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Discussion in 'Live Performance & Stage Sound' started by Psychoface, Nov 16, 2007.
Did someone say Shred Durst?
Why, oh why is this talentless pee pee touch a millionaire?! It's shit like this that keeps me an atheist.
On topic: That dreadful collaboration between Moby and the galactically irritating Gwen Stephani, Moby wields a guitar solo that is dreadful at a level that has not been heard before. Stick to the programming there, buddy.
Who the fuck is that? He's fucking awesome!
I can't believe i just listened to that. awfull. all the way through, it's just all out of key and slightly off...
haha, its still better than most of Kerry King's solos.
Man he can play. Like, amazing.
holy shit, that guys badass. hes gotta be on here
...FESS UP WE KNOW WHO YOU ARE!!!
Oh, I thought this was going to be a Job For A Cowboy thread..
Don't tell that to the adminishredder!!!!
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No! I meant Fred. He is just so good. Maybe some day I'll be able to play like him. Or my sights in this case is too high. Anyways, Kerry King is great guitar player , but, in, my, fuckin, opinion, Jeff-da-man Hanneman is better!
Combine the 2:
The solo in No Sleep 'till Brooklyn.
holy shit in a hat Batman!
VERY RARE video of Kerry King recording the solo from "Angel of Death":
I actually like Kerry and Hannemann's playing stlyes. I enjoy their "atonal bullshit."
I like them for rhythm. HATE them for solos. I always use the term "Kerry King solo" when I'm referring to a random jumble of fast noise that supposed to pass as a solo. *guitarist plays solo* "What'd you think?" "Well... we don't really want a Kerry King solo on this song... or on ANY song now that I think about it."
Although I like a lot of Slayer songs, I can't stand 95% of Kerry King's solos and 80% of Hanneman's solos (he has a better track record, but he's still pretty horrible).
I actually thinking Slayer's "noise solos" are really cool, and fits with their music perfectly.
When my and my mates talk about Trem arm abuse its called "Kerry Kinging" followed with the action of holding your right arm out as if lifting an air guitar by the trem arm, waving it up and down with a really surprised expression as if to say "WTF am I doing? I don't know what I'm playing!!!"