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I've been practicing rhythm guitar for about 3 month (I'd been playing guitar but since I decided to be a rhythm guitarist)

And realized that rhythm guitar is damn hard as much as lead guitar

So I want to practice as many songs as I can for Rhythm guitar part

But I know only a few bands that have great rhythm guitar part

(I don't know where to post this so if it bothers you ,I apologise)


If you know any good songs or bands that have great rhythm guitar part ,Please tell me the bands or songs

In some ways I happen to call it great "rhythm guitar part"
(I know that This is not only about the rhythm guitar but I need to practice these)

Either (It's not neccesary to be the 3 things ,just either of this or that..)

1.technically good rhythm part
(Riff--I prefer sounding using chords or more like core sound//using techniques//Imaginative rhythm parts--Not only just playing chords)


2.Rhythmically good rhythm part
(In this case , I surely know that "good rhythm" means depends on your taste and gerne but I prefer "Core" music (hard-core,Metal-core,Emo-core,ect so I hope to know about the bands or songs that have good rhythm playing by rhythm guitarist but If it's good tell me whether it's core or not please)


3.Sounding good rhythm part
(I don't know how to say it , For instance Let's say There is rhythm guitarist A,and B
And they play exactly same song with same gears but you can say who is better than whom ,I mean even though they play the same thing with same gears ,One is play more like a pro ,and sounding good (not only just because of the equalize) you know what I mean soo Recommend me please)


I would be very appreciate if you guys help me to find these bands or songs for my practicing . if you do I'll shut my mouth and stop posting sh*t
Recommend me any good post-hardcore band
#3
Black sabbath, and a lot of 80's metal bands in their early days like Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and the Scorpions.
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#4
for to be serious? dragonforce. totman plays fast and can keep the rythym
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#6
All that remains? Both their guitarists work their asses off. Not alone has some strange rhythm bits to it. Or The Human Abstract maybe?

Although not '-core', Children of Bodom have some pretty intense rhythm parts.

Why do I get the feeling that this is in the wrong forum?
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All that remains? Both their guitarists work their asses off. Not alone has some strange rhythm bits to it. Or The Human Abstract maybe?

Although not '-core', Children of Bodom have some pretty intense rhythm parts.

Why do I get the feeling that this is in the wrong forum?


Are those band name or what? "All that remains"???
Recommend me any good post-hardcore band
#8
Meshuggah have incredibly awesome technical, yet highly fun to play rhythm parts :P:
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Meshuggah have incredibly awesome technical, yet highly fun to play rhythm parts :P:


If you have an eight-string :p , yeah they're ****ing awesome.

You might also wanna check out Sikth.
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Meshuggah have incredibly awesome technical, yet highly fun to play rhythm parts :P:


"meshuggah"

Is that right name???

and band name?
Recommend me any good post-hardcore band
#11
Yes it's a swedish band
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If you have an eight-string :p , yeah they're ****ing awesome.

You might also wanna check out Sikth.


Yeah, but some of their songs with 7 string guitars (first albums) are playable with a 6-string tuned to A# Standard
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#13
anything by megadeth
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#14
The Faceless are fairly epic when it comes to rhythm
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The first time this song has actually been a good suggestion!
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#16
Guns N Roses - Mr Brownstone, Rocket Queen, Yesterdays, Knockin On Heavens Door
Aerosmith - Ragdoll (Uses a slide)
Slash's Snakepit - Speed Parade

try them.
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The first time this song has actually been a good suggestion!



Is that A song? "I cum blood" ?

I thought it was slang or something that I can't understand
Recommend me any good post-hardcore band
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Are those band name or what? "All that remains"???


All that remains = band.
Not alone- song by said band.

Human Abstract = band.
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#22
If you can't do rhythm well and need somewhere fairly easy to start try Lamb of God stuff. Its kind of technical and fun to play.
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#25
I play death metal and core type music when im on my electric but when i get on my accoustic i play basically church music. That is how i got good and how i get better, by playing with my chuch band twice a week i get alot better.
But! For music to get you sick at riffing and rythm go for Death Metal and variations of that genre.
When i started getting better I was playing As I lay dying and trivium songs and now i just mostly write my own crap but when i do learn a song its by bands like Behemoth
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#26
Have a listen to some fall of troy

songs like

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#27
The Smiths have many great rhythm parts. Also check out:
Television
Megadeth
Metallica
King Crimson
Tool
#28
The Fall of Troy (Thomas Erak is crazy)
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#30
I was about to type Arch Enemy but if you've only been playing for about 3 months that's waaaaaaay too hard. But yeah, it's already been pointed out, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Metallica and so on.

Be sure to practice your galloping alternate picking if you're into metal. It's like 1/3 of being a good metal guitarist.
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anything by megadeth


Hanger. Eighteen. And let's not forget James Hetfield, per se.
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for to be serious? dragonforce. totman plays fast and can keep the rythym


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I was about to type Arch Enemy but if you've only been playing for about 3 months that's waaaaaaay too hard. But yeah, it's already been pointed out, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Metallica and so on.

Be sure to practice your galloping alternate picking if you're into metal. It's like 1/3 of being a good metal guitarist.



Nah , I mean by "playing for about 3 months" is that I've decided to be a rhythm guitar player and started to practice rhythm guitar seriously

I played guitar for about over 2 years before I take rhythm guitar seriously
Recommend me any good post-hardcore band
#34
Play some funk. Funk gets you familiar with non traditional chords. It actually has rhythm structure it gets you familiar with playing chuccas and actual sounding notes. funk is the way to go. Or if you need something that isnt funk go with some santana. If you insiston having something on the heavy side Suicidal Tendencies and infectious grooves have really good rhythms.
#35
Check out these nutcase rhythms:
Necrophagist - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyJG1A6QmrU&feature=related
Nile - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MH4P2WudnY
Arsis - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHC9w7pCIMQ (a bit easier lol)
Dream Theater - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkF4JD2rO3Q
Cannibal Corpse - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5Hv0tsvpyU

Something to aspire to (if you like that kind of music)
#36
can i just ask though why you're limiting yourself to just playing rhythm?
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Is that A song? "I cum blood" ?

I thought it was slang or something that I can't understand

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not to worry
most punk has good rythm guitar in
#39
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JIMI HENDRIX IS A BRILLIANT RHYTHM PLAYER


and John Squire

I wouldn't say Deep Purple, Blackmore is more of a lead player, Lord on the Hammond plays the rhythm...

I would say early Whitesnake, like Ready An' Willing and Fool For Your Lovin'.
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