#1
Usually in a typical two guitarist band, the lead guitarist takes the high mids while the rhythm guitarist takes the low mids. But are there any examples of the opposite, where the lead guitarist occupies the low mids and the rhythm takes the high mids?
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#3
^Any specific songs?
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#7
All this talk about High and Low Mids makes me think you're talking about EQing a guitar track in Pro Tools or something. Try the first two Opeth albums.
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#9
Alter Bridge does this quite a bit during their choruses and other parts.

Mostly their last album "ABIII", has this sorta stuff. About half of their second album "Blackbird" does this as well.
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