Favorite bands :
(This is what I listened to when I was 16) escape the fate, hawthorne heights, Unearth, Panic! At The Disco, Protest The Hero, The Human Abstract, Haste The Day, Trivium, Underoath, As I Lay Dying, Chiodos, August Burns Red, From First To Last, All That Remains, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, for today, metallica, war of ages, the showdown, norma jean, silverstein, Dream Theater,
Favorite guitarists :
John Petrucci, Misha Mansoor, John Browne, Freddie Green, Guthrie Govan,
Favorite bassists :
Favorite tv :
the flat screen.... lol hah hah, but uh. the good kind?
Favorite movies :
John Wick, and others of course.
I've been playing guitar since I was 12, started with Country Gospel. But I have eventually grown from the taste and liked 'Metal' back in the 2000's. I joined a band called "UNDECYDED" for a year, did a LOT of covers as the rythym guitarist. We played music ranging from Bullet for my Valentine to Silverstein. After I had left the band, I played a lot of rythym for friends covering The Human Abstract and Avenged Sevenfold. After 2 years of hardly playing guitar I picked up the instrument again and got caught into the "Djent" genre. I persued the tone, firstly got a Noise Suppressor, Compression Sustainer, then an Equilizer. I was happy. I joined a Christian Worship band called Inheritence 1:11 (based off Ephesians 1:11 for those wondering) and played rythym. I've learned alot, learned many different progressions, chords, and voicings. I got back into playing country gospel, but as a bass player role. Now, I still currently (to date: Nov 2014) play bass every Sunday, still persue more gear to further my development for Djent and is currently working as a Sound Equipment Sales person. Oh yeah... I start playing a little bit of Jazz, mostly just chords though.