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The gshredder Interview

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luthier  
13 Mar 2011 07:23 | Quote
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Alright everybody, y'all know how it goes!
Phip  
13 Mar 2011 07:36 | Quote
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Gshred,
Are you currently in a formal band?
Also, I see you are from Galt, CA. That's not too far from Lodi. Are you a fan of CCR?
What's the music scene like in Galt?
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JustJeff  
13 Mar 2011 10:02 | Quote
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(i asked alexb another question, sorry!!!)

Gshred: are you mad that I haven't gotten back to you about the collab yet?

and on a serious note... What guitar has been your favorite to play?
Empirism  
13 Mar 2011 13:36 | Quote
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On what background you desire to throw your most wicked shred shot?

1. Choir
2. Choir (massive)
3. classical
4. Metal riff
5. Rock riff
6. other

Emp
gshredder2112  
13 Mar 2011 14:13 | Quote
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@phip #1 no phip i am not in a formal band as of right now,i was in two bands before,one final sin a death thrash and doom metal band,and second martyroath,a blackened techno death band.
#2,yes,galt is not too far from lodi,and i like ccr,i often times think about writin a song i called "stuck in galt again",but it just doesnt seem to have a ring to it,
#3 the music seen in galt is great,that is if you enjoy playing to cows and rednecks .....


@jeff naw dude im not mad, i understand the a responsibiltys people need to take care before fun time starts.
and i would have to say my favorite guitar i have ever played would be probalby my ibanez ziphos,when i first got it,the neck was so fast the action was flawless,but i went ape on the whammy reeaal bad and nows i need to get a new bridge,i can still play it but i just fdoesnt feel the same,also they are incredibly versitile,i can go from pig-porkin country,ta hipster jazz,to blazing neoclassical with just slight tonal adjustments.



@emp contrary to my death and black metal history i would much prefer to shred over a massive choir or classical backround,than a metal one right now,not to say that i cant or dislike metal i just have other musical goals as of rigjt now,and for the other i would probably have to say reggae or jazz fusion,ino im a melting pot of diversity.but i have always heard thats a good thing(:
Empirism  
13 Mar 2011 15:02 | Quote
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Many guitarists talk about "Soul" in playing, how thats apply in "Death" or "Doom" type of music?... weird question I know :D

Emp
gshredder2112  
13 Mar 2011 15:35 | Quote
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@emp ok ill try to answer this the best i can,ok i believe that"soul" in music is a reflection of the personality of whoever is playing it,when people play souluful do you know what they are doing?they are trying to convey the emotions that they are are feeling toward the listeners.i does not matter which emotions they are,for example listen to a song by jimmy buffet,margaritavillee or cheeseburger in paradise,listen to those songs might make you happy because he is a happy person and he is conveying happy emotions through his music toward you,next listen to black sabbath, the song black sabbath,you will probaly feel depressed,because they are playing with soul,and there soul happens to be doom and gloom,and then listen to raining blood by slayer,during that song they play with there souls,and there soul just happens to be aggressive.i hope that made sense.
gs2112
BodomBeachTerror  
13 Mar 2011 17:32 | Quote
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Do you prefer more modern metal or oldschool?
Admiral  
13 Mar 2011 17:38 | Quote
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If you could listen to only one more song in your life, which one would it be?

What are your plans for the future/what are you doing at the moment? (besides playing guitar of course ^^)
Phip  
13 Mar 2011 18:45 | Quote
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Admiral says:
If you could listen to only one more song in your life, which one would it be?


LOL Sounds like you just took out a contract on GS!

Admiral says:
What are your plans for the future


He doesn't need any future plans, apparently he's about to get whacked! roflmao

GS,
How do you plan to avoid the hit men parked outside your house?

Phip the snitch
Phip  
13 Mar 2011 18:49 | Quote
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Shred,
if you could do a five city tour which cities would you pick and why?
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gshredder2112  
13 Mar 2011 18:50 | Quote
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@bbbt that is a whopper of a question but ill have say i prefer to listen oldschool 80's metal such as dokken,judas priest,dio,ozzy osbourne(with jake e lee and randy rhoads)just bcuz they all seem to have virtuostic geetar solos which i enjoy very much,but i also enjoy slayer,pantera,rammstein,prong because of the power and energy of there groves and there solos arent bad ,but compared to the 80's metal they cant compare.

@admiral if i could only listen to one song for the rest of my life it would have to be what i got by sublime,that song evokes every possible emotion in me when i hear it and thats a rare find.
i am actually at work with my father im a wood splitter,which means im pretty good with an axe+(no pun intended)and i dig ditches.
my plans for the future are too maybe attende a luthier school or mit to further my musical knowledge and become a studio musician or guitar teacher.
macandkanga  
13 Mar 2011 19:12 | Quote
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Yo Gshred, I know your a big RUSH fan. What's your favorite album?
gshredder2112  
13 Mar 2011 19:17 | Quote
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@phip to avoid the hit men i have 2options,1 beat them to death with my pointy guitar,2 use you as a human shield o.0
gshredder2112  
13 Mar 2011 20:07 | Quote
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@phip the five cities are
cleavland,ohio(reason rock n roll hall of fame)
kingston,jamaica[reason,get to smoke some.fine.mj}
Tokyo,japan(reason I hear the fans there are the greatest in the world)
Long beach,ca(to play some ska.punkk reggae shows and.not get booed offstage
The lost city of atlantis(reason mermaid groupies..nuff said......

