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No, you need feeling for anyone with more brains than an angst-filled teenager to enjoy you're playing. Like I said, metal is good, but there is a reason it is not taken seriously by most non-metal musicians. I don't know why everyone here is some jerk metalhead that thinks that playing with soul is stupid. If they are enjoyable to listen to, and you can get down to them, they are good enough to win you over, and hopefully anyone else who hears them. I would rather listen to someone because they sound pleasureable to my ears, rather than because THEYRLIEKTHEAW3SM3SHR3DMAST3R! BOWDOWN!
That was retarded shut up please. Stevie>whatever mother****er you listen to...good day.
no one made comments like that... everyone who posted about preferring "feeling" respectfully acknowledged skill in shredding and all that. No one assumed metal has no feeling, but i really dont enjoy the metal that doesn't have feeling. However, i love to shred when there is feeling. Saying that feeling means "one bend every 20 seconds" is pure ignorance, honestly. Its one thing to like the incredible speed of a guitarist, but personally i love when a guitarist is soloing WITH the band. Sounds better as a whole.
i hate to push froosh on some of you haters, but it certainly isnt a bend every 20 seconds.
Guitarists with "feeling" bore me. Quit sh**tin' your diapers because you can't play the Stabwound solo, and can only hold a vibrato for 5 minutes and call it "soul" or "feeling".
You know what? Who says you need to utilize crazy techniques to be a great guitarist? Music is less about scales and arpeggios, and more about feeling. Jimi Hendrix is a great guitarist. Yngwie is arrogant and tedious to listen to. Ask any non-guitarist and see which they like more. Feeling or scale runs at 234657786765445709064359576790 bpm?
Also, Steve Vai and Satch are good at putting feeling into technique.
For real, just caz Via uses one everybody thinks anyone has a floyd rose is automatically a god, when it's pretty much the exact opposite.
I think Tom and Elz are going through on their way.
So am I sticking you on the red list?
wait, aren't edge III's the trems that everyone hates and are supposed to be really bad? if so why is it on his signature
...In that case you mean the Marshall 1960AV
does anyone know how much the iceman retails in the us
im interested in ordering one
Eh, ty, but can get some answers about the Dimarzio pickups?
I need a new set of pickups (H-H) for playing various forms of Metal. I play a lot of Megadeth and Metallica, along with Children of Bodom, In Flames, KsE, LoG, BFMV, At the Gates, As I Lay Dying, All That Remains, etc. The pickups will be going into a Douglas Fulcrum (mahogany body).
I can understand that. I was talking more about the occasional acts of kindness.
If the guy is just telling you over and over again how beautiful you are, or throwing out crappy cliches (lol @ the second one), then I can certainly understand how that would be considered creepy.
How is being nice seen as being creepy?
I know, I didn't mean it sucked because of the pups, I was just stated he uses the passive EMG's.
To be fair, Alexi's tone sucks...
He uses passive EMG's the majority of the time.
I'd personally find it a bit forced and awkward.
Well Alexi Laiho uses Symour duncan active blackouts...well just one, so maybe try those, or EMGS are kinda similar
Good call. Yeah, I would like 24 frets and good access. No, i'd like to avoid the neck dive as much as possible. I'd like the darker sound preferably. Neck size really doesn't matter to me much.
ppl just dont kno how to use mt-2.. its good for screaming solos, for deep power chords and barre chords not so much.