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  • Death Metal Guitar Battle





    let the bHz begin.
    Originally Posted by Yarbicus


    I love you.









    Originally Posted by Yarbicus


    I STILL love you!









    Originally Posted by CountGrishnackh


    I know that bag. I know it well. Liquor store pron. He ain't dead yet!



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  • #2
    who?
    Guitars:
    2012 Gibson Les Paul 50's Tribute Goldtop
    2011 Ibanez RG3550MZ Galaxy Black
    Amps:
    Marshall 78' JMP MKII 2204
    Peavey XXX 4x12 Slant
    Effects:
    Fulltone OCD
    MXR Chorus 3 Knob
    DOD Phasor 401
    MXR Carbon Copy
    Barber Tone Press
    Korg PitchBlack Tuner
    ToneBone Bigshot ABY/EFX
    MKS Pedal Pad II

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    • #3






      Quote Originally Posted by FearTheVoices
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      who?




      Originally Posted by Yarbicus


      I love you.









      Originally Posted by Yarbicus


      I STILL love you!









      Originally Posted by CountGrishnackh


      I know that bag. I know it well. Liquor store pron. He ain't dead yet!



      Official Traverser Reverbnation
      Youtube
      Soundcloud

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      • #4
        both are excellent

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        • #5
          Need one clip of each that represents there BEAST MODE to decide since i have no ****************ing idea who either of them are and don't feel like googling..
          Guitars:
          2012 Gibson Les Paul 50's Tribute Goldtop
          2011 Ibanez RG3550MZ Galaxy Black
          Amps:
          Marshall 78' JMP MKII 2204
          Peavey XXX 4x12 Slant
          Effects:
          Fulltone OCD
          MXR Chorus 3 Knob
          DOD Phasor 401
          MXR Carbon Copy
          Barber Tone Press
          Korg PitchBlack Tuner
          ToneBone Bigshot ABY/EFX
          MKS Pedal Pad II

          Comment


          • #6
            Trey has much heavier riffs and athmospheric solo work...chuck is ok, but i prefer morbid angel's style
            VHT DEATH SQUAD

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            • #7
              ummm....



              hows about...



              Pat O'Brian vs Ken Suzuki



              Ken (bald guitarist)

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUs2i58iK7Y



              Pat

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOb6JSQd-Qw





              those two are on a whole different level as far as Death Metal guitarists go.



              Chuck and Trey are still ****************ing awesome.
              My Clips
              BLACKSTAR* BRIGADE
              GOOD TRANNY WITH:
              EdgeOfDarkness, Ju5t1n20, NinjaRaf

              MAPS n stuff
              Blackstar HT-100
              B-52 AT100 Tri-Mode Rectifier
              4-12 w/Jensen JCH-12/70s and Celestion Seventy-80's
              Way Huge Green Rhino Mk-II OD
              AMT P1
              Vox wah
              Home-made pedal board

              GUITARS
              -Epiphone Les Paul Standard (Seymour Duncan 'Full Shred' neck/'Duncan Distortion' bridge)
              -Ibanez RG321 w/SD Blackouts

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              • #8






                Quote Originally Posted by apophis
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                Trey has much heavier riffs and athmospheric solo work...chuck is ok, but i prefer morbid angel's style




                That..



                Death was always kinda lame to me.. But I do love Human and Leprosy.. The first death is what it is, but it's ridiculously simplistic and boring when listening back.. Anything after Individual Thought Patterns is music I absolutely don't relate to.. But of course, that's the **************** everyone loves.. Too bad it sucks!



                To be fair, Morbid Angel hasn't had a great album since Formulas.. So, he's been on a long downward spiral as well.. But early to prime era Morbid beats

                prime era Death all the time in my book.
                SPAM




                -Dimarzio Paf 7-$45 or trade for a Duncan custom 7

                -Mick Thomson Blackouts set- $110 or $100 for just pickups, no pots/harnesses

                emg 81 or 85. $50. I'm keeping one, so whichever one sells first..

                -Ibanez Ts9- like new $60

                -Modded ProCo Rat (pm for info) $70

                pm for pics


                Good transactions with- too many.

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                • #9
                  A challenger emerges? (Or no?)



                  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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                  • #10
                    doug cerrito

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                    • #11






                      Quote Originally Posted by Ovid9
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                      A challenger emerges? (Or no?)







                      Sorry but necrophagist, even if technically impressive, just does not sound heavy, at least to me, the first record was fine but epitaph was a wank fest....and **************** yeah to the Doug Cerrito comment, his work with suffocation is legendary and his involvement in hate eternal's first record (to me the band's finest) was spot on
                      VHT DEATH SQUAD

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                      • #12






                        Quote Originally Posted by apophis
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                        Sorry but necrophagist, even if technically impressive, just does not sound heavy, at least to me, the first record was fine but epitaph was a wank fest....and **************** yeah to the Doug Cerrito comment, his work with suffocation is legendary and his involvement in hate eternal's first record (to me the band's finest) was spot on




                        Fair enough.



                        John Gallagher?



                        I need to listen to some suffocation. My death metal knowledge is full of massive holes.
                        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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                        • #13






                          Quote Originally Posted by Ovid9
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                          Fair enough.



                          John Gallagher?



                          I need to listen to some suffocation. My death metal knowledge is full of massive holes.




                          Please listen to the first 4 or 5 Morbid Angel records, Hate Eternal's conquering the Throne, and any Suffocation record up to Despise the Sun.....those are some good starting points on well written HEAVY death metal records imho, everything sounds so cohesive on them ....also if you are into fast **************** check out Deeds of Flesh's Inbreeding the Antropophagi, some sick riffing on that one....and yes John Gallagher is a beastly player but i think the band has gone downhill since quite some time ago
                          VHT DEATH SQUAD

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                          • #14






                            Quote Originally Posted by apophis
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                            Please listen to the first 4 or 5 Morbid Angel records, Hate Eternal's conquering the Throne, and any Suffocation record up to Despise the Sun.....those are some good starting points on well written HEAVY death metal records imho, everything sounds so cohesive on them ....also if you are into fast **************** check out Deeds of Flesh's Inbreeding the Antropophagi, some sick riffing on that one....and yes John Gallagher is a beastly player but i think the band has gone downhill since quite some time ago




                            I'll check out the old MA. They're one of those bands I've heard of a million times as people say how good they are or how much they were influenced by them, but i haven't really heard all that much of their stuff outside of that gawdawful nu-metal album they just put out. Needless to say I didn't judge the band by that.
                            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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                            • #15






                              Quote Originally Posted by Ovid9
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                              I'll check out the old MA. They're one of those bands I've heard of a million times as people say how good they are or how much they were influenced by them, but i haven't really heard all that much of their stuff outside of that gawdawful nu-metal album they just put out. Needless to say I didn't judge the band by that.




                              If you only listen to one MA record, i would pick Covenant, i miss that kind of sound/songwriting in death metal....the problem with the genre nowadays is there are some extremely good death metal bands and probably thousands of ****************ty ones..
                              VHT DEATH SQUAD

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