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    So my band did a thing. You might not hate it!

    This actually went live a week ago, but its taken me a while to actually get around to sharing it on here.

    Enjoy (or dont, you wont hurt my feelings)

    Dances With Cables.


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    Not my cup of tea but congrats on getting your stuff out there.

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    This is awesome dude!

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    That's really good! Congratulations. Are you the one soloing on the Ibanez?

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    Fuck yeah! That Telibanez is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    That's really good! Congratulations. Are you the one soloing on the Ibanez?
    Naw, I'm the guitar player with the maple boarded FR.

    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Fuck yeah! That Telibanez is awesome.
    Yeah it's a parts build. rg350mdx neck, FR320 body, all black everything hardware swap. I'm impressed you cant see the holes in the body. I love it, but it plays super medium.
    Last edited by PirateMetalTroy; 11-24-2019 at 04:18 AM.

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    I for one likes this style. Very sorry to note I didn't know your band up front; however.. bookmarked.

    It's all very neatly done. Settings, filming, recording/mix.
    However, I miss two things:
    1. I have problems depicting her lyrics and as such, understanding the song. Granted, I was listening on a laptop through DT770 cans, with some annoying loudness activated. But people do these things, so..
    2. I miss a bit more action from the singer.

    I of course went searching for some more from you. On "Limbo" I have no issues understanding the lyrics, and she's more lively.
    Don't take these as negs; it's a real solid production.
    Me likes, and do submit my contrats to all in the band - and the wonderful singer (got a little crush)
    Know Thy Self. Know Thy Law. Do What Thou Wilt.
    But it's buggy! - It's software, dummy, it's a feature..

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    Great production on the vid. Congrats. Not my style, but some serious talent. Your singer can really wail.
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