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  1. General Music Discussion
    This is something that had crossed my mind many times. How many of these recorded Solos were really done in one go or even part of the same "flow" and idea? According to Dave some of these Solos that are on the Albuns are in reality pieces and bits of different solos that were cut, pasted and...
  2. General Music Discussion
    There will be 3 of them and this first one is about the Black Strat. Although almost all of us know the story, it's always nice to hear in by the man himself
  3. General Music Discussion
    This summer, David Gilmour will be auctioning more than 120 of his guitars, including many of his signature instruments. The most notable instrument in the lot is the Black Strat, the 1969 Fender that Gilmour bought at Manny's in New York City and used to record everything from Pink Floyd's Dark...
  4. General Music Discussion case anyone forgot. The most badass intro to a song, pretty much ever..... Some trivia: The original guitar track is probably the world's most expensive guitar record ever. He recorded it at the Astoria, his houseboat/studio moored off the Thames, with a Galien Kruger amp, then sent...
  5. General Music Discussion
    CD/vinyl/BD available for preorder! :hans: About | David Gilmour
  6. General Music Discussion
    Revisiting David Lee Roth's 'Eat 'Em and Smile' 30 Years Later | Guitar World Man, was this a great album. Still amazing in it's over the top glory today.
  7. General Music Discussion
    Wow. Waiting for fifteen minute intermission. I am 11 o'clock from the corner of the stage and the sound quality is still amazing. Man the guy is a machine he never hits a bad bend. High hopes was amazing! Wish you were here was the third or fourth song. New solo stuff is not bad. Very laid...
  8. Guitar: Gear Discussion
    Hey! I've borrowed Mesa Recto cab and did a little shoot-out with my David Laboga 2x12 (also V30). In my opinion difference is huge. Both miced with SM57 and MD421. Maybe you'd like to hear the result:
  9. General Music Discussion
    This has probably been posted in here before, but oh well... Hilarious interview with the Morbid Angel man. :lol: "What's your job?" "Morbid Angel." "Only?" "Yeah." "You went to school to do that?" "Yeah, I spent 4 years at university for Morbid Angel"
  10. General Music Discussion
    David Bowie has died age 69. While he may not be metal, without his glam influences throughout the late 60s and early 70s many early metal pioneers may not have been inspired to go to the outrageous lengths they did to create such killer music and an image to boot. Man, this is a depressing...
  11. General Music Discussion
    The lead single and video was awesome. Like seriously it will melt your brain. At first I thought it was kind of awful musically, but it grew on me after I listened to it ~10 times. That's the Bowie mystique though. He is so unfathomably weird that you never know if it's genius or terrible.
  12. General Music Discussion
    There will never be another guitarist for me who tops Gilmour. I'll always love Vai and Petrucci, but Gilmour is the reason I started playing and I can listen to him play ANY time, doesn't matter how many times I've heard the song because every note he plays feels new to me. They all have the...
  13. General Music Discussion
    :wub: Mike for cluing me in to how much these albums rule. Never checked them out in spite of the fact David Wayne is one of my favorite singers. That mistake has been rectified.
  14. General Music Discussion
    You read that right motherfuckers.
  15. General Music Discussion
    Still can't put my finger on the bizarre affection I have for this band, considering a lot of their stuff is flat out unlistenable. If you want to listen to the whole album, which is worth it, if you have ever wondered what musical schizophrenia sounds like.
  16. Music: Recording Studio
    A freaking houseboat? That rules! :yesway:
  17. General Music Discussion
    BLABBERMOUTH.NET - WOODS OF YPRES Founder Dies :( Shroud played a show with these guys on St. Patrick's Day this year, and then I got to see them again a couple months later with November's Doom. Absolutely badass band, David will be missed.
  18. Matt's Music
    The DGT is the result of more than 20 years of collaboration between Paul Smith and David Grissom. The DGT is based on the McCarty Trem with special pickups, special wiring, a DGT neck shape, bigger frets and heavy gauge strings that permit beautiful rhythm and solo tone. Top Wood: Carved Maple...
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