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guitarmastergod  
30 Oct 2009 21:04 | Quote
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hi. i finally filed some of my playing. im not jesus at guitar but jesus was a carpenter so yea





Evan  
30 Oct 2009 21:13 | Quote
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As usual with metal players, fine technique. I just don't hear anything with substance in the actual music, though.
guitarmastergod  
30 Oct 2009 21:16 | Quote
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what about the second 1?
nater2  
30 Oct 2009 21:19 | Quote
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not bad, not my kind of music but it's good
Evan  
30 Oct 2009 21:19 | Quote
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You're great at the style you play, but the style just isn't for me. Don't take it the wrong way, because I'm not saying the playing is bad at all.
guitarmastergod  
30 Oct 2009 21:21 | Quote
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mmk
BodomBeachTerror  
30 Oct 2009 21:48 | Quote
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dude. you sure got speed
guitarmastergod  
30 Oct 2009 22:02 | Quote
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if that good or bad? cause if some1 has speed it can still be sloppy.
case211  
30 Oct 2009 22:16 | Quote
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you've got great technique man, very fluid and quick yet still clean and articulate for what I could hear. Good job
apollos  
30 Oct 2009 22:44 | Quote
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i think u did great man u had great technique and the shred actually sounded like music and had flow! dont listen to what evan said on his first post he shudnt have said that. theres some stuff u donht include when giving someone feedback
BodomBeachTerror  
30 Oct 2009 23:36 | Quote
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it was good speed, i sometimes wish i could play like that
guitarmastergod  
31 Oct 2009 19:35 | Quote
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i dont really think its that great
case211  
1 Nov 2009 01:17 | Quote
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dude, I wish I could do half of the technical stuff you can, I cannot tap with more than one finger nor make the crazy fast climbs through the strings.
guitarmastergod  
1 Nov 2009 01:52 | Quote
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do you think im good enough to do video lesson? cause it may seen wierd but i really wanna teach but i dont feel im good enough. i want to be able to give something back to other guitarists.
Empirism  
1 Nov 2009 04:44 | Quote
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Even I didnt heard any rhythm in background, you stay on rhythm and beat very well. Your technique is good, ofcourse we all can get better always, but your technique is on very good state.

I think that getting there how you play today, is matter of disclipined practising routines. It could be cool to make lessons how you practise. Im sure it helps many who want to aim for shredding techniques.

Cheers
Empirism
Mici  
1 Nov 2009 05:48 | Quote
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Man, that's what I call SPEED! I wish I could play half as fast as you can. And it was also very clean which gives it the name GOOD friggin' TECHNIQUE! Cheers and keep it up! ;)
carlsnow  
1 Nov 2009 11:46 | Quote
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nice. not my cup o tea but nice. little sloppy (as you mentioned) and some more cross picking would, i think, spice it up (i'm leary of sweeps lol)
as for teaching ... i didn't see a chord played (#2 was a dead-link here) and you'll need them all
B U T
that does not mean you cant do what you wish and "give something back" hell, ya probubly already DID !
(some noob logs on sees the Vid and is inspired)-Dig?
Ya may wanna run that whole Sweep Run-etc (vid one with a completely clean tone as well and slow it to 1/2 for folks who lol need it slowed---Just my 2 cents advice
One thing i Do think (i made this mistake in my warm up cool down lesson I've since erased) for teaching that you, like me played too fast. I pulled my lesson for that reason only "walk before Run" kept going through my head.

all in all well done .. just refine it (and grab a bussload of chords)

my 2-Cents

and remember

RAWK!
Cs



PS: if i may intrude (this stuff interests me )
how old are ya and whow long have you been playing ?

PPS:i tried again and again to get #2 to play but still 'dead-link'
guitarmastergod  
1 Nov 2009 12:39 | Quote
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@ carl i know a lot of chords but they dont play much roll in shred or metal to me. im mor of a harmonic interval person :) and thanks for your honesty opinion. there is always room for improvment :P
but the second 1 is like a chord kinda rythm and then it goes into a metalcorey thing
also what exaxtly is "cross-picking"
J05H  
1 Nov 2009 23:31 | Quote
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fukin lov it
carlsnow  
2 Nov 2009 08:09 | Quote
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guitarmastergod says:
what exactly is "cross-picking"


the word "exactly", lol, wont apply so much as it is inexact, Dig?
BUT
many folks know Alternate Picking (up, down->repeated)Cross-Pickin, to me = Alternate Picking while also (still up/down) skipping 1 to 5 strings. I was mainly saying this as i rarely saw you pick (not 'bad' hell Zappa would go 8 bars w/out picking lol) and , well, wanted to(the teacher in me i suppose).

guitarmastergod says:
and thanks for your honesty opinion

i am SO very glad you took it all as constructive criticism(s)!
(some dont) I have been accused of being "Honest to a fault" lol, but i'll take 1 honest opinion over a 100 'back-Slappers'

as for Vid #2 I'll keep trying!

RAWK!
Cs
fender_bender  
2 Nov 2009 08:45 | Quote
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Pretty good! You have speed and are well practiced. Timing seems good too. The second video had some 'old school' hardcore elements to it. The second did have a little slop to it, but I also noticed you were looking around a lot like you were distracted so I'm thinking that is why it was a bit sloppy. I'm a sloppy player too so I can't say much!
Guitarslinger124  
2 Nov 2009 10:47 | Quote
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Very well done dude. You sound like you are influenced by Nevermore.
guitarmastergod  
2 Nov 2009 15:57 | Quote
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Guitarslinger124 says:
Very well done dude. You sound like you are influenced by Nevermore.


lol not nevermore, but jeff loomis. i like all the wierd scales he uses and how he uses them like whole tone, diminished ect


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