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  1. Perhaps?

    Ill 1010 it.... Maybe
  2. Guess that lyric.

    I FUCKING DARE SOMEONE TO GET THIS WITHOUT GOOGLING. Temple of the Dog - Reach Down Man look, I can play this game like everyone else......
  3. Guess that lyric.

    guess despised icon - silver plated avocate Good google...
  4. Guess that lyric.

    guess
  5. Guess that lyric.

    "I aim for his head as I empty my charger in his direction. His blood stained tie and shirt will leave a lasting impression now that he's been put to sleep by the lethal injection of my smoking barrel." I know people will have to google this..
  6. this was kind of fun

    Omg you kids have no clue how to fight... I would knock you out
  7. anyone play guitar?

    About 5 years now
  8. The Music That Touches You...

    Cry Cry Cry : Johnny Cash
  9. Roger Clemens...going once, twice, sold.....

    He is a scumbag who disgraces the game plain and simple.
  10. Among Shadows

    Glad its funny
  11. Calling out guitar players

    To be fair I think it's people like you, well, at least like your friend, that also don't have a complete understanding of guitar playing (I play guitar myself, although playing isn't a prerequisite to judging music). Playing with that much skill is in and of itself artistic as well. It is something that guitarists who practiced 8-14 hours of the day can play. I mean, this same thing is comparable to athletes competing in the Olympics. There's a certain type of professionalism and majesty of what they do that makes the whole event sort of an art exhibition. The type of guitar playing and soloing you will see in a death metal band, for instance, is supposed to convey a different sort of feeling and atmosphere than that which, say blues guitarists, are trying to convey. It is that of imminent demise, of chaos and apocalypse, or horror, even. These are feelings that perhaps most are not in touch with, that they try to escape from and avoid. Blues, however, is a music that is supposed to convey legitimate pain, heartbreak, the struggle, etc. These types of emotions are things that are typically encouraged, that is, that we are compelled to express and are therefore familiar with them. When you compare these different kinds of guitar playing, you are comparing two very different styles of guitar playing, and two very different kinds of emotion. I dont have a complete understanding of guitar playing, but i know what i hear and feel. My friend has been playing for 3 and a half years and im very confident he knows his stuff. He even plays both genres. And dont get me wrong, be able to shred like that is AMAZING, awesome, and very fucking cool, but it lacks feeling. Only the top notch guys can be the best it, but my friend said that anyone can do it as long as they practice fingerings. He said even i could do it if i practiced 3 hours a day and i have never touched a guitar. So while i understand that it takes a load of practice and shows how fast someone is, its not like incorporating scales and whatever the fuck you include when you play classical guitar. I can ask my friend specifically if you want, he knows what hes talking about. Also, i understand that its 2 seperate genres each trying to create a different feeling and emotion. I listen to both genres. However, with death metal, it just gets you pumped. Blues gets you INTO it. It immerses you and can almost say in words what those guys are playing about. I wish i knew more exactly about the techniques of both playing styles, but i will ask my friend and post his argument. Like i said, shredding is a skill, playing is an art. I am not denying shredding isnt awesome, but anyone can "shred" I love how you going off what your friend tells you... I feel the same way, i just dont know the technical stuff so i am relying on him to explain why. And ill just cower and not come back to the thread, i guess you guys think practicing for hours to play something that is fairly simple and just fast has the same feeling as technical stuff at half the speed . Just cuz alot of Metal is played D-Tune and is fast doent mean it is simple and if you can play it slow but not at the speed they do, doesnt that make it....talented? Not to mention there are actually alot of metal solos with tons of technicality. tell your friend to make a video or him doing tons of sweeps
  12. Calling out guitar players

    To be fair I think it's people like you, well, at least like your friend, that also don't have a complete understanding of guitar playing (I play guitar myself, although playing isn't a prerequisite to judging music). Playing with that much skill is in and of itself artistic as well. It is something that guitarists who practiced 8-14 hours of the day can play. I mean, this same thing is comparable to athletes competing in the Olympics. There's a certain type of professionalism and majesty of what they do that makes the whole event sort of an art exhibition. The type of guitar playing and soloing you will see in a death metal band, for instance, is supposed to convey a different sort of feeling and atmosphere than that which, say blues guitarists, are trying to convey. It is that of imminent demise, of chaos and apocalypse, or horror, even. These are feelings that perhaps most are not in touch with, that they try to escape from and avoid. Blues, however, is a music that is supposed to convey legitimate pain, heartbreak, the struggle, etc. These types of emotions are things that are typically encouraged, that is, that we are compelled to express and are therefore familiar with them. When you compare these different kinds of guitar playing, you are comparing two very different styles of guitar playing, and two very different kinds of emotion. I dont have a complete understanding of guitar playing, but i know what i hear and feel. My friend has been playing for 3 and a half years and im very confident he knows his stuff. He even plays both genres. And dont get me wrong, be able to shred like that is AMAZING, awesome, and very fucking cool, but it lacks feeling. Only the top notch guys can be the best it, but my friend said that anyone can do it as long as they practice fingerings. He said even i could do it if i practiced 3 hours a day and i have never touched a guitar. So while i understand that it takes a load of practice and shows how fast someone is, its not like incorporating scales and whatever the fuck you include when you play classical guitar. I can ask my friend specifically if you want, he knows what hes talking about. Also, i understand that its 2 seperate genres each trying to create a different feeling and emotion. I listen to both genres. However, with death metal, it just gets you pumped. Blues gets you INTO it. It immerses you and can almost say in words what those guys are playing about. I wish i knew more exactly about the techniques of both playing styles, but i will ask my friend and post his argument. Like i said, shredding is a skill, playing is an art. I am not denying shredding isnt awesome, but anyone can "shred" I love how you going off what your friend tells you...
  13. Calling out guitar players

    Sadly that's pretty much what Kerry King sounds like. Schuldiner has an amazing unique style, beats Petrucci on that though he is still a good guitarist. King is one of the most overrated guitarists of all time, probably second behind Herman Li. I do agree that Kerry King is overrated but when people say he is an amazing guitarist alot of the time they mean as a songwriter and to be honest he is a great songwriter.
  14. Among Shadows

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