#1
Hey UG!

How's everyone doing today? So I basically recorded this 2/25/2008 cause someone wanted to see how the ESP LTD Alexi-600 sounded. That was five months ago and this is NOWHERE near my best, since it doesn't have a rythm track or anything.

I basically just played the first thing off the top of my head.

I think it sucks because this is nowhere as good as I usually do.

well here ya go guys.

comments would be nice.
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=29140510

EDIT: I hate Trivium... so don't mind the shirt.
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#2
sounds pretty good. if you can add a rhythm track, it could sound pretty damn good.

just outta curiousity, if you hate trivium, why do you have the shirt?
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#3
Well see my friend got me the shirt because well he thought I liked them, which I will say they have a few good tunes, so I just kept the shirt.

I guess for that recording I didn't have any other shirt or something.
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#4
ah, got it. let me know if you get that recorded with rhythm and a drum track or something, i'd like to hear it
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#5
Aww come on, you don't have to be ashamed. Trivium can be good sometimes.

I like the way you play, shredding, but taking some breaks to do some slower stuff. Sweet harmonic at the end.
#6
Quote by Goblumich07
ah, got it. let me know if you get that recorded with rhythm and a drum track or something, i'd like to hear it



Yeah no problem man.
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#7
Quote by Brain245
Aww come on, you don't have to be ashamed. Trivium can be good sometimes.

I like the way you play, shredding, but taking some breaks to do some slower stuff. Sweet harmonic at the end.



Eh, I digg their old stuff alot more then the new stuff.

and thank you bro. I like putting slow stuff in my solos since i'm not too much of a fan of the whole "OMGZZZZZZ I CAN PLAY SUPER FAST WITH NO FEEL WOOHOO" type thing lol.

Don't get me wrong I love many solo's that are just straight forward shred type stuff but it just ain't for me.

Many people don't really think I can play like this since I play in a Deathcore band. Everyone seems to think Deathcore is all "BREE BREEE BREAKDOWN BREE BREAKDOWN" but my Deathcore band doesn't bree and we put nice technical solos in.

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#9
Quote by divinorum69
metalicious



Muchos Gracias friend.
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#11
Quote by divinorum69
Your welcom, nice guitar bTw



Thanks once again. I've recently switched to a seven string Ibanez Xiphos so i'm still debating on wether I should sell her or not.
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