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post Oct 6 2007, 11:18 AM
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Hello Gabriel,
I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a lesson that showcased the styles of Cantrell. I think he is really under rated as a guitarist and love his style. He has a unique sound and style that I really just love to hear. Any thoughts unsure.gif

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QUOTE (Understudy @ Oct 6 2007, 07:18 AM) *
Hello Gabriel,
I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a lesson that showcased the styles of Cantrell. I think he is really under rated as a guitarist and love his style. He has a unique sound and style that I really just love to hear. Any thoughts unsure.gif

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It could be interesting. He is a very good composer. I really like his harmonies and rock riffs. I'll think about it. Thanks for the suggestion.

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post Oct 16 2007, 07:44 PM
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Why settle for less when you could do a Nirvana lesson (better grunge). It could be a great tribute to Kurt.


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QUOTE (jammer91 @ Oct 16 2007, 03:44 PM) *
Why settle for less when you could do a Nirvana lesson (better grunge). It could be a great tribute to Kurt.




jeje.. Alice in Chains and Nirvana were very different bands for me.... they had different influences... Nirvana was very punk and Jerry Cantrel was more influenced by metal and hard rock... so both of them would be interesting tributes. biggrin.gif Talking about grunge... Soundgarden was different to them (a dark modern version of Led Zeppelin for me) and Pearl Jam was also different. I think that they ll have been called grunge because they lived in Seattle. blink.gif

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Oct 16 2007, 11:35 PM) *
I think that they ll have been called grunge because they lived in Seattle. blink.gif


I've got the same oppinion, Gabriel! And if you look into mid 80s of seatle, you'll find legenadary Mother Love Bone (with Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament from Pearl Jam) and it's also nothing like other bands.

I think Alice in Chains lesson would be really nice. I've found this topic actually searching for one!
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QUOTE (Basic Assumption @ Oct 18 2007, 06:19 PM) *
I've got the same oppinion, Gabriel! And if you look into mid 80s of seatle, you'll find legenadary Mother Love Bone (with Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament from Pearl Jam) and it's also nothing like other bands.

I think Alice in Chains lesson would be really nice. I've found this topic actually searching for one!



That's true... I know them. They were more like glam/hard rock band. I'm working in a lesson inspired in Cantrell's riffs. smile.gif

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