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Old 2006-02-12, 16:48
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Psycroptic sound good, I've never heard them.
Cloaca's tabs make them sound good.


Yeah. Psycroptic would be good. Bloody hard though.

The live in my home town actually. Not far from where i live. Top blokes they are.

They have a new album coming out in a few months. Look out for it.
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Old 2006-02-12, 17:04
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Old 2006-02-12, 17:21
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It's coming out this month man.


Whoops. it is too.

I have been living in a cave this past few months.
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Old 2006-02-13, 00:25
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joe satriani-just about all his stuff

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Just playing the backing rhythms is enough for me.
His stuff is always fun to jam along to.
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Old 2006-02-13, 04:47
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For learning, beginner to intermediate to advanced, I say the best songs are:

Beginner:
Forever - The Berzerker
Reality - The Berzerker
December Wolves
White Zombie

Intermediate:
War Ensemble - Slayer
Incarnate Solvent Abuse - Carcass
Death
Hate Eternal


Advanced:
Cannibal Corpse
Necrophagist
Cynic
Dying Fetus
Nile

Something like that???
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Old 2006-02-14, 01:42
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Just record, learn yourself, find you misses and select such song, where you mistakes will be frequently. If you got to know about pitch harms only yesterday, learn Anathema "Sleepless". If you cannot find any note by string bending, learn some hard rock or blues solo, for example, Scorpions "Noone Like You". If you don't have a metronome in you head, first learn any thrash or death metal song (not such as "Philosopher", easier ), then smoothly raise to progressive, and year later you would play "Ytsee Jam" . It's all individual and relative
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Old 2006-02-14, 10:30
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what stuff should I learn that helps me considering i'm playing around 1,5 years?I won't even try Necrophagist,Nile,Cannibal Corpse,Slayer or such stuff,cause it makes absolutely no sense.If you can recommend anything with slower trem picking and left hand finger movement it would be very nice .
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Old 2006-02-14, 15:53
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Learning some Origin is always fun Maybe someone would help me attack some other songs to tab so that we have more Origin on this site \m/. Fast tremolo picking, nice quick sweeps, good shit. I love Origin. A good song to learn from them is Staring From the Abyss. I still need to learn a few more riffs but the sweeps at the beginning of the song are awesome and I can pull them off pretty nicely. Some good sweeps to develop the "rolling" technique at high speeds.
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Old 2006-02-14, 17:03
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what stuff should I learn that helps me considering i'm playing around 1,5 years?I won't even try Necrophagist,Nile,Cannibal Corpse,Slayer or such stuff,cause it makes absolutely no sense.If you can recommend anything with slower trem picking and left hand finger movement it would be very nice .


Try some lamb of god.

You wont be able to play it at first but working up to speed and the dexterity required will help a lot.

Also. Learn Crystal Mountain by Death. First Metal song i ever learned.
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Old 2006-02-14, 18:55
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This is how I bassicaly learned but I also will add some more just for my own advice.


•Metallica-Seek And Destroy (First song I ever learned and it's great way to start using all of the strings instead of just doing power chords on the 6th string and trunge between the first sixth frets)

•Slayer-Angel Of Death or Necrophobic (To start to Increase speed)

•Kreator-Betrayer or Extreeme Aggressions (To use both speed and train your left hand to move up and down the neck)

•Megadeth-Holly Wars (Great way to start learning how to do some sweeps and getting a good sense of melody)

•Symphony X-Inferno (Great song. It helps you getting used to having your fingers moving constantly. The solos might prove a bit difficult but they are worth it.)

•Cryptopsy-Phobophile (Again to build speed and using quick chord changes)

•Dying Fetus-Praise The Lord (An awsome song. It's great learning how to pick and then suddenly tap and then keep changing the two. Also this will get you used to odd time changes and crazy riffage.)

