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    For a brief period of about 2 years, around the age of 18, I found shred/shredding/notes-per-second/bpm really interesting, and something to aspire to. Now I honestly, sincerely, well and truly cannot fathom anything more pointless in the history of music. Shred/shredders are bad enough. But stuff like this, where it's literally a sport, should be made illegal. Absolutely fuck this guy and his pointless fucking "talent". Go write a sick solo we'd all actually remember, with your fucking pink RG and... goddam... fucking... raincoat? Why the fuck are you wearing a raincoat?...
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    He's wearing a raincoat because he foolishly expected all the ladies in the audience to fountain all over him during that shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratson page 5 View Post
    So how many BPM are really at the speed that the guy goes?
    0 because he isnt playing guitar.
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    Funnily enough, he's a classical composer these days.

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    My favourite part is that this exact thread has been made on multiple forums.
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    The title of this thread is such a joke. 26,000bpm as if such a bpm actually exists. I mean, why stop there? Why not call it 26,000,000bpm?

    I think the fastest actual bpm I've ever heard was maybe 360bpm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    Funnily enough, he's a classical composer these days.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Paus
    His father, Ole Paus, is actually a very popular singer-songwriter here in Norway; being a son of his father has been the only claim to fame Marcus Paus has had here for most people as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    He's wearing a raincoat because he foolishly expected all the ladies in the audience to fountain all over him during that shit

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