Ben Higgins 25th May 2011
It's so unusual to see a Telecaster being used for such brutal thrash riffs !! But it works !! :-D
Bogdan Radovic 25th May 2011
Great lesson, speedpicking part sounds cool!
thefireball 26th May 2011
Yep, it's always good to evolve riffs in songs.
Daniel Realpe 26th May 2011
excellent use of right hand technique for riffs!
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Welcome to another part of the "Evolving Metal Riffs" series. In this lesson we will focus on trash style riffs, speedpicking and palm muting.
* E - A - D - G - B - E
(From thick to thin)
* Palm Muting
* Speed picking
* US Fender Telecaster 1981 Limited Edition, position 1
* Focusrite OctoPre MKII preamp/converter into EMU1212m card
* Peavey ReValver MKIII Software Modeller, Peavey 6505+ emulation
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