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  1. AngryWolf

    Controlled feedback?

    Gary Moore is standing at a 45 degree angle to his tube amp with it cranked like Alabaster talked about. A studio trick is that you can use anything from a wedge monitor to studio monitors or house stereo speakers to get feedback with some gain going. Most of the examples in the albums you linked are tube amps howling. Gary Moores guitar is using a 60 year old les paul burst named Greeny after the original owner, Peter Green. So he is using the guitar Greeny, which is an old les paul that had its pickups botched in the factory with a reversed magnet and rewired incorrectly (or perfectly, depen
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  2. This is a website for smelting questions right? I am an old metalhead and guitar player who has been in tons of bands and recorded a lot of music, but in the end I really just want to hear good new stuff, and with covid and being hurt myself and at home I am disconnected completely from rehearsals, shows, and all the outlets I used to have to get turned on to new music, and new musicians. I also produce and write and make music at home now, as it is insanely easy with DAW's compared to cutting physical tape in a studio for 14 hours a day. So just looking to get connecte
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  3. Yeah, this site is very cool. I have already been taking full advantage. Heard some awesome new thrash from the posters here and have even have taken advantage of the promotion area, which is a fantastic part of your site, thanks for putting that together. The opportunity to hang out and be a metal nerd is outstanding. So in appreciation, and to give something to the community: I am a guitar tech willing to teach people the things I know like setups for floyd rose style metal gutiars, all the way down to how to restring a classical or how to setup a les paul. Don't pay the guitar tec
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  4. My time up there in the main has been in the major cities in all honesty. I have stayed in Edinburgh probably 4 or 5 times a year over the last decade in the run up to COVID, usually in The Witchery being a flash bastard. That having been said should you ever find yourself in Edinburgh the westside is usually my haunt when working and the Water of Leith walkway usually is a pleasant amble first thing in a morning that I stumbled across by accident one morning going to a meeting. There are occasional standing stones built on the really shallow banks of the river which were kinda neat to
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  5. Mork - Katedralen Mgla - Exercises in Futility
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  6. ^^^ Actually watching this.....
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  7. Should do some more digging....Immortal/Battles in the North
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  8. GISM - Detestation Discharge - Hear Nothing Amebix - No Sanctuary Morrigan - Celts Watchtower - Control and Resistance Coroner - RIP Coroner - Punishment for Decadence Coroner - Death Cult Yakuza - Samsara Darkthrone - The Cult is Alive
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  9. Blut Aus Nord - 777 Cosmosophy
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  10. I joined up looking for refinery and alloy discussions and maybe some good burnishing advice. I thought I was in the right place for a while. Got pretty embarrassed when I figured out all this stuff about "anvil" and "bronze chains" and "triumph of steel" was actually just nerds talking about music. It's a nice place though, hope you enjoy it.
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  11. When Kataklysm covers The American Way, I really prefer it, doesn't have to be complicated to be cool, and they (Kataklysm) have a sound I like better because of production value and gear. I like the guitars, but where is the drum style from the american way? Tight rolls and huge fills are missing, I think the big open guitars and cool simple grinding riffs need a technician behind the drums, just not hearing the same intensity and energy. Like on salvation, That intro is a great spot to show off some chops, these drums almost sound..polite somehow lol. anyway, cool album none the
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