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Les Paul Epiphone Custom
POD HD500/ CryBaby 95Q
AMP Fender Frontman 212R

Satriani, Helloween, Metallica, Beatles, CCR, AC/DC, Led Zepp, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, GnR, SRV, Malmsteen, Van Halen, Ozzy, Angra, Dire Straits.
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13 Apr 2011
Hi everybody
I've been tweaking on my POD HD500 to find a Metallica tone (for riffs).
It could be so much better, but I think it's convincing enough to record a Metallica cover.
Hope you like, your comments will be appreciated.
Keep Rocking!

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23 Feb 2011
I just done this video:[email protected]/5470308567/

Probably I should spend my free time practicing guitar techniques instead of doing this king of video but it was fun tongue.gif .
The Marcus' original is at 140bpm but I just could do it at 115 bpm.
I guess the "flickr" messed around with the sinc (sorry, I'm at work and youtube is blocked here). Hope you like.

Falcao Keep_Rocking.

2 Dec 2010
Have you already heard about the new POD HD line? (POD HD300, 400 and 500).

They claim it has 10 times more capacity on amp modeling (by the way there are only 16 amp models). The reviews I've seen so far are enthusiastic. I'm pretty interested.

I gess the POD site can say much more than me.

Sorry, Now I found similar topics.
5 Jul 2010
Hi GMCers,
I noticed that I just completed one year in GMC. It was a great year and certainly the best step I have ever done toward learning to play the guitar! During this year I took part in one collaboration and also two takes for rec-program.
But in the backstage I've done much more and I can say for sure that I'm more confident and worried about playing precise and clean. Even my band mates noticed that and I'm taking chance on more difficult solos.

Here's a small video I did for fun:

Perhaps it shows that in this year my gear has improved a lot, much more than my guitar skills biggrin.gif
Another year to come, I hope to bring to you more videos to rec program, to collaborate in the forums and much more.
All of you have been very helpful, supporting and encouraging! Thanks!

Falcão Keep Rocking
14 May 2010
Hi guys, have you ever passed through a situation like this?

I'm in a band for about one year and a half. We have gigs sometimes (most of them only to friends) but recently we also had 2 gigs in clubs. Since the beginning I noticed that the style of the band were too "pop music" for me and in a 35 music repertory, there are only few that I really like and with nice solos.

But the main problem is that some of the band mates don't "play very well", don't like to rehearsal and they always mess thing up when we are in front of the audience.

We had a gig yesterday at night and "that mess" happened again: in the fist solo of Comfortably Numb the bass player did loud and wrong notes and it was almost impossible to do the solo. Few bars before the second solo, the drummer messed the rhythm and the music were so slow that was almost impossible to do that solo.

Guys, that is so frustrating… mad.gif

I know how much we can learn when playing with a band and I really don't want to play guitar only to my bedroom walls biggrin.gif but this was the last straw and I'm not going to play with them anymore.

What you did (or would do) in the same situation?

Sorry for so long topic…

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