#2
CJ Tywoniak? or something like that
if youre talking about him then hes soooo sick
i saw him live and met him
sooo good
#3
Doug Steele wins for me.
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#4
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CJ Tywoniak? or something like that
if youre talking about him then hes soooo sick
i saw him live and met him
sooo good


No.
#7
A lot of them have pretty mad skills and **** tone.

After watching a bunch of videos, it seems that most of them have mad skills, but none (of the ones I've seen) have a good sense of melody. What good is shred if it's not musical? I was expecting a lot of Petrucci clones
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Quote by sashki
A lot of them have pretty mad skills and **** tone.

After watching a bunch of videos, it seems that most of them have mad skills, but none (of the ones I've seen) have a good sense of melody. What good is shred if it's not musical? I was expecting a lot of Petrucci clones


Yeah that's what I was thinking.

Most of the people that I saw that were really good weren't using Dean guitars, which I kind of thought was funny.

I have not seen a TON of these videos but:

http://www.deanguitars.com/shredder/viewProfile.php?id=468

seemed like a good showcase of skills. He has a more melodic beginning then a shreddy fast end.

His tapping wasn't very good though.
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#10
Gocbag on YouTube. check him out
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During practice once, my bass player was trying to act cool and headbang and I hit him in the face with sharp head of my washburn (accident maybe). Theres still a tiny bit of blood in my guitar, I think its kinda cool