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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Playing technical music doesn't matters?Utter bull

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I was recently asked to help out in band,and this guy,he told my friend who was an aspiring shredder that playing blistering solos,wild bends and other 'hand injuring' techniques(I swear this was what he called it.) doesn't matter.I think what he said was really stupid.How the hell are you gonna improve if you continue playing all those power chords?I mean like,yeah, playing with feel IS very important.But playing catchy and slow music doesn't means it has feel.I never understand why people say shred can't have feel in them.

I believe that the guitar should be explored to the max.Why stick to only 1 genre?This dude,the only stuff he listens to is the stuff on radio.Are you gonna be a musician or a guitar player?How long are you gonna stick to your circle of friends who will just tell you to play crowd pleasers? How is it possible if you're gonna stick to your comfort zone?I don't think it's actually possible to improve if you're gonna stick to only one genre.




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Pat_s1t wrote on Sep 29th, 2008 1:59am

Hoorah. And it is very possible to shred and have feel in it. because what some people fail to realize, is that anger is an emotion too.

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Steven E wrote on Sep 29th, 2008 3:31am

people have ways of expressing themselves... some do it through insanely fast geetar, i myself lately have been doing it through vocals

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piebot9 wrote on Dec 11th, 2008 6:28pm

i agree with pat s1t but shred does not have to be angry or rage it could be happiness or excitement. i personal think that sticking to one type of playing just being stupid

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selibucaz wrote on Jul 2nd, 2009 1:07am

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CoreysMonster wrote on Aug 10th, 2009 1:19pm

he's an idiot.

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