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(@guitar_monkey)
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send in the your cool styles

YEAH! GUITAR ROCK! I ROCK! YOU ROCK! HAHA, YEAH RIGHT. LOL. ROCK ON!


   
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(@guitar_monkey)
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mine is 70s/60s classic rock, with 80s shred, nu-metal, alternative, surf, blues, and a little bit of classical.

YEAH! GUITAR ROCK! I ROCK! YOU ROCK! HAHA, YEAH RIGHT. LOL. ROCK ON!


   
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(@tim_madsen)
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Oldtime Mountain Gospel.

Tim Madsen
Nobody cares how much you know,
until they know how much you care.

"What you keep to yourself you lose, what you give away you keep forever." -Axel Munthe


   
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 Kyle
(@kyle)
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For leads:

Minor feel with jazz influences and quite a lot of chromaticism and then for the intense parts i kick it in to high gear 80's neo classical shred.

another style Im trying to get in to is the jazz shred stuff. Listen to Alex Skolnick to get what I mean.

For Rythm:

locrian mode. I dunno, it just sounds so wierd and wrong to my ears, and making it work is a good challenge.

The meaning of life? I've never heard a simpler question! Music.


   
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(@forrok_star)
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If you're learning-oriented, the practice of learning, itself, drives you. You search for knowledge about all musical styles. As your learning from everything, seek out this knowledge and take advantage to incorporate it to create your own unique cool style.

Learning-motivated people seek knowledge because they love learning anything new.

Joe


   
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(@joe-momma)
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Triped-up Hardcore Fingerstyle


   
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(@call_me_kido)
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Always been a fan of Jazz-imposed percussive acoustic. Lots of mutes, lots of voicings, lots of fun.

Kido


   
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(@gnease)
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I enjoy getting avant garde tones and textures from electric guitar. Playing out-in (tension-release) is something I work toward, the challange being to move a line that is way out back into the harmony in an interesting way.

Percussive fingerwork is always fun, especially on acoustic. Love to pull and snap strings, use intentional buzzing and partial muting. Probably because I played trumpet as a kid, a lot of my lead and fill playing tends to have horn phrasings.

-=tension & release=-


   
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(@alex_)
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i'd say mine resembles Yngwie's... but not a lot..

i like Harmonic Minor / Phrygian (not fussy on Spanish Phrygian)

and i like classical composition techniques, pedal notes, ostinato's, shifting tonality in different ways for a few bars for like a "what was that?!?" kind of reaction.

i like it to sound dark in some songs, slow and dark, and on others i like simple Natural minor solo's high up using a few of those techniques above.


   
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(@steve-0)
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Hard Rock fused with Classical, Blues and Alternative music influences.

Steve-0


   
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(@alex_)
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all at once or generally different styles?


   
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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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I like music...


   
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