•Necrophagist-Stabwoud (The final song to be able to play. It took me almost over a year...actually no over a year to learn this song. It's extreemly difficult but when you play it no one can touch you...provided that they don't also listen to Necrophagist. LOL)


Also recomend some Steve Vai, Racer X, Nile and Opeth. Also learning some Jazz (like I did) helps increase speed and get your hand used to quick chord changes.
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Old 2006-02-14, 23:54
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what stuff should I learn that helps me considering i'm playing around 1,5 years?I won't even try Necrophagist,Nile,Cannibal Corpse,Slayer or such stuff,cause it makes absolutely no sense.If you can recommend anything with slower trem picking and left hand finger movement it would be very nice .


Try learning some fucking hjard stuff. Memorise, then practise.

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Old 2006-02-15, 00:42
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huh?


what i ment is it's easier to play that song alt. picking than it is down storkes. try it both ways you'll see what i mean. especially the chorus.
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Old 2006-02-16, 00:58
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•Necrophagist-Stabwoud (The final song to be able to play. It took me almost over a year...actually no over a year to learn this song. It's extreemly difficult but when you play it no one can touch you...provided that they don't also listen to Necrophagist. LOL)

Necrophagist just killers!!! It's unreal skills... If you're a mazochist, also learn Theory In Practice.
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Old 2006-02-16, 06:02
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Old 2006-02-16, 07:43
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Cool

thx for the help guys,I'm gonna try some lamb of god,opeth and maybe 2 or 3 necrophagist riffs
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Old 2006-02-16, 09:09
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according to paul gilbert..

Q: What advice do you have for an up and coming guitar player?

A: Practice all the time. Learn one new thing every day. And try to learn these songs:

1. "Circumstances" by Rush (from the album "Hemispheres")
2. "Mother Mary" by UFO (from "Strangers in the Night")
3. "Little Dreamer" by Van Halen (from "Van Halen")
4. "If I Fell" by The Beatles (from "A Hard Day's Night")
5. "Riff Raff" by AC/DC (from "If You Want Blood You've Got It")
6. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" by The Ramones (from "Rocket to Russia")
7. "Gettin' Betta" by Pat Travers (from "Live! Go For What You Know")
8. "Day of the Eagle" by Robin Trower (from "Bridge of Sighs")
9. "Majestic" by Journey (from "Evolution")
10. "No Matter What" by Badfinger (from "The Very Best of Badfinger")

After that, you should be ready for anything!

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Old 2006-02-16, 18:27
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sea of lies-symphony X
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Old 2006-02-18, 21:26
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Jason Becker - Mable's Fatal Fable

Ok, I can't play the entire song yet, actually only the intro and main theme. Even so, this song has schooled my with really fast rapid hammer on pull of combinations and a little bit more sweep exercising. It is a very interesting song for any shredder to learn.

Marty Friedman - Dragon Mistress

Quite a bit easier than the above song but still great for advancing shred techniques and smooth playing.
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Old 2006-03-09, 05:53
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Ive thought of a thread like this for a while, maybe one exists that is similar, but the idea is to give a rough outline of a list of songs to progressively learn to play metal guitar. Any help would be appreciated, and even more appreciation would go to to a guy who can make a list for soloing. Here is my list (obviously not every song I know) of songs that I feel that I increased my skill level in learning. If anyone thinks an essential one is missing, and if anyone can continue the list with harder songs, feel free to do so. Heres my list:


Slayer - South of Heaven

Exodus - And Then There Was None

Exodus - A Lesson in Violence (start tremelo picking)

Slayer - Metal Storm

Kreator - Coma of Souls

Slayer - Postmortem (downpicking, faster tremelo picking)

Megadeth - Holy Wars

Death - Flattening of Emotions (very fast tremelo picking)

Death - Lack of Comprehension (tremelo picking sextuplets)

Suffocation - Demise of the Clones

Suffocation - Despise the Sun

Megadeth - Lucretia (sweeping, accuracy)

Necrophagist - Foul Body Autopsy

Necrophagist - Stabwound




Like I said any help will be appreciated




This list is arranged according to difficulty, but does it include the solos.
Because the solo of the South of Heaven itseld is really hard for me.
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