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11-11-14 08:31 AM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr for you slipknot fans

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtlAF2yHSJY
10-25-14 07:01 PM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk0-...-vtgZqT0dV3xBQ

Amon Amarth, Under the Northern star 100% bass section.
08-07-14 07:31 AM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfOZ...-vtgZqT0dV3xBQ

had to put some power metal up
07-04-14 03:21 PM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr
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agree on that, they are mostly clones of meshugga. on the 8 string stuff, honestly i can't comment, i'm not qualified enough!
a full octave is 12 frets long, half of the neck. Every 5th fret (5, 10, 15, 20, etc) would be the start of the next string on a standard scale guitar. so thinking about that, a 6 string has 30 frets, making it about 2 and a half octaves without having to "shift" (move your hand further down the fret board to play higher notes) every string adds 5 more frets to the scale, assuming you keep all the strings in proper "standard" tuning. this makes it go from 2 and a half octaves, to 3 and a third of an octave before you shift. what Djenters do is they will play a lot in the lowest strings, then shift a whole octave (12 frets) then play something on the highest strings, usually with a picking hand harmonic.

Honestly I dont know why people enjoy that sound, as when done wrong (like most of the Djenters here) the massive change in sound can turn into nails on a chalk board.
07-04-14 02:49 PM
neferhet agree on that, they are mostly clones of meshugga. on the 8 string stuff, honestly i can't comment, i'm not qualified enough!
07-04-14 02:39 PM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr
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well, those are things better left to the pros
even when the "pros" do it (the projenetors of this shit, basically the first tasty dish that came out before people started throwing it up to eat it again, Meshuggah, which are not terrible comparatively...) seriously, more then 7 string guitars / 6 string basses are too much.
07-04-14 02:26 PM
neferhet well, those are things better left to the pros
07-04-14 01:55 PM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr
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it was some time i wasn't checking this thread good to see you from live

you do play in a band i assume.
I did too, as a singer (we did trash metal and death) but it was some years ago
a lot of the bands here are way into the "djent" craze which i seriously despise. still looking for a fitting band to suit my tastes and talents, that doesnt insist on 8 string guitars to octave jump from the low frets on the low strings to the high frets on the high strings making an ungodly aweful sound especially when they screw up the scale.
07-04-14 07:47 AM
neferhet it was some time i wasn't checking this thread good to see you from live

you do play in a band i assume.
I did too, as a singer (we did trash metal and death) but it was some years ago
07-03-14 08:29 PM
The_Werewolf_Arngeirr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VIY4GquYD4
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