@mac rush has alot of good stuff.but I gotta go.with.moving pictures,you got tom saawyer,red barchetta and yyz all on the same album,what more.could you want?
JustJeff  
13 Mar 2011 22:59 | Quote
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Besides playing guitar, what do you like to do in your spare time?
gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 01:40 | Quote
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@justjeff i enjoy reading,i read for atleast 6hours a day,other than that i usually either lift weights,or i am chopping wood,and.i like.to browse this forum.
AlexB  
14 Mar 2011 03:16 | Quote
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Do you like edm?
gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 03:26 | Quote
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@alexb yep,i cant dance but the energy makes me wanna,and so fun to play,very easy to apply shredding techniques too,once you come up with some good ostinato grooves that is.
Admiral  
14 Mar 2011 08:25 | Quote
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Phip says:
How do you plan to avoid the hit men parked outside your house?


Haha..well..I made him an offer he couldn't refuse..
I hope the blood stains in your bed from the chopped off horsehead didn't cause too many problems this morning. hahaha
I need to get the album before I can finally make the move!! ^^ A last wish should be granted! haha

awesome phip.

What are your body measurements? I just want to make sure I order the right coffin! lol!
gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 12:08 | Quote
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i 5.7' five feet seven inches tall.
nullnaught  
14 Mar 2011 14:56 | Quote
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gshredder2112 and nullnaught live 74 miles apart.
gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 15:17 | Quote
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wow thats like only an hour drive
luthier  
14 Mar 2011 15:39 | Quote
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gshredder, when driving, do you tend to keep a steady speed of 74 mph all the time?
tinyskateboard  
14 Mar 2011 16:29 | Quote
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Do you play more lead or rhythm guitar? Do you think of yourself as one or the other?

and

Why do you hate capital letters?


and

Beatles or Rolling Stones?
JustJeff  
14 Mar 2011 16:51 | Quote
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gshredder and justjeff are 2,800 miles apart. That's just an hour drive!
gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 17:18 | Quote
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c@luthier i dont drive,i aint got my license,im gonna get it soon,but the speedd limit on cali highways is 65mph so i dnt think so.
@tinyskateboard i consider my sela lead player first,but for some genres i consider my self a rhythm player.i hate capital letters because they someetimes too obnoxious.

and id have too say beatles,the ro lling stones are gud,but the beatles are just a tour de force of beautiful melodies and superb sonwriting.
@jeff allow me too hop in my leer jet and.meet you for lunch
ftw were my tracks breh!
Phip  
14 Mar 2011 18:35 | Quote
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GShred
Do you play any other instruments?
Have you written any original songs?
If so, have they been recorded?
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gshredder2112  
14 Mar 2011 20:39 | Quote
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@phip i do play bass quite well,fingerstyle,self taught
i play keyboard,classical,electronic,fusion pretty good,self taught
i do haave a few originals recorde,did i shud say,they were classical orchestra pieces i wrote and i played all the instruments myself,and recorded em,then threw some shreddn guitar tracks over em,but sadly all my pieces were lost when my comp crashed ).
Phip  
15 Mar 2011 05:00 | Quote
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GShred,
What would you say is the most difficult aspect of playing guitar for you?
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gshredder2112  
15 Mar 2011 11:43 | Quote
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@phip i would have too say the most difficult part of playing guitar for me is learning songs,i just dont have the patience,i am technically skilled enuff to learn most songs,but memorizing them is a different story.
nullnaught  
15 Mar 2011 12:05 | Quote
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What do you like to read?
gshredder2112  
15 Mar 2011 12:32 | Quote
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@nullnaught oh um japanese manga,theory books,guitar world,philosophy,the dictionary is always a good read you learn something new every time you read it.
luthier  
15 Mar 2011 14:19 | Quote
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What kind of a school do you go to?

McDonalds?
gshredder2112  
15 Mar 2011 14:57 | Quote
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@luthier i go too a charter school,it is the nost epic skool evar,they give me an artistic budget of $500 a month to get lessons for guitar or painting,but i have yt to cash in on it yet.

mcdonalds was good 6yrs ago,but it has gone downhill sinc then
luthier  
15 Mar 2011 15:31 | Quote
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O my gosh man. I wish I got a $500 artistic budget.
Empirism  
15 Mar 2011 15:44 | Quote
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Britney Spears or Salma Hayek?

Paris Hilton or Tina Turner?

Stratocaster or Telecaster?


Believe me, this will reveal your true person...

Emp
gshredder2112  
15 Mar 2011 15:54 | Quote
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@luthier ino im going to get flamed and incinerated for this but i havent cashed in on that money yt.
@emp
1 salma
2 tina
3 tele
Phip  
15 Mar 2011 16:29 | Quote
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How often do you change your strings and what is your favorite brand? Preferred pick thickness? Do you hang up your guitar, put it in it's case every night or use a stand?
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gshredder2112  
15 Mar 2011 16:42 | Quote
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@phip and everyone else.
im turnin this interview over to bodombeachterror,so he is going to answer all the new questions asked.
gs2112
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