#3
Quote by GS LEAD 5
Is that an RG2228?

Axe Fx II, RG2228......**** you man, youve got half my dream rig

Me wants to hear some Meshuggah! obZen anyone?


It is!

I need skills to play Meshuggah - something I haven't been able to purchase with money (yet) ;|
#6
Quote by UnmagicMushroom
Opening your Christmas presents early, are you?

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Happy New Guitar Day looks sweet


No no, my Axe Fx II will be my christmas present

#7
Happy new harp day!!
Bhaok

The following statement is true. The proceeding statement is false.
#9
Sweet! HNGD!
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#10
Quote by Bhaok
Happy new harp day!!

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#11
Awesome! HNGD, man
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#12
You have a 2228 and you're getting an Axe FX II for your birthday? I think I hate you . Congrats!

Although... watching that video... might wanna check that locking nut on the left, it's tilted.
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Quote by SYLrules88
im not very good with that harmonic thing. i get them to match perfectly then i play a chord and it sounds like hellen keller singing


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#13
i thought you'd got 8 guitars

very nice
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#14
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Quote by Nico the Great
You have a 2228 and you're getting an Axe FX II for your birthday? I think I hate you . Congrats!

Although... watching that video... might wanna check that locking nut on the left, it's tilted.


Naaah, I'm buying the Axe myself as well as I did with this one
#15
you have to love a fretboard you could park a bus on.



HNGD!
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#16
Quote by gregs1020
you have to love a fretboard you could park a bus on.



HNGD!


Actually this is really helpful in one regard: When I'm doing rhythm work, I don't anchor half as much as I normally do
#17
Is it just me...or are the locking nuts the wrong way round in your video?

HNGD anyway....I've always wanted to try an 8string....I'm very jealous
#18
How do you do chords on an 8-string? Do you just have to miss a few strings out or change your chord shapes completely? I only have 4 fingers and a thumb!
#19
Quote by Andalus
How do you do chords on an 8-string? Do you just have to miss a few strings out or change your chord shapes completely? I only have 4 fingers and a thumb!


...Like you would on a 6 string? it just adds 2 extra low strings, beyond that it's the same 6 strings you already know.

Think, man.
#20
Quote by Våd Hamster
...Like you would on a 6 string? it just adds 2 extra low strings, beyond that it's the same 6 strings you already know.

Think, man.


Yeah but I have to concentrate really hard to not hit the low E on a 6-string, never mind an 8-string!
#21
Quote by Highelf04
Is it just me...or are the locking nuts the wrong way round in your video?

HNGD anyway....I've always wanted to try an 8string....I'm very jealous


I haven't locked them

Quote by Andalus
How do you do chords on an 8-string? Do you just have to miss a few strings out or change your chord shapes completely? I only have 4 fingers and a thumb!


Well, basically it open up a lot of open chord shapes and options for interesting root notes. If I drop the F# to E, you can play normal bar chords and simply add an octave and fifth below by extending your barring finger across the low strings.

So a regular A major chord:

E 5
B 5
G 6
D 7
A 7
E 5

Becomes:

E 5
B 5
G 6
D 7
A 7
E 5
B 5
E 5

Now where is your god, bass players?!
Last edited by xFilth at Dec 10, 2011,
#22
Quote by xFilth
I haven't locked them


Well, basically it open up a lot of open chord shapes and options for interesting root notes. If I drop the F# to E, you can play normal bar chords and simply add an octave and fifth below by extending my barring finger across the low strings.

So a regular A major chord:

E 5
B 5
G 6
D 7
A 7
E 5

Becomes:

E 5
B 5
G 6
D 7
A 7
E 5
B 5
E 5

Now where is your god, bass players?!


Ah man cool, cheers for clearing that up. I'm yet to play a 7-string never mind an 8-string, but it's on my list.

Although I'm not sure my fingers are long enough to barre 8 strings...