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BodomBeachTerror  
16 Nov 2009 23:22 | Quote
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Phip  
17 Nov 2009 18:52 | Quote
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BBT, Wow, that had me sitting on the beach alone looking out over the horizon all alone with nobody to love. Very lonely melody..........I liked it alot even though I have to go drown myself now!
Goodbye cruel world............
Phipamortis
Seriously dude that was haunting! Bravo
If you finished that piece (brought in some orchestration, lengthened it etc)I'd pay money for it.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Nov 2009 23:19 | Quote
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thank you super much phip! i love tricking people into thinking theyre sad

yeah maybe one day ill turn it into an actual song. right now i just pluck the bass notes and play. at around 2:00 i kinda stole a Buckethead song. listen to "I love my parents" to compare
Empirism  
18 Nov 2009 10:36 | Quote
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Easy listening, cool one string stuff there... I liked a lot. Too bad sound quality was bit distorted. with cool record and mixdown that could be pretty legit man!. CHeers!

Empirism
carlsnow  
18 Nov 2009 13:52 | Quote
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i LOVE it BBT !

shows a nice depth of maturity in playing--a STRONG sense of emotion--a wonderful treatment (esp. for yer years!!!) of single-string "solo"-ing and that wonderful ringing drone!

I am Very, VERY damn hard to impress....
....you just impressed the, uh, Phip outta me, man! Kudos and Karma!

This personalized RAWK! is for you BBT!

R A W K !!!
Cs


(sorry to use ya as a cuss word, old bean but the guy did well!!)
Guitarslinger124  
18 Nov 2009 14:00 | Quote
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Very, nicely done dude!
JazzMaverick  
18 Nov 2009 15:10 | Quote
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haha Carl man you're hilarious.

I agree though, this is a really good solo, and you've managed to slow down and express a different emotion rather than anger. (metal = anger)
Guitarslinger124  
18 Nov 2009 15:55 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
(metal = anger)


That is a pretty brutal statement. Sure there is angry metal, however, a lot of metal is simply music that is heavier than the rest.

Not to get off topic though, like I said before, excellent job BBT.
carlsnow  
18 Nov 2009 16:16 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
(metal = anger)


please say ya dont really believe that, Ms Jazzy, please...

i aint the worlds biggest metal freak, but i have gotten great JOY from much of the 'metal' i DO like. Some of the 'reaching' stuff from Opeth (Still Life, Ghost Reveries, Blackwater Park)has really re-defined the genre it once inhabited, while crazed guys like Dysrhythmia and Behold!..The Arctopus are turning math/metalcore into wonderful new Jazz.

and hey!, on a good high-energy day nothing beats a big dose of (not "metal" ..i know) Motorhead's 'Ace of Spades' to use as a soundtrack to cleaning the 'student area' here...

RAWK!(and Metal)
Cs
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Nov 2009 16:23 | Quote
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well lately i havnt been listening to much metal since summer. and im a much more calm and happy, not so angry, person. more reasons than not listening to metal. i think my music taste is becoming more of who i am and what im really like, not a bunch of crazy riffs that make you wanna jump around and kill someone, thats not me at all =p

thanks ya'all! especially carl, made my day
JazzMaverick  
18 Nov 2009 16:29 | Quote
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I suppose that did make me sound poorly educated, I do feel joy when listening to metal, too. But, I'm talking about the usual metal music that BBT makes. I mean no offence or anything when I say that (just incase)
Phip  
18 Nov 2009 18:23 | Quote
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carlsnow says:
you just impressed the, uh, Phip outta me, man! (sorry to use ya as a cuss word, old bean but the guy did well!!)


No problem......He impressed the phip outa me too!

hmmmmm looks like SNOW! I hate SNOW! LOL
Phipster
nater2  
19 Nov 2009 11:54 | Quote
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good job. you might add some delay next time just for the heck of it (just and idea) but i did like the really clean sound.
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Nov 2009 12:16 | Quote
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yeah i was thinking about that, but i went with reverb instead
deadman2k666  
1 Dec 2009 18:37 | Quote
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** it brotha use both reberb and delay, see how it sounds!
les_paul  
1 Dec 2009 19:24 | Quote
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A good song is a journey. I definitely injoyed the ride.
BodomBeachTerror  
1 Dec 2009 22:19 | Quote
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i cant use both reverb and delay on my amp, i would have

thanks lespaul


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