#1
I re-recorded Thunderhorse with a Rev Jr. I still need to get used to recording with this amp though. Check it out and let me know what you think. It's the one at the bottom of the list (The old one is at the top of the list).

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#2
Wow sounds good, and I'm not a metal fan.
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#3
That kicked ass. Hard.

Just curious, did you record both guitars?
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#4
Yeah it's all me. 3 rhythm guitars and 2 lead.
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Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ
#5


Me and my bassist have always wanted to learn this song (I seems to lack any sweep picking skills though.) Great show and good music, keep up the good work.
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#6
Thanks man. I can't sweep properly at all myself. I kinda do a weird half alternate picking half sweeping picking style. It's not the best technique but I can do basic sweeping patterns with it. I guess you just need to kinda figure out what works best for you.
Ibanez S470 dxqm
Cort KX-Custom
Cort VX-4V DiMarzio X2N
Epiphone Les Paul Std emg81/85
Krank Rev Jr.
Marshall Valvestate S80 (8240)
Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