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I need to progress and become a much better player, FAST. I've turned very old now.
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27 years old
Tver, Russia
Born Aug-16-1994
Thrash Metal, Lead Guitar playing, Megadeth, Children Of Bodom, Vocals, Screaming, Shredding, Learning, video games
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30 Dec 2019
Here's my cover of Megadeth's Countdown to Extinction. Again used my KV1.

The video is out of sync a little, how do I sync it better? I missed by a millisecond. sad.gif
15 Dec 2019
So, I did a guitar and vocal cover of In My Darkest Hour by Megadeth. I'll post the guitar only version here. There are some mistakes and moments of me not being tight enough because had to stop playing to record to a different track on the DAW. Need to get around that. It's much easier if everything's in a flow.

Tell me how much I suck laugh.gif

Here are the guitars I used to record

I love my Vs biggrin.gif The Jackson is panned on the right and the ESP on the left.
7 May 2018
Hey everyone. So, as some of you may have noticed, I returned not too long ago to GMC. And, now that I can easily record videos and have more confidence in myself, I'd like to get some feedback. Here are a lot of examples of my playing. Please do provide lots of criticism. All the playing examples were absolutely random and nothing too serious, many of them were recorded before warming up or as a warmup.

30 Apr 2018
Hey everyone. As many or most of you may know, I am a total Dave Mustaine fanboy and love V guitars. I own a Jackson King V Pro and a newly acquired ESP E-II Arrow 7 string (which is mostly used as a 6 string).

I've been GAS-ing for a KV1 ever since I saw it and was attracted to it's uniqueness. It's hardware is quite unique. Finally, after 6 years, I have the finances to buy one. But, they are quite rare, and the version I want with the LSR tuners is even rarer. I found this one in Italy. But, it's condition is not so good. And the price is, OK to say the best. Here are many pictures of the guitar. It's a fixed Kahler Bridge (3310 APM) and locking LSR tuners. The fine tuner of the high string seems to be at a very weird angle, and the nut of the guitar seems weird too. Something is just not right. The price I am getting is 1500 euros, and the sell mint for $2500-3000, which is around 2500-2800 Euros. I'd just like your thoughts and comments and discuss further. I have been wanting this guitar for ages, but, given the price for a mint condition guitar (if it does pop up, they've been coming up for sale less often with each year that has passed by) it seems to be a good price but there are some things really wrong with the guitar. So, help me out.

Also, what strap buttons are these? Schallers?

I've got a few more images of the guitar. And full body shots are only on the website of the shop that's selling it. If you want, I'll link it later smile.gif

Thanks for reading through the long post. Will wait for your comments, and opinions.

23 Nov 2014
Hey guys ! What's up ? biggrin.gif Wanted to share, I've been to three concerts in the past month !! Every time it was so amazing. The first concert I went to was an amazing Black Metal evening of craziness, screaming, and lots of headbanging ! All the bands were amazing and I made a new friend with whom I might even play in the near future and he may be the bassist in the band I am trying to create. Totally amazing. This was, 8th of November.

The next evening, I went to the only concert I really was looking forward, which was being headlined by a Russian band called EVO, a transcore band which is really close to my heart because their lyrics helped me a lot in getting over my ex wink.gif That's why we're all into music, getting over sadness in life and enjoying the happy times with it smile.gif Right ? Well, guess what - that was the worst concert of all 3 laugh.gif laugh.gif The one I was most looking forward to. But the most important too, for the future. First I got to meet the vocalist of that band and I said hi and told him that I really like their music and the lyrics and that even though Russian isn't my first language, I still understand and really appreciate it. His reaction - Thanks, we try, and then goes away... The rockstar attitude dry.gif That was totally not cool. Then the concert started. The first band that played was called Shaman Ra, and they totally rocked the show, with amazing songs, riffs and we were all jumping with them biggrin.gif Really cool. Turned out to be the best band of the evening. And after show I was kinda able to talk to the guitarist and give a few compliments and stuff. Really nice guy. And of course, the high five's and handshakes that happen between songs and stuff biggrin.gif Because I am always right in front wink.gif biggrin.gif The next band that played was called.. I guess Must Wear Purple (CRAZY NAME, they weren't even wearing purple !) and it was as if they were playing breakdowns all the time. With a bit of clean vocals. They kinda lacked the energy.

Next came on EVO, what I was really looking forward to. And they were pretty unprofessional to be honest. They have 3 vocalists in the band and two of them weren't present. And the only one who was singing was making excuses and stuff dry.gif They played in Moscow last night and were probably hungover. But, nonetheless, they rocked it and we were all jumping and singing along ! Even I was biggrin.gif So, it was kinda worth it. I saw it as setting myself free from the past smile.gif

Now, here's when things get interesting. Since they were the best band of the evening, I commented on Russian facebook that they were and the guitarist invited me to the next concert. And, he added me as a friend and coincidentally, a few days later he saw me in a bus taking my new Jackson guitar in the packaging (and I didn't even notice him ! laugh.gif ) And he wrote to me about how's the guitar and we started chatting and he again invited me to the concert and insisted me to attend, even though it was in another town, though not far away from here, at least in my terms smile.gif And, I told him that I am interested, but need a ride. And he arranged that for me with another band that would be playing.

So, I went to that other town with the other band (called Generation), and, we became pretty good friends, especially after the concert started biggrin.gif As they were making their debut on stage and totally rocked it. And after show we greeted and they asked me how was it and we had some nice chat over some Jack Daniels tongue.gif (I always wanted to try, which I did, thanks to those guys) They were all pretty kind and down to earth guys smile.gif And, since I am from another country which is not seen as a place where you'll find a metalhead, I was the center of attention sadly laugh.gif laugh.gif After we all had some food and drinks, it was time for Shaman-ra to come on biggrin.gif And they rocked it once again. But more than the performance, it was the crowd !!!! So amazing, the energy was really high. If one person starts shouting all ''ey ey ey'' to a rhythm (that would be me most of the times) all would join in within a few seconds biggrin.gif And moshing was pretty nice too biggrin.gif They were recording a live album and it feels great to be a part of it, especially because my friend invited me to the concert. Of course, I don't have any pictures of the evening tongue.gif I was too busy pumping the metal horns, fist, shouting and trying to sing along, and a little bit of moshing !!! They rocked it and after the show was over, there was this BIG GROUP photo where some of us climbed on stage and posed with the band. Apparently, I turned out right beside the vocalist laugh.gif And I didn't have a clue where I was. It was all so spontaneous.

Then some more backstage stuff when I met Alexander (the guitarist and the guy who invited me) introduced me for the others, and I thanked him a lot but, he was all the time going ''Yash, thanks a lot for coming man'' Amazing guy ! I can't thank him enough. And, after a while, it was sadly time to go, so, I got in bus with the guys from Generation and we had a great time in the bus. smile.gif Just one of the most amazing day of my life biggrin.gif I got to learn about vocals from both the vocalists. And made some great new friends who're rockers. And they said they'll try to hook me up with some guys to play with. Just amazing.

And today Alexander messaged me that Generation might need a guitarist soon as one of them is leaving sad.gif Sad to be honest. I guess that's how the music ''business'' works ? You get to know people and talk to them ? smile.gif And he already invited me for the next 2 concerts ! I'm going biggrin.gif laugh.gif
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