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  • #31
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19UZd_DKs2Q&fmt=18
    the world is one big fist fight.







    Originally Posted by duncan


    I wonder what a persons life must be like if they're so easily affected by my posting on an Internet forum.









    Originally Posted by Rear Naked


    I saw 2 guys do it, and all they did was laugh really hard and say What The **************** a few times. No deaths or near-deaths occured.

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    • #32
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jiclPmM0RM
      the world is one big fist fight.







      Originally Posted by duncan


      I wonder what a persons life must be like if they're so easily affected by my posting on an Internet forum.









      Originally Posted by Rear Naked


      I saw 2 guys do it, and all they did was laugh really hard and say What The **************** a few times. No deaths or near-deaths occured.

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      • #33
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jiclPmM0RM
        the world is one big fist fight.







        Originally Posted by duncan


        I wonder what a persons life must be like if they're so easily affected by my posting on an Internet forum.









        Originally Posted by Rear Naked


        I saw 2 guys do it, and all they did was laugh really hard and say What The **************** a few times. No deaths or near-deaths occured.

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        • #34
          I can understand some of the frustration of the OP, but damn .... lighten up !!!

          I started playing guitar in 1978. I was basically influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Michael Schenker and Jimmy Page, then in the 1980's it shifted to Angus Young, Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Metallica and later Pantera. Then Alternative /Grunge happened and song writing went down hill as well as musicianship. Then Punk kicked in and it got worse.

          Then in the 2000's, Nu-Metal bands like Limp Bizkit, R.A.T.M., S.O.A.D and Tool, reduced the guitar to a fashion statement / a prop to look cool.

          I teach guitar and I noticed more of my students are asking to learn Blues, 80's Shred Guitar and wanting to learn more theory. I think good guitar playing and better song writing is coming back in style. Don't under estimate the younger crowd like the old(er)farts once criticized our Generation ....
          How many guitarists does it take to screw in a lightbulb ? Five , one to screw it in , hit the switch and four to sit around bragging how much better they could have done it !!!! 😱👹😲

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          • #35
            I can understand some of the frustration of the OP, but damn .... lighten up !!!

            I started playing guitar in 1978. I was basically influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Michael Schenker and Jimmy Page, then in the 1980's it shifted to Angus Young, Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Metallica and later Pantera. Then Alternative /Grunge happened and song writing went down hill as well as musicianship. Then Punk kicked in and it got worse.

            Then in the 2000's, Nu-Metal bands like Limp Bizkit, R.A.T.M., S.O.A.D and Tool, reduced the guitar to a fashion statement / a prop to look cool.

            I teach guitar and I noticed more of my students are asking to learn Blues, 80's Shred Guitar and wanting to learn more theory. I think good guitar playing and better song writing is coming back in style. Don't under estimate the younger crowd like the old(er)farts once criticized our Generation ....
            How many guitarists does it take to screw in a lightbulb ? Five , one to screw it in , hit the switch and four to sit around bragging how much better they could have done it !!!! 😱👹😲

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            • #36






              Quote Originally Posted by NeloAngelo
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              That's a great example of talented musicians making bad music. Thanks for the example
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              • #37






                Quote Originally Posted by NeloAngelo
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                That's a great example of talented musicians making bad music. Thanks for the example
                I Love Charvels

                ~Good Deals~
                (HC)-- JKD, dougiefresh, Orange Jackson, Kojdogg, billy budapest, Sheik_Yerbouti, ejendres
                (Rig-Talk)- King Guitar, Rayneman
                (TGP)- flyngtr, SirBoye, onemind, SvenHock, Musicman0912,Kccheers
                (Randall Forums)- Goldfish , BIGKAHUNA, SacredGroove, isburgracing, JMelton, Mikal69, HughJasol
                (JCF)- Strangletooth, Newc, John.W.Lawson, potatohead, straycat, ///MK

                Proud MTS User

                Peace, Love & Rossness

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                • #38






                  Quote Originally Posted by AJ6stringsting
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                  I can understand some of the frustration of the OP, but damn .... lighten up !!!

                  I started playing guitar in 1978. I was basically influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Michael Schenker and Jimmy Page, then in the 1980's it shifted to Angus Young, Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Metallica and later Pantera. Then Alternative /Grunge happened and song writing went down hill as well as musicianship. Then Punk kicked in and it got worse.

                  Then in the 2000's, Nu-Metal bands like Limp Bizkit, R.A.T.M., S.O.A.D and Tool, reduced the guitar to a fashion statement / a prop to look cool.

