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If you're interested in these sounds, go to the Kemper rig exchange...
Hey, I did a couple of Kemper tones that I wanted to share. You can get them at the Kemper Rig Exchange, just look for Hybrid A and Hybrid B....
Check out songs like At the Graves and Sleepless Nights. Diamond is killer.
Supporting a rock star lifestyle requires constantly touring, it would appear. Look at all the other giants doing the same thing.
From an AFP story:
Judas Priest’s Glenn Tipton, whose aggressive but classically influenced guitar helped shape the direction of heavy metal,...
Also, let's not forget albums chock full of songs like:
No Arch Enemy in those lists? Sheesh.
Songs off two (three) brutal albums.
The Triumph of Steel is a killer album, imo. Power of my Sword, Demon’s Whip,Spirit Horse, Burning... heck, I even like The Achilles suite.
Gah, thanks for letting me know. This room of mine has terrible acoustics.
And thank you for the compliment, worked hard on this track!
Maiden has some dubious songs/albums to their credit, but even the less great stuff is much better than a lot of stuff you'll hear. Their sound,...
It struck me that the original track might not have had enough volume for some sound systems.
Here you go:
A track I did, Wasn't looking for modern production values, but the profiles are really nice. Get them on the Kemper rig exchange, search...
Another vote for the 5150III. I think the Mesa Boogie Mark V:25 is great, but in a really loud situation, you may find yourself underpowered. The...
Filler has been around for a long time. But what I meant is that you no longer have albums like Reign in Blood or Spiritual Healing. There's a...
I got to interject in that Maiden debate. You even pasted a picture of one of their best albums, i.e. No Prayer for the Dying.
Talk about an...
What I really like about some of the classic bands is that they had their own sound, their own direction. Those were the bands that created...
Oh jeez, I didn't even know Warrel died. Not the kind of news I hoped to start my day with. RIP. :(
Thrash also tends to have a vocal style where the words are shouted/sung in a way where they're not "shredding" their vocal chords. By that I mean...
Nuns can't have fun,
They just have their fathers and sons,
But I give them hell,
I never fail.
Hail the King!