#1
I've been playing for a few years now, I know I'm really bad, but I am the best player I know.

Where is a good place to meet metal guitarists that don't suck? Other than the internet.
#5
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I've been playing for a few years now, I know I'm really bad, but I am the best player I know.

Where is a good place to meet metal guitarists that don't suck? Other than the internet.


school

That's where I met the guys in my 1st band.
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Last edited by GuitarMunky at Jul 18, 2011,
#6
Quote by Sean0913
Come visit my school in Texas.

Sean


Or pretty much anywhere in Austin. You can't go within 30 miles of a guitar store without wanting to switch to bass.
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#7
go to a jazz club. 99.9% chance.

oh, metal guitarists? i don't really know - unless you know the next jeff loomis or chris broderick, really good metal players are few and far between.
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#8
If you're the best around, make a metal band with one guitarist (you) and give it a go.

Otherwise metal gigs and musician advertisements would be the go.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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#9
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Or pretty much anywhere in Austin. You can't go within 30 miles of a guitar store without wanting to switch to bass.


Or just sweep floors at Burger King, only to realize that your co-worker who's filling up the salt shakers there, can also play the guitar like Robert Johnson, switch gears to Gatton, and bring it home like Vaughann with a dose of Govan fusion for good measure.

Best,

Sean
#10
Scratches off Austin (and the rest of Texas) as a holiday destination... as well as Burger King for hunger.

I know I'm really bad, but I am the best player I know.


Still just trying to get to grips with this statement. You're bad... but the best player you know. Might be out of line here... but do you have friends?
Last edited by evolucian at Jul 19, 2011,
#12
Quote by Sean0913
Ah come on evo - you know you can always come kick it with me!

Sean

Hehe, thanks man ... Just promise that we'll stay out of Burger King's, hahaha
#13
The truth is, good players are everywhere. If you can't find someone to look up to, you're not looking very hard.
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#14
As an addendum to what others have suggested, learn to kick your own ass. If you rely on others to motivate you, won't make it very far.
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