Show Me Your YouTube Channel! Let's Scratch Each Others Backs

Discussion in 'Beginners/FAQ' started by Gmork, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. Metropolis

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    @Oilid should do a video from "my mom reacts to Infant Annihilator lyrics" or something along those lines :D The real subject of this video is complete opposite... damn. Oh! Mom reacts to Jinjer!
     
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    In this Part 2 segment, I showcased how the Drop can handle picking, strumming, chugging, and soloing with harmonics from original tune all the way down to one octave.



    Enjoy!
     
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    hey i do covers and some original stuff over on my channel, check it out :)

    latest vid

     
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    Here's my channel. Its mostly tracks off of the album I released on June 21st.

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaaRf1SLn1i7_0aAYjJOhjfnrYy4PCCEs

    The main channel has stuff that is auto-linked by YouTube but isn't mine. I've been trying to get YouTube to fix that but its taking a long time to get resolved.

    Since this is the 7-String forum, this is the 7-String song that is featured on the album:
     
  5. Spearhead

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    I rarely post here, but since i just saw this thread, here is a video i uploaded today. :)
     
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    I'd like to share with you all my song "Cool 1", the last one from my instrumental solo album "Musa".
    Would love to hear your feedback.
     
  7. Gmork

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    2ND BEST GUITAR VIDEO EVAARRR! PERIOD! (joking!)
    For anyone interested i just released a Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet demo.
     
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    Aiming to do more covers and gear related videos, but been too busy with my band. Anyway, I'd be very happy if you check this out :D
     
  9. EmaDaCuz

    EmaDaCuz Brutal yet soulful

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    I have started to collect many videos of me and my band that have been scattered on different channels in the past years. It is taking forever, and for now there is only one video on my channel.
    I am planning to include some more playthrough videos as soon as possible.
     
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    Playing some metal on a jazz guitar, will it chug?

     
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    prlgmnr ...that kind of idea

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    Emil Werstler says yes.
     
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    He is playing a PRS-style semi hollow, not often used for jazz, closer to a regular solid guitar, the one I use is modelled after the 335, a very common jazz guitar.
     
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    Try a Gretsch Brian Setzer (or any big hollow Gretsch really). I played it through a Fender Hot Rod amp and it really nailed the sound of Nightside-era Emperor.
     
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    Yeah dude, never played one of those, but they, as I remember, are huge as fxxx. Cool man!

    Some people are probably surprised at what is actually possible to play with those semi hollow bodies.
     
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    Fake guitarist spotted! :)

     
  16. HungryGuitarStudent

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    After a long while not playing due to hand injury, I decided last minute to kickstart my rehab by doing a solo for Kiesel's 2019 solo contest.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a pro :)

    Weird thing: I can't find my entry when I search with the official hashtag (#kieselsolocontest2019) although I included it in my title, description and tag.

    Any fixes for that ?

     
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    Hello, guys!
    I’m excited to present the fourth volume of Riff Bros!
    Don’t look for much sense in it for it is a friendly collaboration of people who share a common passion for music

     
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    YouTube is tough to crack, that's for certain! I have a decent following (close to 8k subs), but I've also been on YouTubes since 2010 or 11.

    A few things that may work for you is this:

    • Have a website and write blogs posts based on some of your videos, and embed those videos in your post
    • Collect email addresses on your site (you can offer a free give-away and add that link to your YouTube description; for example, I give away a free PDF eBook metal guitar practice guide) - This way you can email your subs when you release a video as well
    • I know Facebook and YouTube aren't friends, but post your YouTube video on FB!
    • Make smaller versions of your YouTube video and post those videos on your FB and Instagram, and tell them to go to a link to watch the full video (On IG you could just have your profile link go to your YouTube channel)
    Try these or at least some of these! Hope this helps!

    Oh...and here's one of my top videos...



    And here's a lyric video from my latest album...



    Keep it Metal!
     
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