#1
play instrumental-shred solos when everybody else is doing punk, pop, alternative in the school gig?
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#2
no it makes you stand out.
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#3
nah... just shows that you like some attention... but your band mates might be a little up set...
#4
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no it makes you stand out.

there's a lurking feeling, feels obscene/offensive.
"Often it does seem a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat." -Mark Twain
#5
Quote by randomhero93
nah... just shows that you like some attention... but your band mates might be a little up set...


worse.
no band mates.
one-man-show.
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#7
i did once, it was kind of crappy cause they switched the line-up and i didn't have time to warm up so my sweeps sounded like crap ,but everyone else liked it
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#8
yeah it would be cool just make sure to have huge amount of variety because it can get old fast
#9
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i did once, it was kind of crappy cause they switched the line-up and i didn't have time to warm up so my sweeps sounded like crap ,but everyone else liked it

that sucks man.
but didn't you feel "out of place" doing it all alone?
hope my listeners won't think of my performance as "invasive".
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#10
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yeah it would be cool just make sure to have huge amount of variety because it can get old fast

couldn't agree better.
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#12
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there's a lurking feeling, feels obscene/offensive.



what?
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#13
^
i dunno. i can only come up with those words to describe my feeling.

edit: it feels somewhat bad-a**.
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#14
a bunch of Power chords < Good Shred.

If you can control your playing when you shred... do it

if not... don't.
#15
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that sucks man.
but didn't you feel "out of place" doing it all alone?
hope my listeners won't think of my performance as "invasive".


i felt a little out of place, especially cause it began and ended with the tritone, but all of my friends liked it
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#17
Dude, do teh shr3dz0rz. Do it.
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#20
play whatever you want, if you want to go out and play at 9000000000NPS, go ahead and do it, if you want to go out there and play Cat Stevens do that, do what you want
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