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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Blindfold, Oct 16, 2006.
Do you guys still wanna hear some more fucking heavy metal?
only the tokyo warhearts kind.
Alright, cuz the next song's gonna be called...
SEE YOU AGAIN BY MILEY CYRUS
ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. GTFO with your miley cyrus belt.
It actually almost broke but I did some miracle tweaking and fixed it. Not that 4 dollars was a lot to pay for it though.
hahaha. $4. yup, that's her net worth anyway.
I'm taking AP music aswell.
Are you gonna be a junior or senior?
I've been really wanting to do a metal cover of The Thrill Is Gone (by BB King), actually.
But I would really have to do it justice.
EDIT: 666th, I should never post again, haha.
Congrats! Pics and recordings please? I'd (and quite some more people I guess) like to see that baby and hear how it sounds
i want to start to play guitar.
Could you say me wich guitar is good for the start, shouldnt be to expensive.
I thought of an Yamaha Pacifica 112, but somebody told me, this guitar cant do a good metal sound.
sry my bad english plx
How to get the sweedish Death Metal tone:
You have to see how Jeff's rhythm is interesting (2:17 to the end)
I'm really bored and in the mood to practice...
Someone throw a lesson at me plz
i think im gonna do a cover of janis demonstration thing
^Are you seriously able to play that?
its really not that hard you just gotta break it down, half the riffs are in shitty e minor pentatonic and i do the same types of string skipping and legato everyday
only tough part to me is the shit at 1:37
The guitar in itself does not matter that much, but the amp does. Of course you're not going to sound really good at first, but buying a good amp will be much more important for now. Although you should consider buying a good guitar too, you can always buy a cheap squier and replace the pickups later when you get better. Go for a good amp, it should sound pretty good with pretty much any guitar.
Also, a good trick to pay less for a good guitar is to buy it used. Make sure to bring an experienced guitarist with you though, to make sure the guitar has no problem or anything.
fuck buying used theres always fucked up problems
^Not always, over the years I have bought 8 used instruments and I never encountered any problem with them.