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Slayer & Exodus Inspired Trash Riffs
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post Nov 21 2010, 04:17 PM
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Slayer & Exodus Inspired Trash Riffs

Lesson by Zsolt Galambos

Link to original lesson: here

Guitar: Esp-Ltd MH-50NT
Amp: Line 6 Toneport & Boss Metal Zone
DAW: Reaper

Here's my first ever GMC Rec video.

I still use my Mac's integrated cam for recording. So no HD this time.
Also I had to bring extra light to the room dry.gif

But this lesson was nice to learn.

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post Nov 21 2010, 04:33 PM
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The tone you get out of the strings and distortion is full and heavy, very in the style

I feel the track is a bit rushed, it could be played more in tempo.

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post Nov 22 2010, 01:13 AM
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Very nicely played. I think the timing was a bit off, you rushed some bits, specially towards the end.

One important thing I must point out is that you try to develop picking technique from the wrist. It will help you tighten up your playing and relax your hand a bit. Let all the fingers float, don't anchor them to the pickguard.

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post Nov 22 2010, 01:48 PM
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Hey man!

A very good take. This is a very hard lesson regarding your picking hand, but you mastered it nicely. Some parts are rushed around the beginning tho. Your tone is also great for this style.


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post Nov 23 2010, 09:11 PM
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