                  I teach guitar and I noticed more of my students are asking to learn Blues, 80's Shred Guitar and wanting to learn more theory. I think good guitar playing and better song writing is coming back in style. Don't under estimate the younger crowd like the old(er)farts once criticized our Generation ....




                  Tool? Nu metal? Fashion prop? I'm gonna say RATM doesn't deserve that tag either
                  GREETINGS AND FELICITATIONS, CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY!

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                  • #39






                    Quote Originally Posted by AJ6stringsting
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                    I can understand some of the frustration of the OP, but damn .... lighten up !!!

                    I started playing guitar in 1978. I was basically influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Michael Schenker and Jimmy Page, then in the 1980's it shifted to Angus Young, Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Metallica and later Pantera. Then Alternative /Grunge happened and song writing went down hill as well as musicianship. Then Punk kicked in and it got worse.

                    Then in the 2000's, Nu-Metal bands like Limp Bizkit, R.A.T.M., S.O.A.D and Tool, reduced the guitar to a fashion statement / a prop to look cool.

                    I teach guitar and I noticed more of my students are asking to learn Blues, 80's Shred Guitar and wanting to learn more theory. I think good guitar playing and better song writing is coming back in style. Don't under estimate the younger crowd like the old(er)farts once criticized our Generation ....




                    Tool? Nu metal? Fashion prop? I'm gonna say RATM doesn't deserve that tag either
                    GREETINGS AND FELICITATIONS, CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY!

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                    • #40






                      Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                      Tool? Nu metal? Fashion prop? I'm gonna say RATM doesn't deserve that tag either




                      Don't worry, punk didn't kick in until the 90s anyway........
                      Originally Posted by TheEternal


                      Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?









                      Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                      life's too short not to eat bee's




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                      • #41






                        Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                        Tool? Nu metal? Fashion prop? I'm gonna say RATM doesn't deserve that tag either




                        Don't worry, punk didn't kick in until the 90s anyway........
                        Originally Posted by TheEternal


                        Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?









                        Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                        life's too short not to eat bee's




                        Good Transactions

                        Peavey Bravo 112, Acoustic Control Corp 150 (x2), Peavey VTM120, Mesa Metal Grille Halfback 2x12, Tubeworks vert 2x12, Peavey 1810
                        Godin SD24, Squier Standard Strat, Ibanez "Millenium" Destroyer, Agile 3100, Squier Classic Vibe Tele, Peavey Reactor

                        Fix Congress First

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                        • #42






                          Quote Originally Posted by Ovid9
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                          Don't worry, punk didn't kick in until the 90s anyway........








                          I didn't make it that far
                          GREETINGS AND FELICITATIONS, CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY!

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                          • #43






                            Quote Originally Posted by Ovid9
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                            Don't worry, punk didn't kick in until the 90s anyway........








                            I didn't make it that far
                            GREETINGS AND FELICITATIONS, CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY!

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                            • #44






                              Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                              I didn't make it that far




                              Musical taste is so subjective. I could take the statement "talented musicians making bad music" and apply it to so many 80s shred bands IMO. Those dudes could play their asses off and most still couldn't write a song I want to listen to.



                              Different folks different strokes. The whining is hilarious though.
                              Originally Posted by TheEternal


                              Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?









                              Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                              life's too short not to eat bee's




                              Good Transactions

                              Peavey Bravo 112, Acoustic Control Corp 150 (x2), Peavey VTM120, Mesa Metal Grille Halfback 2x12, Tubeworks vert 2x12, Peavey 1810
                              Godin SD24, Squier Standard Strat, Ibanez "Millenium" Destroyer, Agile 3100, Squier Classic Vibe Tele, Peavey Reactor

                              Fix Congress First

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                              • #45






                                Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                                I didn't make it that far




                                Musical taste is so subjective. I could take the statement "talented musicians making bad music" and apply it to so many 80s shred bands IMO. Those dudes could play their asses off and most still couldn't write a song I want to listen to.



                                Different folks different strokes. The whining is hilarious though.
                                Originally Posted by TheEternal


                                Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?









                                Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                                life's too short not to eat bee's




                                Good Transactions

                                Peavey Bravo 112, Acoustic Control Corp 150 (x2), Peavey VTM120, Mesa Metal Grille Halfback 2x12, Tubeworks vert 2x12, Peavey 1810
                                Godin SD24, Squier Standard Strat, Ibanez "Millenium" Destroyer, Agile 3100, Squier Classic Vibe Tele, Peavey Reactor

                                Fix Congress First

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