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In high school I saw a shitstreak on the ceiling of the bathroom.
I shit you not.
i put in 1986 sg headstock in google images and got this
Uh, I like to play it
If that makes sense to you. You can try a pulloff on the E string part and pick the B string. If it's the same run I'm thinking of just repeat it down the frets.
Anyway, lots of rock solos are like this... coming from the blues scale and pentatonics. You should get used to it, of course if this is what I think it is.
They are all based off Floyd Rose! Floyd himself developed this and Kramer ran with it in 1980. This is why every other has "Licensed by" on it. There are many variants such as 85 USA Hamers trems but all are based on that same concept.
just for your info.
Hendrix couldnt read music.
The Speed King: These guys don't know what a Ballad is. They're too busy trying to catch the ooze of melted faces in their hands. They belt out endless licks played at the edge of the sound barrier, all the while making faces and grinning at the crowd. You wish you could play like them. Players in this Category include: Michael Angelo Batio, John Petrucci, Dave Mustaine.
I want to learn from this first lesson and not just show him what I can already play.
You can play metal on a strat, but it looks ****ing stupid.
There's a rock fujiyama vid somewhere on youtube where he sweeps with his teeth, it's gr8.
But yes I agree here. Sweeping is just one technique and there are amny great guitar players who don't do it.
I don't know any of those songs. Can you sweep?
Necks are angled back all the time. With T-O-M bridges, it's quite common. Dunno about with a Floyd.
Can you make some bigger wallpapers?
Like... 1680 x 1050?
Cause thats what I use .
Once again, amazing build man! I'll be getting one of those t-shirts too.
Thats some classy wood, so a very metal guitar wouldn't look right. you can never go wrong with the classic shape of a strat or a double cut, but I think it would make a gorgeous V. especially if you offset the stripes.
I have had excellent luck with D'Addario XL strings.
I used to break strings all the time when I used Ernie Ball Slinky but the D'Addario are super reliable. I have never broken a single one since I switched almost 8 years ago.
Starting from first fret I get get to the 7th, but I can only cleanly fret the 6th.