the complete opposite of a prick. In his interviews in videos, he seems really chill. He would be a great teacher.
#8
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Ask him which hand he jerks off with.

I second this.
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#10
I've gone to one of his clinics. He's believe it or not, a really cool dude. But sometimes instead of talking on stage, he growls or some shit like that. And he can play his double neck guitar upside down above his head better than any of us can play regularly.
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#11
FREE ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES!?!?!


WAT


Also, see if you can get a packet from him like the guy who met Paul Gilbert did >_>
#12
Quote by itchy guitar
I've gone to one of his clinics. He's believe it or not, a really cool dude. But sometimes instead of talking on stage, he growls or some shit like that. And he can play his double neck guitar upside down above his head better than any of us can play regularly.


yeah the man is an absolute beast on guitar, its not even funny. he seems right cool in interviews too.

im jealous TS! wish shredders came to saint john...
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#13
Quote by TMF128
Thats pretty cool, I would love it if any shredder came to my local shop.

I learned quite a lot from MAB's instructional videos.

^And to the guy who called him a prick, he is the complete opposite of a prick. In his interviews in videos, he seems really chill. He would be a great teacher.

he taught Tom Morello
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Snake?

Snake?

SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE?!


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#15
I saw him a few years ago doing a clinic. He made the same terrible jokes before every song and did every trick he knew during every song, even after explaining that the famed "over-under playing" was nothing more than hand movements. His haircut failed and he also came across as nothing more than a douche.
#16
Quote by Gibson_SG_uzr55
he taught Tom Morello

I am aware of that, I meant to say that he should give lessons more often nowadays.
#17
Dammit i want a roast beef sandwich now.
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this guy is of epic legend.

it's true.
#18
ITT: People jealous of his ability to play fast.

Sounds cool TS, get a few pointers while you're there.

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#19
Quote by TMF128
I am aware of that, I meant to say that he should give lessons more often nowadays.

I UNDERSTAND COMPLETELY *insert teh pear*
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What happened to Snake?

Snake?

Snake?

SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE?!


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you can take my mouse and keyboard from my cold, slightly orange from cheetos, dead fingers


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Isis is amazing
#20
Quote by Gibson_SG_uzr55
he taught Tom Morello
He taught Tom Morello? Why isn't Tom Morello all "Hey, I hazz 5 hands and I can play withz my tongue"?

On a serious note, TS, ask him what it was like teaching rather successful musicians like Tom Morello?
#21
As I was skimming through the list of threads in the pit I past by this one real quick and I thought it was titled Baio as in Scott Baio....I am dissapoint.

P.S. If anybody has those Paul Gilbert packet could somebody PM or email me those please?
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#22
That's a horrible looking website...

Edit: The designer had the guts to put his email at the bottom of that atrocity
#24
I don't enjoy his music. It's a matter of taste, I'm not going to get into that since you do. More power to you for it.

However I have to admit I'm curious as to a few things;

1. I know his inspiration for the double guitar thing was a Jazz sax player I forget the name of who played two saxes at once. But I was wondering how he works it out in his head?
2. Any advice as an instrumental guitarist for a living with a fairly low-profile career for making a career out of it?
3. To prove his manliness, will he play a hot pink guitar? Anyone who can retain masculinity while doing so is immensely manly, it's the ultimate guitar-oriented challenge to someone's manliness.
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#26
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He owns a pink glittery strat, but said he'll never play it live.


Ah-ha!

He is not manly enough to pull it off! I knew it!
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#27
Ask him what it's like knowing that there's a dude who wears a mask and bucket that plays with more feeling than him.
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#28
Quote by zgr0826
Ask him what it's like knowing that there's a dude who wears a mask and bucket that plays with more feeling than him.


Zing.
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dwelling on past mishaps is for the weak. you must stride into the future, unabashed and prepared to fuck up yet again.
#30
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
He taught Tom Morello? Why isn't Tom Morello all "Hey, I hazz 5 hands and I can play withz my tongue"?

On a serious note, TS, ask him what it was like teaching rather successful musicians like Tom Morello?

i think Morello was a teen at the time so he wouldn't know he would be famous, to him it would be just another kid
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What happened to Snake?

Snake?

Snake?

SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE?!


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you can take my mouse and keyboard from my cold, slightly orange from cheetos, dead fingers


Quote by Baby Joel
Isis is amazing
#31
1) Ask him what he thinks makes a great Musician.
2) Ask him what he believes the most effective methods of practice are for various Techniques
3) Ask him for tips on how to be a successful Musician.

If you check out the MAB forum, you'll find he posts a considerable ammount considering his schedule and what not. He has some rly interesting and informative posts.
#34
At least you get someone you like, all we get this Sunday is the pope.
#35
Tell him you have part of his quad-guitar and use it as combination toilet paper/toothpick.
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#36
Quote by necrosis1193
I don't enjoy his music. It's a matter of taste, I'm not going to get into that since you do. More power to you for it.

However I have to admit I'm curious as to a few things;

1. I know his inspiration for the double guitar thing was a Jazz sax player I forget the name of who played two saxes at once. But I was wondering how he works it out in his head?
2. Any advice as an instrumental guitarist for a living with a fairly low-profile career for making a career out of it?
3. To prove his manliness, will he play a hot pink guitar? Anyone who can retain masculinity while doing so is immensely manly, it's the ultimate guitar-oriented challenge to someone's manliness.

That would be the late, great Rahsaan Roland Kirk. He also played flute and clarinet, and was one of the masters of circular breathing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0JJmwq7KXQ
#37
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Ask him what it's like knowing that there's a dude who wears a mask and bucket that plays with more feeling than him.



Say this. And keep Saying it. Over, and Over, and Over.
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#38
To be honest I was expecting this thread to be about some new style of patio.
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#40
Quote by zgr0826
Ask him what it's like knowing that there's a dude who wears a mask and bucket that plays with more feeling than him.

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