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Whats up GMC members,
in this topic i just want to know what kind of music do you like to play in GMC whether it be blues, jazz, rock, heavy metal, etc.

I personaly like to play classical or almost anything that is fingerpicking, also recently i have been getting interested in blues and jazz. i love to play anything in acoustic biggrin.gif
The Uncreator
Metal (Any genre)
Rock N' Roll
Celtic (Thanks to rokchik laugh.gif )

I mainly play Metal, first and foremost, But i blend everything else i learn/ study into my metal playing, i try to be as diverse as possible smile.gif
Mainly metal and neoclassical stuff, but every once I'll play some Hendrix or something.
Hip Hop wink.gif
The Uncreator
Jeez Spider where the hell you been?!?! laugh.gif

Havent seen you post in forever biggrin.gif
I really like the classical/flamenco lessons and am trying to play those through start to finish. I'm not there yet, but it's getting better!

I also play the blues and rock lessons with backing tracks, etc...

I don't really like the metal/shred lessons (not my style of music) but I use them for metronome practice.

- Keep on rockin'
Mostly Thrash and Death Metal riffs.
Sometimes blues, shred, and some clean chord stuff.
I like to play strange sounds, kinda like Buckethead, and occasionally try to play some blues.
Metal and Neoclassical!!! cool.gif
yay spiders back smile.gif.. as Skquizgar Squizms would say.. " I only plays des metals"
Rock'n roll!
Good Thrash has always been my favorite to play.Its just oneof those stress releaser's for me when you can double pick the hell out of something.Also really into neoclassical and shred.I play other stuff aswell but this is the style that makes me enjoy playing.Down side to this im not a very great acoustic player now cause i never finger pick and its just not as comfortable as a fast thin shred neck biggrin.gif
I play all kinds of things, I try to be as open-minded as possible. So everything from blues to metal to flamenco to rock to classical-you get the idea laugh.gif. Just about everything but heavy/thrash/whatever-you-call-it metal. biggrin.gif Mostly I just try to play whatever I'm feeling.
Chris Evans
Quite blinkered in my what I play, mainly rock, heavy Rock, I love the stuff from the eighties and early nineties so tend to stick to that type of thing, trying to get into more modern guitarists, I would like to develop a "smoother" playing style.
Shred , Shred and more Shred !! I love it ! biggrin.gif
I play mainly fingerpicking blues on acoustic and also electric blues guitar once in a while.

Edit: well also black metal, but thats pretty much only when I'm at band rehearsal.
QUOTE (mattacuk @ Dec 11 2007, 10:22 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Shred , Shred and more Shred !! I love it ! biggrin.gif

I still find it hard to believe you're not into John Petrucci laugh.gif
Ivan Milenkovic
I like mostly blues, jazz, classic rock, some modern rock and metal too, and fusion. Other genres as well but in a smaller degree.
QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Dec 10 2007, 10:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Celtic (Thanks to rokchik laugh.gif )

It's an addictive form of music I'm telling much fun to play smile.gif I'm glad you like it man.

As for me well I play mostly rock/blues type stuff, celtic, alternative and a little bit of metal. I wouldn't say I's more of a slice at the moment but I'm getting better tongue.gif

QUOTE (Spiderusalem @ Dec 11 2007, 03:51 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hip Hop wink.gif
I knew you liked that stuff m8 smile.gif

cool.gif Metal
Indie wub.gif
sleep.gif Blues
Celtic rolleyes.gif
In words of lessons I play every lesson that I think can help me in my playing no matter what style it is. In developing my style , I still don't know what kind of music it is, I guess its a fusion of rock, blues , hard rock and jazz.
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