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    The Heavy Metal Ninjas! (warning, 7/8 string Axe F II content

    So theres this band from my country called The Heavy Metal Ninjas, and the lead guitarist Richie just posted a demo of his Axe Fx II tones and stuff. Super shreddy, kinda djenty. However they were doing this style before A LOT of other people, which I think is a point of interest.
    [VIDEO]]Richie Allan - Redshift - Axe FX 2 Demo - YouTube[/VIDEO]

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    I really liked that trem bendy chord thing in the a-section

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    That wasn't completely horrible! I'll have to check out some of their stuff.


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    Very shreddy, very cool. He has great chops. If I'm nitpicking, I found his playing a bit pattern-based. Everything seemed to be based on a four bar section. I'll have to check out some more of his playing, but I hope to hear him being a little more fluid. But, man, can he play.

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    Loved the lead tone.

    He's a much better player than I, but I don't know that I could listen to a full album of that.
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    Holy shit

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    That guy sure can tear it up.
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    Damn. I like how it's not all wall-to-wall shred. He has a lot of good melodic ideas in there.

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