#1
Rob Zombie- Dragula
Godsmack- Whatever
Danzig- Dirty Black Summer
Alice in Chains- Down in a hole
Static-X- Push it
Fear Factory- Edge Crusher
Fear Farcory- Cars
Pantera- The great southern Trend kill
Pantera- Walk
Pantera- Floods
Pantera- I'm broken
Metallica- Seek & Destroy
Metallica- Am I evil


What cover songs do you do?

EDIT: Forgot Drowning pool- sinner and Disturbed- guarded
#2
wrong forum
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#3
rigth now were are doing
for whome the bell tolls
run to teh hills
paranoid
sombody save me- cindereella
like light to teh fire and flies- trivium
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#4
fozzy- enemy
papa roach- getting away with murder


cause my bro isnt a great singer
Roses are red
Voilets are blue
The only bulge in my pocket is my wallet
No i'm not happy to see you
#6
Quote by civildp1
wrong forum


Actually I have an electric guitar question.

I have these songs with different tunning methods.

Dragula- C F B' E' G C

Whatever- C G C F A D

{Down in a hole
Seek & Destroy
Am I Evil} -----E' A' D' G' B' E'

Pantera- C# G# E B F# C#

and ect...

I should improvise one tuning.... so I don't have to bring all 13 guitars to one gig.

Any suggestions?
#7
apart from bringing multiple guitars, my only suggestion would be to play the songs with standard style tunings (E, Eb, C#, C) in standard, and then the ones in drop d style (drop d, drop C etc) in drop d. They won't sound exactly like the recordings, but it'll still be close
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