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Yes they are too expensive. They also waste time. Why have a guitar teacher when you have the internet.
Are you insinuating that because you are a moderator, that fascism applies as a result? You stated this is not a discussion. Please elaborate further ...
Don't be a douche and try to dictate what others do ... it was a stab at humor ... maybe a poor one, but still ...
The thread question is a trick question ... There is no such thing as excellent Black Metal Music ...
I would post a few YT links, but it looks like your links got removed so maybe not.
I've been playing electric guitar for the past few months. I started off with learning the most basic riffs. You know them. Seven Nation Army, Smoke on the Water, Brain Stew, etc. but I haven't really found myself getting better. Should I continue on with learning riffs/songs but move on to more difficult stuff or should I be doing something else entirely to improve such as learning basic chords/scales(I really don't know what scales are haha)?
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1. Do really accomplished musicians essentially lose the concept of scales?
For example, if I knew a backing track was in C Dorian, I would have to consciously use a C Dorian scale over the top. However, if you were really good and were able to instinctively make anything fit, would you even be considering scale shapes/intervals at all?
With that said I still think his picking technique is weird. Lol
I just wish I knew what exactly he had to learn to get to where he is, so I don't waste time learning stuff that I don't need.
I think down picking everything is overrated. You can play a lot of traditionally all down picked stuff using alternate/economy picking and only a few guitar nerds, who think alternate picking Metallica tunes is some sort of a massive crime, will notice. With that said, some riffs do feel more natural down picked and the timbre is slightly different.