Bonez;542964 said:Actually, if you look at the credits in the booklet, they credit several RATM songs (I'm forgetting the others at the moment), as well as Close Encounters of the Third Kind.TakeABow...Les Pauls are great! My brother has an Epi, and he loves it. As far as amps go, no one can touch Marshall. Unfortunately, they're expensive, and most take up a ton of room. The only ones I've ever played on were at Guitar Center, and that was just wishful thinking. I have a Crate MX15R...it's been discontinued for a few years now (not surprising since I bought it six years ago), but for a small amp it has fantastic sound. I'm sure they've replaced it with another 15 watt that's just as good. I'm currently lusting for this one. I was messing around with it the last time I was at GC, and it was wonderful. If you're looking for something bigger than a 15w, check that bad boy out. It's even got a built in tuner, which is just genius. Crate's are really good at mimicking the tube amp sound for a solid-state company. I highly recommend them if you can't get a Marshall.
S1ckH4nds;543190 said:Hrm. Honestly, I hadn't really heard of Muse prior to GHIII. But since I found myself playing it yesterday, and revisiting Knights Of Cydonia, I decided to finally give their full length a shot. So after downloading Black Holes & Revelations based on that track alone, I was really surprised to hear such a diverse album; I don't think a single track on there sounds like any of the others. I was really surprised at the near synth-poppy opener. But all in all, it's a fascinating release, and I'd love to see it made available as DLC for RB.
Bonez;542964 said:TakeABow...Les Pauls are great! My brother has an Epi, and he loves it.
Coldplayer;543476 said:I have a black Epiphone DOT. It looks like this (but with more buttons):Happy with it, so far. I love this Robert Smith style.
Sveppi;543482 said:Nice hollow-body
Sveppi;543638 said:It looks better with the pick guard on it, sweet guitar
FatWilma;542839 said:yeah, i'm pretty sure its the end of Stockholm Syndrome. its just a lil part, he plays almost the exact notes from the Bulls On Parade solo (probably unintentional, i just noticed it immediately).
jdre_124;541236 said:Alright Computer, what is the easiest guitar centered Muse song to you? I'm going to go looking for some guitars(gonna look for a Epiphone, Yamaha, or a good old Stratocaster) within the next month and I want to download the tabs already so I can learn them before I play. I was thinking The Groove would be the easiest? Anyone else's thoughts? Also anyone have the names of stores that would sell the guitars I'm looking for?
jobn;543885 said:Hey do you guys think that next week we might get the EU tracks?I know they said sometime around the release of the game in Europe.But maybe with the release of GTA 4 they might want send them out earlier.
jobn;543965 said:Well I guess ill have to wait about another month for hysteria....At least I know its coming!:D
Alright_Computer;543988 said:It's better than nothing. But hey, a full album is better than a song. And a full catalog is better than an album.NEWS FLASH: HARMONIX RELEASES MUSE'S FULL CATALOG, INCLUDING B-SIDESThat will be the headline in a few weeks. Don't you agree?
paddy56;544084 said:Just read this in the Band World Tour & Venue Guide threadSTOCKHOLM *190STOCKHOLM SYNTHDROME *30Surely it's a sign
jobn;544119 said:keep in mind that Blink-182 has a song called Stockholm Syndrome as well.But also that its case where someone thats been kidnapped shows loyalty to the kidnapper...
Alright_Computer;544129 said:I was just about to mention blink. I personally find it whiny. You may disagree though. Anyway, it's a common enough phrase... but still, someone at HMX must have been channeling Muse.
Alright_Computer;543930 said:P.S. I got Haarp today!
xbadx1233;544185 said:UPDATE!!! We are 400 posts away from being number one in the ultimate setlist section!