Favorite bands :
It's quite complicated. I enjoy quite a bit of Rock (Fu Manchu, Creed, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice In Chains), while part of me enjoys a huge amount of Metal or "Post/Hard/Death Metal" from Children of Bodom, Slipknot, a tiny bit of In Flames, Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, etc.
Favorite guitarists :
Tom Morello (Audioslave), Synyster Gates (Avenged Sevenfold), Alexi Laiho (Children of Bodom), Dan Donegan (Disturbed), Scott Hill (Fu Manchu), Billy Joe Armstrong (Green Day), Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Shaun Morgan (Seether), Mick Thomson (Slipknot), Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots), Adam Gontier (Three Days Grace), & Maynard James Keenan (Tool),
I may be considered...a bit "shy", however once I really see you as who you are..I open up and then show you my real side. I'm pretty wild and crazy. My dream is to own a Gibson model guitar some day, and it may be a Les Paul or an SG, or even a Flying V, but that's okay with me because all I want to do is to keep on playing guitar, learning from the best, and see where that takes me. I'm not THAT good, but im pretty experienced..and I have been playing for about 3-5 years now. I am self-taught, and I am considering lessons, but if I do take them, I would want to start where I need help in, like sweeps, "some" pinch harmonics that are difficult, or even just in the category of "speed". If you have any tips or suggestions, please; let me know.
Here's my musical career story (lol):
Technically speaking, I started out in 2003. I had been playing a very old Alvarez acoustic which inspired me and made me think deeper about what I was doing. Pondering these thoughts, I continued to play while finding myself improving at that very same moment. It was then when in 2005 I received my very own first electric guitar, with an amplifier. After about 2 years worth of experience, i joined a band named "Soul Driver", however the band changed its name numerous times because of the selfishness. While finally settling for a name, we had numerous covers down with my other guitarist, yet we had no bassist. Reflecting on those moments, I continued just a bit more to see how things may have turned out with practicing, hoping that I would soon record some material with the band. With no drummer and bassist, it surely was a difficult time to make music, or to play. It was then in 2008 when I left the band, Killing In The Name of Love, and went solo. As of today, I am still looking for a band who will rock to my standards, and be chill with everyone around us. If you are interested in playing with me, let me know; we can work something out. I'm most certainly looking for bassists along with drummers, right away. But don't get me wrong; I need an experienced guitar player; so talk to me, share your knowledge and possibly behold the power that lies within.