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Playing Guitar Inside Morgue

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by suteadotyu

submitted November 6th 2012

31 comments
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Playing Guitar Inside Morgue
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i seriously think you have an obsession with death, also on another note STOP POSTING THIS SHIT!!!!
5 years ago
It is creative ecstasy))))
5 years ago
))))))
5 years ago
Thank you, suteadotuy
5 years ago
Death Metal?
5 years ago
it should have been you who submitted this one :(
5 years ago
Stairway to heaven solo
5 years ago
Running with the devil.
5 years ago
I bet the acoustics are really good in there.
5 years ago
its a stepping stone to playing live
5 years ago
He's just practicing some ColdPlay.
5 years ago
where's Saint Jizz to tell us what a shitty guitar that is?
5 years ago
Looks like a Squier, probably an affinity.
5 years ago
I'm thinking no...can't really see the headstock tho. Besides, do they even sell those there?
5 years ago
Too many guitars look like that from a distance.
Even could be a Stratocaster...
5 years ago
Look at the headstock shape... it is an official Fender or a lawsuit copy. I will be far more impressed if somebody can identify the amp.
5 years ago
I can't make out the headstock, but it doesn't look fender from what I can see. Don't see it being a true lawsuit either. I'll bet the amp is all russian tho
5 years ago
He sings a song about hare....
5 years ago
I used to bring my guitar to work and during break I would practice some songs,licks, chords.
5 years ago
cool story bro
please tell me more
5 years ago
If you can't do a tritone substitution I don't care...
5 years ago
I used to cross the street to the elementary school and smell the bike seats on my break
5 years ago
Tri tone substitution? That sounds an awful lot like jazz talk boy
5 years ago
It's in Blues and most Classical music too.
Most musicians use Coltrane changes these days, SmokeFuckinDope must be getting old. :)
5 years ago
i've been really delving into theory the past few years...i'ma have to look into this
5 years ago
You can sub a V chord for the V chord a tritone (flat 5th for the jazz kids) away. And fuck giant steps... yea I said it.
5 years ago
Classical folks don't normally use the sub, we're more of an +6th user.
5 years ago
Gr+6 ftw!
5 years ago
+6 is an augmented 6th? And by augmented we mean a sharp 6th?
5 years ago
I almost reposted this.
4 years ago
related note:

the mucho repost hazard banner is awesome
4 years ago
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