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While Chris was chopping his fingers off, Steve Smyth was playing with Megadeth.

Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by metalgtr84, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. metalgtr84

    metalgtr84 Alabama Man

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    Thunder stolen.



    Of course, if anyone can keep up with Chris, it's gotta be Steve. I actually talked with Steve a few weeks ago, he's a really cool guy. Except at one point he was like, "Chris Broderick? Yeah I know that guy. Screw him. I'm going to take his job in Megadeth...watch this."

    But I could be mistaken, I was hammered.

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    mordor74 New Metal Member

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    That guy? With a les paul? Why not a jumbo acustic then?
     
  3. Kohlrabihaus

    Kohlrabihaus Minister of Silly Walks

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    Actually Steve is a tasty player and a great songwriter. He was in Nevermore, so... Chris did fill in for him, I think, twice at least... (man that was the greatest Nevermore guitar duo ever: Jeff Loomis and Chris)
    Talking about Steve, maybe he is still pissed about his departure (which about both sides remained silent), and after Chris joined Megadeth, Warrel Dane said something like "We are very supportive, but Chris is still the number one in our book!" But just wildly speculating...

    So if you were hammered, basically just misunderstood Steve, well... but if not, it's not cool of him... not at all!
     
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    It was definitely cool of steve to fill in, we all need to put the nevermore drama in the past. I am (or was rather) friends with both sides of the fence till the whole ugly incident.

    Everyone has moved on and its very nice of Steve to fill in.

    FYI, Steve borrowed a guitar for this. He didn't plan on playing at this years NAMM, hence the Les Paul.
     
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    What ugly incident are you referring to?
     
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    Jerich Progressive doom

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    i do not believe steve said this at all...he's one of the coolest guys around and he really lets his playing talk for him...but to be honest i do not think he would put up with Dave!!!
     

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