easiest metallica solo?
Posted 16 October 2002 - 08:10 AM
I don't see why you think they are similar but nevermind.
On 2002-10-16 07:08, fingertappinfool wrote:
yeah nothing else matters is a good one to start on.. if you can get that down, you can also learn the first solo in master of puppets (the slow one... its pretty much the same solo... way to be original james! napster bad lol)
I don't know what the easiest Metallica solo is because I haven't paid great attention to every solo. For example I bet there is a solo on Load or Reload that is much easier than Nothing Else Matters, however this is normally a good one to start with anyway
Posted 17 October 2002 - 12:08 PM
I take it you are being sarcastic and don't actually think Van Halen is better than Hammett
On 2002-10-16 22:41, ryan6666 wrote:
i can see what ral means whne he says "crap" maybe he is used to the explosive van halen solos but odnt get me worng the metallcias solos kick butt
Posted 17 October 2002 - 01:32 PM
Posted 17 October 2002 - 01:41 PM
Firstly if you see my sig Hammett is near the bottom of my list of masters of the axe clearly indicating I don't think he is the best.
On 2002-10-17 16:32, fingertappinfool wrote:
there is a lot of similar expression of notes in both of the solos i mentioned... if you can't hear what im talkin about, then ... keep trying... you'll see the light someday. besides that, kirk repeats a lot of things from his early solos on later albums... it might be in a different key, but its the same patterns of notes over and over again. these points are useless to argue over... just accept that kirk hammet is not the most engenious guitar player in the world. just because he's your favorite doesn't mean he amounts to a pile of dogsh-it in the scheme of things. just like your favorite guitar string is not necessarily the best, and just like the metal zone is not the epitome of distortion pedals.
Anyway, why bring Hammett in to this? Hetfield plays both those solos.
Posted 17 October 2002 - 04:04 PM
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