Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
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Beowulf Von Thrashmeister Regular, from Cimmeria

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    1. Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Hey man, I`m good thanks, still busy with my animated film project, its taken me 1 and half months to get nearly 1 minute of usable footage. Now I have ten more minutes of film to do !!!. :D

      Also I have playing playing my Les Paul studio alot, and now realising it needs new pick ups as the Gibson pick ups are just not metal enough, ha ha ha !!!. :D
    2. Bloody_Inferno

      All is well here. You?
    3. Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Good thanks, been busy with a film project, and collecting more Ibanez !!!. :)

      Found a 2003 S470DXQM in a local music store, might think about getting it, how would it compare with my S770 and 570 models ?

      Good luck with your music projects it will be cool to hear them one day !!!. :)
    4. Bloody_Inferno
      Hey man. I'm good. Keeping myself busy. Yourself? How's things on your end?
    5. Bloody_Inferno
      Hey mate. I'm good.

      Nice one on the Xiphos man! NGD thread and pics nao! :metal:
    6. MontaraMike
      Yo! Been really busy lately with work lately. how are things?
    7. Bloody_Inferno
      In your case, keep your playing style in mind. Depending on your pick attack and thickness of pick you use, that should determine your guage. All the brands i mentioned are good. DAddario coated are also good but I dpnt have enough experience with those...

      Also your RG, is it the HR Giger model? Fixed bridge or trem?
    8. Bloody_Inferno
      Hey mate.

      Band's doing well. We're touring with Testament, Overkill and Flotsam and Jetsam in US next year before we do a string of festival shows in Europe. A lot of work and stress preparing but its all good!

      Yes we use drop C tuning. Our gauges on the other hand aren't too thick though. Just 10-52 guage is enough for us, though im tempted to go heavier like 13-56 or 60 because i pick very hard.

      My singer swears by Dean Markley Blue Steels and doesin't use anything else. I find them a little dark for my preference, but he likes a bright cutting tone. Lately for me its been a tie between EB Cobalts and Elixir nanowebs. I like both for different reasons. The Elixirs are smooth but the Cobalts just sing like no other.
    9. Bloody_Inferno
      Hey mate.

      Thanks for the interest in my band. Glad you like the music. :wub:

      You can buy our albums through our official website.
      It's also available via iTunes, Amazon, and Plastichead. :)
    10. Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Beowulf Von Thrashmeister
      Into Obsidian,

      I havent been on that website yet, I`ll definatly check it out sometime, sorry for the delay in my reply, its been total chaos here !!!. :)

      Got me an RGA-8 the other week, and it needs a professional set up, as its buzzing all over the place and the local music shop doesnt seem to think that new instruments need setting up ?

      Talk soon !!!.
    11. Into Obsidian
      Into Obsidian
      Whats up dude. Do you ever go on the website Encyclopedia Metallum? Thats where I find these awesome bands!
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    Primary Seven:
    Ibanez RG1527
    Main Rig:
    Line 6 Spider 3
    Real Name:
    Myspace URL:!/524251679
    Primary ERG:
    RGA-8 (AT LAST) :)
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Peavey Predator plus TR7 (Black with Dimarzio Blaze pick ups)
    Other Guitars:
    Dean Razorback `Slime Bumblebee`

    B.C Rich Mockingbird

    Jackson DKMG Dinky

    Charvel Model 6 (1986)

    Ibanez Destroyer bass (1983)

    Fender Jazz (Mexican)

    Jackson DKMG (With EMG 81/85)

    Jackson Randy Rhoads RX10

    Ibanez IC-700 Iceman

    Ibanez RGT42DXFM
    Line 6 Spider 3 150 watt half stack, and a Marshall MB450 4x10 combo for bass guitar !!!.
    Effects & Pedals:
    Morley Classic Wah, Boss Gigadelay, Digitech `Whammy`, Boss DS-1, Boss GE7, Boss OC-3 Octave, Boss Cs-3 Compressor Sustainer.
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Boss BR600 Digital Recorder
    Misc/Other Gear:
    Dunlop Jazz 3 picks and Newcastle Brown Ale, and Ginsters !!!. :)
    I`m in my 30`s and I`ve been playing since I was a teenager, and music to me is like breathing !!!.

    Music, , Photography, Cinema and Film,Reading Art, History, Writing, Painting.


    For in each delve and greenwood,
    far wiser creatures play,
    and in their veins and sinews,
    live the gods of yesterday.