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WaveNET MP3 is good. It's a very simple to use program and is free. You can get it here.
1) Of Sins and Shadows.
2) Sea of Lies and In The Dragons Den.
I'd be happy with anything though. :)
I think they're good from the songs I've heard. I consider them mainly power but definitely some progressive in there too.
Looking as happy as ever.
Durham, North east England. It's a cathedral city, plenty of history. I'm the only person who I KNOW likes Symphony X in the area, there's some...
If you like females growling, Arch Enemy.
I'm getting an invalid link message.
In England we start primary school at the age of 4, then at around the age of 11 we start secondary school, both are compulsory, secondary school...
Wow, I want it! :D It looks great.
Wow you're really good. :D
I'm from England, but I've requested some Symphony X anyway. :)
Soundclick refused my connection so I can only make suggestions from what I know.
1) What do you guys suggest I do improve my picking...
I'm a 17 year old student from England. I study Psychology, Biology and History and I'm hoping to go to University to study something psychology...
I'm the only person in my area whom I know of that likes Symphony X. I've given most of my friends a listen to their stuff and they're put off by...
You guys are great, I've registered on your site. ;)
I appreciate the suggestion, thanks. :)
Anyone know good sites with free backing tracks?
I only know of www.guitarbt.net
This thread is hilarious, I've been sat in the college library laughing to myself quite a lot. Probably seem like a weirdo to people around me. :p
"Romeo and Pinella wrote the introduction to Masquerade."
I wonder why I feel I recognise it. :erk:
"One of the main riffs to "Damnation...
I absolutely shit myself there, I'm having fun scaring my friends now though. :)