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Full Net was founded by Davis Henry (Vocals/Guitar), Craig Hogeland (Vocals/Bass), and Clay Trimmer (Drums) in September of 2009 in the bustling town of Marietta, Georgia in the bustling garage of Davis Henry. Full Net began playing shows regularly in early 2010 and has played all around Metro Atlanta at various venues. Full Net is a breath of fresh melodic punk amongst the typical scene-kid screamo and hipster bands that riddle the Atlanta music scene. The base of the band is derived from many kinds of punk rock including pop punk, hardcore punk, and alternative music in general.

Full Net independently recorded a 3-song EP in March of 2010. In October 2010, they won Swayze’s Battle of the Bands preliminary competition. In July of 2011, Full Net rallied some other local bands and played at The Masquerade, headlining for their first time. Later that July, Full Net won first place at East Cobb TCBY’s battle of the bands and that August they were featured on Lose Yourself With: The Derek Shapiro Show online radio show. Later on, Full Net played at a second TCBY Battle of the Bands and won second place due to the technicality of not being able to place first twice in a row.

Later that August, Full Net independently recorded, produced, engineered, and released their first full-length album. On stage, Full Net maintains an air of social immaturity while still remaining professional and musically apt. In early November, Full Net opened for a nationally touring act for their first time when they supported the horror punk band Blitzkid at the Masquerade.

Influenced by acts such as Green Day, Blink-182, The Clash, AFI, Screeching Weasel, The Misfits, Bad Religion, Rancid, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, Sum-41, NOFX, and The Descendents, Full Net is driven by the compulsive desire to create melodic, chunky, bratty, guitar driven, juicy bass infested, punk rock music. Band interests include girls, youth, boredom, growing up ( and the reluctance to do so), making fun of stupid people, being stupid, catching hipsters and being part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor.
This is my band, Full Net! We are a three-piece out of Atlanta!!

Looking forward to introducing some new fellas to our music!

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Full Net was founded by Davis Henry (Vocals/Guitar), Craigan Hogeland (Vocals/Bass), and Clay Trimmer (Drums) in September of 2009 in the bustling town of Marietta, Georgia in the bustling garage of Davis Henry. Full Net began playing shows regularly in early 2010 and has played all around Metro Atlanta at various venues. Full Net is a breath of fresh melodic punk amongst the typical scene-kid screamo and hipster bands that plague the Atlanta music scene. The base of the band is derived from many kinds of punk rock including pop punk, hardcore punk, and alternative music in general.

Full Net independently recorded a 3-song EP in March of 2010. In October 2010, they won Swayze’s Battle of the Bands preliminary competition. In July of 2011, Full Net rallied some other local bands and played at The Masquerade, headlining for their first time. Later that July, Full Net won first place at East Cobb TCBY’s battle of the bands and that August they were featured on Lose Yourself With: The Derek Shapiro Show online radio show. Later on, Full Net played at a second TCBY Battle of the Bands and won second place due to the technicality of not being able to place first twice in a row.

Later that August, Full Net independently recorded, produced, engineered, and released their first full-length album. On stage, Full Net maintains an air of social immaturity while still remaining professional and musically apt. In early November, Full Net opened for a nationally touring act for their first time when they supported the horror punk band Blitzkid at the Masquerade.

Influenced by acts such as Green Day, Blink-182, The Clash, Screaching Weasel, The Misfits, AFI, Bad Religion, Rancid, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, Sum-41, NOFX, and The Descendents, Full Net is driven by the compulsive desire to create melodic, chunky, bratty, guitar driven, juicy bass infested, punk rock music. Band interests include girls, youth, boredom, growing up ( and the reluctance to do so), making fun of stupid people, being stupid, catching hipsters and being part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor.

Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/fullnet

You Tube (entire album available for streaming): http://www.youtube.com/user/FullNetBand

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Full-Net/157550684809

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Hey, I'm trying to get a good tone out of my AC30 and I've been having a hell of a time. It will sound good in the room and then when I record it, the product is grossly disappointing. The recording always sounds very choppy and not "all there". I'm getting a very dead, two dimensional sound and I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips and perhaps point me in the direction of a good method to get a good recording tone. I'm looking for something kinda punky. Thanks in advance!
@ fnichols1 & theraven871

Thanks, I checked out some demo videos of the OCD on youtube. Its amazing. Thats exactly the sound I had in mind.
I recently purchaced a Vox AC30C2. I know that this amp is pretty basic and renound for its ability to produce brilliant pure tones and any natural distortion that can gotten from it has somthing to be desired in the way of tone for the time of music I play so I am wondering what would be the best distortion pedal I could use with the AC30 and my Les Paul Junior. I am looking for a distortion pedal that could provide Green Day-Foo Fighters-like tones.

Any suggestions?
so is that this in essence bending the neck back towards me (if I was holding it)?
While fretting the low and high E-strings at the 19th fret a pick fits (and then some) under the high e-string, and a pick almost fits between the low e-string and the 7-9th frets but I can tell it pushes the string up just a tiny bit to get in there.
its a Gibson and I have buzzing problems with all of them when the action is two low but I have problems with the g-string not getting fretted well when the action is two high. like I fret all the other strings when I play an a-string rooted barre chord but the g-string is muted becaus I can press it down hard enough between the strings above and below it.
Hey I am having trouble with adjusting the string height on my Les Paul junior. The wraparound tailpiece makes it very difficult to get every string to fall where I want it to and I can't seem to find a "happy place" when it's too high the g string is nearly impossible to fret when barring and when its too low string buzz become an issue. Is there anyone that could give me any pointers?
Hi, I recently purchased a 2009 gibson les paul junior. The knobs that came on it were those cheap looking clear knobs and I was wondering if anyone could reference me to a style of knob that is most true to a late 1950s Les Paul Junior.

Thanks in advance.
Alright. Thanks for the insight.
The Junior is modern. 2009 In fact. The tuners aren't actually vintage. They are vintage style. Individuals.

This is the type of assembly on my guitar (but with a ovular head rather than the pointed type shown:

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibson-Vintage-Nickel-Machine-Heads-with-Pearloid-Buttons-100308475-i1128020.gc

These are the ones I was planning on replacing them with: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibson-Modern-Nickel-Machine-Heads-with-Metal-Buttons-101391399-i1128021.gc
Hi. I recently purchased a Gibson Les Paul Jr knowing in advance I was going to change out the tuning heads. A friend told me the vintage gibson tuners that came stock weren't very good. Now I was going to replace them with a set of gibson modern tuners. The vintage style tuners that are currently on the the guitar each have two screw holes. Other than the cosmetic setback (there aren't two screw holes in the modern tuners), would this work?
Thanks for the help guys.

I eventually decided just to fork over the 50 or so bucks for a Fender LSR roller nut.
@ TheQuailman

Thanks for the help man, I hadn't considered that it might be a problem with the nut.

And I replace the strings regularly, usually every 2-3 weeks, and it still occurs with every set I've used. I've even strayed from my comfortable guage and moved to a thicker one a few times to see if that might fix the problem. I'll give the bridge another look though.
Hey, I've been having a prblem with the 3rd string on my Fender Stratocaster ever since i got it. What happens is that it goes slightly out of tune when I press down on a fret not matter how gently I am pressing down. It does this everywhere on the neck, but it is the worst close to the headstock. I have tried adjusting the bridge settings but nothing has improved the condition. Does anyone know what's going on and how I might fix it?
how much would it take to create some kind of system that allows a member to see a reason why his/her contribution is denied?
Hey is there a way to replace a Fender Stratocaster's tremolo bridge with some kind of fixed bridge?

Thanks in advance.
I'll give this a go. Lead parts for "Frail Grasp On The Big Picture" - Eagles.
If you mean electric, look into some Jeff Beck. If your want some good acoustic finger picking songs, listen to some James Taylor.
Hey, I was wondering, is there tab editing software that can set up a page of sheet music/tabs much like it is in a professional tab book (rhythm fill in seperate boxes, rhythm slashes with only the lyrics under it in some locations, etc.)?

