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If you dig passives, I'd check out the Schecter C-7 Blackjack. I used to own one and it was a sweet guitar, the fret access leaves a little to be...
Check it out, I'm on drums :cool:
When I was still in music school, the entire guitar curriculum was based off of CAGED. I had done the same thing as you as far as learning the...
Not to tell you that you're doing anything wrong, but you should look into the Joe Barden tele bridges. It's the same style (3 saddle) and having...
The premier of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring in Paris
Black Sabbath in Paris in 1970
Black Flag with Rollins and Dez Cadena
Minor Threat at any...
I second this book, all of my theory classes until we got to 20th century music in music school were based out of this book.
My first tele had a ToneZone in the bridge, that thing screams :yesway:
I feel like metal will be moving away from technicality and playing as many notes as possible over as many different time signatures as possible...
If you like doom metal and psychedelic rock, you should check out my band Clorange. We have a female vocalist and people in the local scene really...
Get the tele. Don't be fooled into thinking that you'll get tones that are too similar to your strat, the tele is very sonically unique :yesway:
Don't take break from guitar. Put the metronome away and actually play instead of slaving over how many notes you can fit into X bpm
How much 90's stuff have you heard? I'd check out stuff like Wu-Tang Clan, Dr. Dre, Biggie, etc if you're not familiar with any of it.
Keeping pushing Clorange and Montezuma Fire Machine (recording the Clorange full length and the MFM EP, tour, etc etc)
Start getting session work...
Nice :yesway: I play in a doom band as well and it's cool to hear a Swedish approach. The tones are great!
I'm slightly biased in saying this, but I think doom will prevail over djent as the next trend in metal.
From my experience, if you don't want a POS classical, then you don't want a cutaway or electronics
Someone jump on this, I have one on my main tele right now :yesway:
A singer at the very least should be able to hear both the music and the melody/harmony that he/she is trying to sing.
The big part of the bridge tone is the metal plate that the bridge pickup is mounted on. It gives it the twangy sound that we all know and love