23:39 - ANGEL REAPER ...and yet i am eternal ... at least as long as MS server is operational ....
23:34 - Nimlot Yeah, I've been here for a while, started out enthusiastic about the forum, then turned lurker and enjoying the news updates, staff picks, April fools and MS Awards and slowly began to participate more and more again. Never left.
23:30 - MetalDoomMaster Yeah, I was talking community wise as well. If there are new posts on the site then people will be here to read it. As long as they are interested in it anyway.
23:27 - yvesson Hej, they probably meant community-wise, I meant that anyway. Of course a news site wwill live as long as some people post news.
23:22 - MetalDoomMaster As long as new quality content being posted (which there is often) the site will never be dead.
23:20 - MetalDoomMaster This is definitely my favorite and most frequented site. I may not be the most active member but I do love the site and will keep lurking forever. I'm sure there are a shitload of others doing the same as I am.
23:15 - yvesson Hej, well but I'll try and live a bit longer, and I'll try and save things I think are good.
Here we go. Today we have a little extension of the chord arpeggio shapes I covered last time. Now we're going to add the right hand and tap some of the notes. The muting can be a bit tricky at first. Take your time. Work on one string at a time, then slowly try to connect them in one direction. Then, the other. Finally put them in order across the fret-board the same way we did with the the chord shapes in episode 2. As always, add notes, take some away, change the shape around to make something musical for you. At the very least, you can impress your friends.
Love the screw up with "be careful with the right hand so you don't get the harmonic" (like i just did). as well as them being so automatic that going slow seems far more difficult than ripping off hair-rising metal solii.
next time in town, need to bug you to show off yer chops. well beyond my meager abilites,