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Guitarslinger124  
18 Jan 2008 16:13 | Quote
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Check out my R-Shred Project and let me know what you think. I'm always looking for new and different insights and opinions. showcaseyourmusic.com/rshred
Notim  
18 Jan 2008 17:11 | Quote
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what is it under guitarslinger124? I looked no match
Notim  
18 Jan 2008 17:26 | Quote
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Never mind found it
Notim  
18 Jan 2008 17:38 | Quote
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Not bad,pretty good guitar work,doubles are also good,just to me all the affects and background sounds are takin away the showcase of your guitar work
GuitarBoy666  
18 Jan 2008 19:08 | Quote
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Dayyumm... That's some good sh*t
Guitarslinger124  
19 Jan 2008 02:02 | Quote
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the main focus of R-Shred isnt the guitar, its more about the music as a whole...
Guitarslinger124  
19 Jan 2008 02:03 | Quote
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yall can also check out my main site at: showcaseyourmusic.com/lanny124 (this one is more metal oriented.

and notim: i dont use much effects...just a lot of distortion and some delay...
Notim  
19 Jan 2008 12:12 | Quote
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I dont mean anything bad about it dude I liked it its just diffrent from what i play and thats cool,are you d tuned in it?
Guitarslinger124  
19 Jan 2008 17:54 | Quote
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yea i know you didnt mean anything bad sorry if i gave that impression. most of my songs i play in Drop D tuning. drop D really opens up a whole new chapter in playing guitar: chords are simplified, its easier to play around the fret board when im soloing and it makes it easier to play certain chords and such that arent all that accessable in standard tuning.
GuitarBoy666  
19 Jan 2008 18:11 | Quote
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I don't get why some people think drop d is bad,. its not bad it sounds rly cool and it is easier.
bodom  
19 Jan 2008 22:06 | Quote
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Drop D bad?? People who think its bad are just weird. I play two steps down. Now thats low.
GuitarBoy666  
19 Jan 2008 22:59 | Quote
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Same here on my Ibanez I am always.. wait.. 2 whole steps ? holy sh*t bii.
i play drop c but not drop.. uhh. B ? or Bb ? i dono lol im too tired right now
Guitarslinger124  
20 Jan 2008 00:52 | Quote
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i played drop C for awhile and tried out drop Bb, but when you're tuned that low, you lose a lot of definition in your tone.
bodom  
20 Jan 2008 10:06 | Quote
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Not if you get thicker strings.
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jan 2008 11:32 | Quote
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Oh yeah I have a question about thicker strings Bodom, thanks for bringing that up:

If you have thicker strings, if you are tapping like especially on the first string, will it sound better ? Will it be easier ? Will you hear it better ? I hear they're hard on your fingers...
Guitarslinger124  
20 Jan 2008 12:15 | Quote
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hhmm...i actually never thought about that...i've been using Ernie Ball 10's (regular slinky) forever! hehe...
bodom  
20 Jan 2008 12:57 | Quote
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Well when you tune down 2 whole steps the regular strings get real loose and floppy. So by using thicker strings it really tightens them up. So yeah it sounds better, and it makes it easier to play. Its kinda like the same tension you get when you use regular strings in reg tuning. As for them being hard on the fingers I dont think, Maybe for a beginner. I use .011/.049
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jan 2008 13:56 | Quote
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mm, ill have to try it then, now what about my tapping question ? are you gonna answer it or just shun me ? lmao jk.. but seriously is a heavier gauge better for tapping on the thinner strings /?
bodom  
20 Jan 2008 15:51 | Quote
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Sorry man, kinda forgot about that part. Yeah its going to be easier. The strings are tighter so you get more sound out of them.
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jan 2008 16:13 | Quote
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nice, im gonna try them, next time im in music stop.. er.. long & mcquade i believe it is now, I'dd have to ask for a heavy strung guitar and test er out.
bodom  
20 Jan 2008 16:55 | Quote
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Oh yeah Guitarslinger124 Im really likeing the showcaseyourmusic.com/lanny124. Sounds good man.
Guitarslinger124  
20 Jan 2008 19:39 | Quote
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thanks man...im glad you like it...i just wish i had a vocalist!
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jan 2008 21:34 | Quote
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Same here yer awesome
Why don ya record yerself then like edit it ?
You could always train yourself to scream ?
Guitarslinger124  
20 Jan 2008 22:29 | Quote
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i smoke a lot and my throat just cant take the screaming vocals. i can sing kinda grunge like, but it doesnt fit my music. also, i dont like to do too many things that i wouldnt be able to play or do live.
GuitarBoy666  
21 Jan 2008 13:49 | Quote
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ooh, smoking sucks.
id say "convert your style to grunge" but that would just be stupid
play what you like, as long as its good, not just what you CAN play but doesn't fit your style
i can not sing and play guitar at all, i dono how i should change that ?
Guitarslinger124  
21 Jan 2008 14:28 | Quote
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practice...get an acoustic guitar and start with basic chord progressions and harmonize your vocal with the chords you're playing.
GuitarBoy666  
21 Jan 2008 16:33 | Quote
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I have an acoustic :)
Sounds easy enough to do, thanks, will be trying that...


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