Separate names with a comma.
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Feel free to sign up today.
Here is a re-up, if this was down for a specific reason, let me know.
anyone got a fresh link? if I get some free time I want to mess around with this next week.
They had the black one at namm already.
...I'm just going to leave this here for a sec. Feel free to lol. :)
any chance of you throwing up a bandcamp page for this EP? Definitely digging this track, so I'd definitely buy this.
Usually all but one person ends up failing the blind tests, lol.
I would look elsewhere.
what size strings were you using when you were tuned to E? Given the scale length and tuning, you should be able to approximate the string...
damn, thats it. pre-order being fired off asap.
Not adding anything new to the table? I'm not even sure what thats supposed to mean... I mean, if you don't like the music at all, thats one...
This is where the fanned fret idea comes into play... so you can have the benefits of the extended range for the strings that need it and have...
meh, I guess if you're only looking for djent bands that use 8 strings, then thats all you'll see.
Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig...
...another high-string is always an option too. :wave:
"I noticed that the intonation is WAY OFF"
anytime I hear people complain about necks being too fat to play or scale lengths being too long, I just lol a bit and then remember all these...
Thanks for the post, lots of cool tips on there.
Too long. :grin:
Call them djents, it'll catch on fast. :lol:
Only joking man, relax.
Come up with a short n sweet name for this and people would be more inclined to use it in place of stems.
Sorting through bookmarks and came across this, might be of interest....
I thought I made up my mind and then I looked at what others posted, now I'm second guessing because I'm a bit of a noob. Only thing I have...