#1
wacha think of the meshugga's 8-string guitarist ?

could u recommend me some songs ?
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Last edited by Evil_Empire24-7 at Apr 30, 2006,
#3
^i know many guitarists out there from every genre but i like to read people's opinions !!!
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The Blues Is Easy To Play But Hard To Feel.

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I Promise That My Solos Will Only Get Faster.

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#4
Meshuggah is decent. I heard some guy threw up in the concert, cause of the high volume and low frequencies or something...

You could ask these thing in random shred chat thread, y'know?
#5
^but you know even if the volume is high fredrik is a clean jazz influenced guitarist.
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The Blues Is Easy To Play But Hard To Feel.

Quote by Chris Impellitteri
I Promise That My Solos Will Only Get Faster.

The Mahavishnu Orchestra (Greatest Rock Ensemble 1971 - 1973)

[[Practice Makes Perfect]]

[[Hell Yeah]]
#7
I actually really like meshuggah... and ive heard sol niger within by him. its pretty cool.
#8
I never really like all these mathematical riffs.
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#11
^i've known u would piss me when i saw ur name on my user control panel so **** off.
Quote by Jimi Hendrix
The Blues Is Easy To Play But Hard To Feel.

Quote by Chris Impellitteri
I Promise That My Solos Will Only Get Faster.

The Mahavishnu Orchestra (Greatest Rock Ensemble 1971 - 1973)

[[Practice Makes Perfect]]

[[Hell Yeah]]
#12
Can't say I've ever heard Meshuggah. The only expirience I've had with them came in the form of a jam session with some friends. My friend brought some kid over (a drummer) to play with us. He claimed he was heavily influenced by Meshuggah, and that was the style he wanted to play.

Long story short.. the kid couldnt hold down a f*cking beat and insisted on playing odd-time signatures. Since he claimed that Meshuggah was his main influence, I just naturally hate them now
#13
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i've known u would piss me

That's pretty kinky. Seriously though, stop making threads about every ****ing guitarist under the sun.
#15
I love Meshuggah, but I wouldn't say that fredrik is a shredder
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#16
Quote by seljer
how could you not love a band that do this: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6668271242366126796&q=meshuggah&pl=true

Other than that I don't seem to know of any songs that show any amazing shredding type stuff, just odd solo. And more ****ed up time signatures than you could imagine


Yup, that video sealed the deal for me. I dont like them at all
#17
That tapped solo kicked ass
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#18
I think Thordendal's music is brilliant. He has a solo album called "Sol Niger Within", no idea what the name means, but to me it sounds amazing.
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#19
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Yup, that video sealed the deal for me. I dont like them at all

Why? It's absolutly brilliant! the math, the control, burning hatred flawlessly harnessed with math oh my!
never make a judgment about a band if you have not heard the group's masterpiece. which in this case is "I" or the the 47 minute long song that is catch 33
#21
/\ Does he do any vocals on it, I think he sang on one of the Meshuggah albums between destroy erase improve and catch 33
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