Please donТt pretend
That IТm your friend
I know you thought we could be
But the truth is you killing me
I know what your thinking you should be ashamed
Now your thoughts have got a sinking in your own distain
Never mind I never cared or ever wanted you around
now your brainless agitation has you buried underground
Let me know, Let me know
How its working out for you
When you choke and youТre broke
Cause everything you try to do
Leave struggling to cope
But l;ike you think you got a hope
Cause your down and out pretending
That you know YOUТRE A JOKE.
CanТt see what youre thinking but donТt want to anyway
All your thoughts have been forsaken in the same disjointed way
Like hell youТre here to help you only care about yourself
When all I ever cared about was you and no one else
Well, I am paSTAR. I've had (as in owned) a guitar since Christmas of 2001, but have only played guitar for around since March of 2003, I got some new friends who help me get into it. I am your typical teenager, I like to hang out with friends, play video games, and am part of a band called the Wingmen.
Guitar-wise, I typically only use GP5, because I fell in love with GP4 and the Realistic Sound Engine just sold me. I also have power tabs as a second resort. I can read tabs, just like everyone else, but it's much more useful and faster for me to learn with GP5. I can also read simple music off your regular treble cleff, and by simple I mean nothing harder than
I have a few guitars, but only play one typically, the latest one getting for my 17th birthday. But everyone only plays one guitar, right?
I typically play on my Ibanez S520EX-DK, I got it for my birthday, but I knew I wanted it long before that. I probably won't get a guitar for long while now, due to me not getting bored of my most recent one and money. In the 5 years I've played guitar I have bought 3, one being an acoustic and one that was my $85 Les Paul from an Indian pawn shop. I consider myself amazing at the guitar when in actuality, in comparison, am only good.
I love to play speed metal and video game music. I like video game music because it is catchy, repetitive, and occasionally hard to play; afterall, it was not meant to be played on an instrument. I love to listen to speed metal, alternative/punk/indie rock and also like to watch people play amazing things on the guitar so I can stand in awe.
So if guitarists were some kind of trading card game and I had my own card. The information on it would say:
Right-handed (big surprise)
Ibanez S520EX-DK w/ whammy
Behringer Amp (9.5) (2) (8.5)
Metal / Indie