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Discussion in 'Bar' started by indecizo, Oct 15, 2013.
I take it you're not a fan of Colonel Sanders?
No love for Decapitated?
This. 16th triplets, 180 BPM
The part at 0:20
I don't know how one can play this without taking a break through the whole song
My thoughts exactly. I've never experienced a guitarist as tight and impressive as Vogg.
Not to sound like an asshole, but even I can play better than him.
This is a footage of necrophagist playing live with a clear sound, played faster than the studio version and tight as fuck.
Sure, post a link or it didn't happen. You do sound like an asshole. My post was actually about the playing in the original songs not about the player.
You don't sound like an asshole but you do sound insecure or at least grandstanding.
probably not the most impressive by some of the standards some of you may have but to me, I always looked up to Greg Fulton
and these guys were fucking sick back in the day
Has anyone seen those Loudwire "battles" between musicians where they get one guy from one style versus another guy from a completely different style, and go.... durrrrr whozbettuR???
Yeah, this thread is just as retarded as that.
Wha do ya mean?
I dunno, to me playing styles like haarp machine and soreption for example isn't really the version of "tight" I think is awesome.
Imitating unnatural editing sure takes a lot of dedication and skill and is impressive, but why you'd want to sound like a robot while playing?
The picking and stops of notes with a timing like that sounds ridiculously repetitive after a while to me.
I think that Fuge from this forum should be mentioned as an impressive rhythm guitarist, at least for me. I can still remember my surprise when I first listened to the song "Egg" he posted here...
I'd actually put money on that video having been not a live play through but a heavily edited if not half-time recorded version.
Im voting Sylosis on this one. Necrophagist and Obscura are unbelievable players but that isnt what I think of when someone says good rhythm guitar playing, I would describe most of those "rhythms" as leads or melodies even if they arent being presented as such within the song structure.