Thanks,
pc117
Hey, I've been trying to find a good string for about two years now, I haven't really looked into that much untill now. I was rescently using the new Ernie Ball coated slinky strings, and both times one of the strings snapped about a week into use, prior to that I used regular super slinkies. I'm pretty much done with Ernie ball. I'm looking for a brand and gauge that is good for lead (bending, etc.) while at the same time able to handle chording and substancial amounts of pressure without going out of tune.

Any suggestions?
dude, I hate to break it to you, but If it keeps up, your gonna have to keep your wrist in a splint for a while, maybe a week or two.
Quote by emad
^Attach your tab to your post and post a link to the current tab.I'll check it out.


Mine: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/home/tab_detail.php?tabid=797072

Current one: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/g/green_day/blood_sex_and_booze_guitar_pro.htm

Thanks
Quote by emad
We don't accept improved version of an existing tab as a new one.


I mean I made a whole new one over again with additional instruments. Its really more af a whole new version than an improved version.
Hey, I posted a song (Blood Sex And Booze) A couple of days ago and it was denied. It was an improved version of a GUitarPro tab that has already been submitted. TYHe one that was already submitted had quite a few empty bars and exeeded bars, so I made a different version. Why might it have been denied?
Quote by biga29
No, what i think is happening is by bending the string, your increasing tension on the bridge, which causes the bridge to "dive" causing the other strings to go out of tune. Only way to fix it is to not play other strings while bending, or if you'r willing to give up the the tremolo, tighten it until its obsolete.



That's what it is. I never use my tremolo bar anyway.

Thanks
Thats what I'm using, actually extra lite, I'm sporting Super Slinkys.
Hi, I am having a problem with the bending on my guitar. I have a Fender Stratocaster, and when I band one of the stings, the others go out of tune for the time that the string is bent. Its been a problem ever since I got the guitar. Is there some adjustment I can preform on my guitar's neck that will keep this from happening?
Yeah, and the oppsite inversion is used for a similar effect.

EX:

D|--3
A|--4
E|--1
Is there a way to place notes directly onto the staff in guitar pro?
It's the same idea as buying "weathered" jeans. Its kind of retarded.
yes in fact, when I mute the b string, the harmony for the fret my finger is over rings out a bit.
There is a song I am learning that my band and I are going to play at a gig in March and it requires an octave chord to be picked rapidly (to the 32nd)
EX.
E--10---9------4--
B-------------------
G---7----6-----1--
D-------------------
A-------------------
E-------------------

Is there an approach to doing this correctly?
Quote by LordPino
Hey, so one of my friends wants to learn to play guitar.
That's no problem and all, but he's left handed.

Does anyone know a good BEGINNER guitar set for lefties?
He wants to play metal/ metalcore, so I suggested an Ibanez or Yamaha?


If he hasn't started playing at all, it might just be easier for him to learn on a righty guitar, it won't be any harder or anything since playing requires ambidextrous coordianation anyway. I have a friend that learned to play like this and it worked for him.
What is there to say? You get what you pay for.

Audacity = Free

Free = Crap
Quote by bloodycomfort
http://www.rondomusic.com/spadredleft.html

Left-Handed, Alder Body, 24 frets on a SET neck, all black hardware with Diecast tuners, adjustable truss, and a 5-way selector. Only thing I'd imagine being crappy is the pickups, I can just put in a bill lawrence on the bridge slot for $50.

So that would pretty much be $200 for a really well-suited good metal axe, I understand the main brands would charge atleast $400-$600 for a guitar of this quality. Is this a non-profit organization or something? It just seems like there's gotta be a catch, because with a name brand you'd easily pay over three times that price for an equivalent quality guitar. I've heard nothing but good comments about agile, and apparently this is Rondo's low budget series, known as Douglas. The set neck combined with this price just really confuses me, but excites me at the same time. Anyone played any Douglas's? I only see reviews for Agile's.


Yeah, there is a catch... if you're right-handed XD

Well, I mean, have you actually played it?
Quote by Samai
by rhythm slash, do you mean upstroke downstroke?
if so, GP does have it:
Top Menu > Note > in the middle, there's Upstroke/Downstroke and PickStroke Up/PickStroke Down


Nah, I mean like: http://media.wiley.com/assets/7/75/0-7645-5356-9_0501.jpg
Is it just me not being able to find it, or does Pro not have a rhythm slash feature?