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Caelumamittendum
Learning Rock Star
29 years old
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Copenhagen, Denmark
Born Jan-19-1989
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My interests are of course guitar playing. Besides that I'm a Tottenham Hotspur fan through and through.
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24 Mar 2018
Basically a whole album! I re-wrote A Celestial Voyage, which I made 2 years ago, so it now includes vocals, 14 minutes of new music etc. It's now 49 minutes long, which I guess could be considered a whole album. It's not quite mixed and mastered yet, few things could be recorded better etc., but I considered it good enough to share.



00:00 - 03:27 Part 1: The Voyage Ahead
03:27 - 06:46 Part 2: Clouded Visions
06:46 - 13:17 Part 3: Retrospective
13:17 - 16:31 Part 4: Dreams Ablaze
16:31 - 22:31 Part 5: Deep Blue
22:31 - 28:02 Part 6: Void
28:02 - 32:21 Part 7: Arrival
32:21 - 34:28 Part 8: Supernova
34:28 - 39:45 Part 9: Deja Vu
39:45 - 43:00 Part 10: A Final Dance with the Devil
43:00 - 45:59 Part 11: Signs of Life
45:59 - 49:02 Part 12: Deep Blue Dress
31 Jan 2018
Been working with my new video equipment to get some more videos up, here's one for you, which is an extension or add on of an exercise I call "24 spiders", which goes through all the different permutations of 1-2-3-4. This one however is about string skipping. And it just takes about a minute to complete (in one permutation)!





Attached File  Jumping_Spider.gp5 ( 3.67K ) Number of downloads: 457
Attached File  JumpingSpider.pdf ( 141.34K ) Number of downloads: 46


9 Jan 2018
Inspired by this video by John Browne from Monuments:



...I ran through my own history and replied with this:

"I enjoyed watching this video! My first guitar back in 2002 was an acoustic Fender Sierra Vista. Had a pickup in it, and I did a few recordings, but I think they've been lost in time. Luckily. Then at christmas that year, I believe, I got a Hohner Stratocaster, that my parents bought from a set of friends. In 2003, when I was 14 I got a Yamaha AES800. This guitar was A DREAM to play, though the price was sort of lower midrange, I suppose. The action was fantastic and it was poribably the first guitar I got that made me feel I could play faster stuff (for better or worse). In 2005 at some point I wanted to play Dream Theater's A Change of Season, and I got myself a demo model of the Schecter C7 diamond series that came out in 1999, but this was apparently made before that. That's the information I've been able to get at least. It came with a Floyd Rose, which none of the other models at the time did. Then a few years of no new guitars, as far as I remember, untill I bought a "Wolf"/HK guitar on Ebay for very little money. It played alright, but it was what it was, nothing special. At the time I also got a 6 string bass from the same company. That was actually surprisingly good. In 2009 I bought an American Stratocaster in olympic white. Played and sounded like one. Sold it to afford an 8 string Iron Label. Sold that to venture into the land of Prestige Ibanez' with a lazer blue RG3570. That was my first sort of expensive or higher end guitar, and I don't think I'll ever sell it unless absolutely necesary. I think in the meanwhile I owned a few different VERY cheap guitars that I got for almost free. Samick, korean Hamer, you name it. Those have been sold again. Basically all my guitars to this point, except for the Schecter and RG3570Z had been sold again. Eventually bought myself a really nice Ibanez 7 string. The RG752MFS-VFD. Beauty. 39 made world wide as far as I know. Limited run. Lovely to play, my favorite guitar. Then just a week ago or so I sold my Schecter C7, which had actually been listed for almost 3 years. I had changed the pickups for a D-sonic and Air Norton (Petrucci style), and changed the licensed under FR bridge for an original. Basically that alone must have been around $500, plus the guitar of course, and I ended up getting about $250 for the whole thing. Bit disappointing, but I was getting sick of the sight of the guitar, given that it had been for sale for so long. I put the money towards an RGA8, which arrived yesterday.

If you don't know it, check out the RG752MFS-VFD on pictures at least. Killer guitar!"

What's your guitar history? smile.gif
8 Jan 2018
My friend introduced me to this app (and website), and I know very little of it so far, but basically it seems you type in things you want to do (either habits, daily things or to-do things) , and as you complete them, you can tick them off, get some experience points and grow your character somehow. I'm gonna test it out for various things in life, including maybe guitar practice smile.gif

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Headbanger
Awesome playing in the big Collab Dude!!!
27 Dec 2013 - 19:49
thefireball
Hey!! Happy birthday!
19 Jan 2011 - 15:34
TreyDeschamp
Hey man happy birthday hope its a good one :)
19 Jan 2009 - 14:57
Pedja Simovic
Happy Birthday Ben !
Enjoy and have fun today :)
19 Jan 2009 - 12:15
Canis
Sounds awesome :D And yes, pictures are mandatory!
So you're definetly back now then? Been empty around here :P
3 Nov 2008 - 19:51

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