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post #16 of 32
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Petrucci is phenomenal.  My friend recently heard Satchmo, Vai and Malmsteen (aka the bloated Swede, heh) and said it was fantastic. koji
How could I forget Steve Vai.
post #17 of 32
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(Thracozaag @ April 10 2005,17:49) Petrucci is phenomenal.  My friend recently heard Satchmo, Vai and Malmsteen (aka the bloated Swede, heh) and said it was fantastic. koji
How could I forget Steve Vai.  
Vai is good. Petrucci's better. But recently i've been listening to some old school rock a lot. Especially the Deep Puple/Ritchie Blackmore songs. Blackmore really is awesome.
post #18 of 32
Blackmore was very underrated.  Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, Trey Spruance, and Larry LaLonde, Andy Summers are some other underrated guys I really like. koji
post #19 of 32
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Blackmore was very underrated.  Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, Trey Spruance, and Larry LaLonde, Andy Summers are some other underrated guys I really like. koji
I just love the Ozzy Osbourne songs on which Randy Rhoads plays the guitar. He's a lot better than Zakk Wylde imho. Zakks's not bad, just not as good. I also still love to listen Eddie van Halen play the guitar. Can't help it.
post #20 of 32
Rhoads was tremendous, a real loss. I was remiss in not mentioning Allan Holdsworth as well, what a player. koji
post #21 of 32
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Rhoads was tremendous, a real loss.  I was remiss in not mentioning Allan Holdsworth as well, what a player. koji
I'm not familiar with him, any recommendations?
post #22 of 32
Metal Fatigue: http://www.amazon.com/exec....=507846 I think he also just recently released a Best Of album. koji
post #23 of 32
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So Koji, when are you having a joint concert with an axe player? Trading riffs for riffs would be amazing....
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So Koji, when are you having a joint concert with an axe player?  Trading riffs for riffs would be amazing....  
I dunno...those guys have REALLY fast fingers. koji
post #25 of 32
mastodon are really good. ISIS are really good. metal is bad for the most part, as it always has been.
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(T4phage @ April 10 2005,10:50) So Koji, when are you having a joint concert with an axe player?  Trading riffs for riffs would be amazing....  
I dunno...those guys have REALLY fast fingers. koji
Oh, but from what I have heard from you, you too have pretty quick fingers.
post #27 of 32
I get 'em to move when they need to, I suppose. Here's a little video of me screwing around on my friend's very nice Steinway D: http://e60m5.ath.cx/koji.wmv koji
post #28 of 32
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I get 'em to move when they need to, I suppose.  Here's a little video of me screwing around on my friend's very nice Steinway D: http://e60m5.ath.cx/koji.wmv koji
RIGHTEOUS.. btw. nice shirt.
post #29 of 32
I've been little if any use in the clothing fora, but I can hit you off with some metal that will...sound different from all the other metal listed above. Allow me to recommend Pelican, Mare, Mouth of the Architect, Arsis, Candiria (anything up to and including the album 300% Density), Kayo Dot, Dead Blue Sky, Rune, Pig Destroyer, Between the Buried and Me, Into the Moat, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Rwake, Sleep, Khanate...
post #30 of 32
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I've been little if any use in the clothing fora, but I can hit you off with some metal that will...sound different from all the other metal listed above. Allow me to recommend Pelican, Mare, Mouth of the Architect, Arsis, Candiria (anything up to and including the album 300% Density), Kayo Dot, Dead Blue Sky, Rune, Pig Destroyer, Between the Buried and Me, Into the Moat, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Rwake, Sleep, Khanate...
Thanks to one and all for your suggestions.
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