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  • #16
    Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

    Hi w.f.d!
    Hows Befamal going? Have been listening to the two mp3's a lot recently.

    The invader worked prety good on the Jackson Ke3 kelly I sold a few weeks ago, but not that good... I don't know if I will recomend it...Bassy, ugly, low output. Quite cool actualy Sounded like I played in a bucket... I also think I got the InvaderNeck in bridge position... And InaderBridge in neck position

    What people mean when they say extreme metal is also quite diverse...

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    • #17
      Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

      ahahh Yah
      when i say it i mean : deepness, fast, technique and brutal.
      blastbeatings, sweeped arpeggios and intrincated vokills.
      Hails
      J.P
      Ibanez RG7420-Evo 7-Liquifire 7
      Ibanez RG7420-Blaze Custom 7-Air Norton 7
      Ibanez RG550-Nailbomb-Nailbomb
      Jackson DXMG-Juggernaut - Juggernaut
      Ibanez RGT6EX-81-60A
      Ibanez RGT42DX-BlackHawk - BlackHawk
      Fender Am Std-Holy Diver-Emerald

      Charvel Fusion DLX-81-SA
      Ibanez SR505 MIK Bass.

      Fender EVH 5510 III 50w Head + Custom 2X12 Cabinet W/ WGS Liberator Speakers.

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      • #18
        Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

        i think a parallel axid distortion/full shred combo would kick all ass!!!!

        like jeremy said, it's a flmaethrower!!!

        whihc means i should get one and get the full shred to kick even more ass with my crushing metal tone to murder the first 5 rows of an audienbce when i hit a harmonic and pull the whammy bar back!!!!!

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        • #19
          Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

          IF I Really FIND AN Ibanez axe in agood quality and good price to BUY, ill serious think in getting one of those combos.
          DD or PA Distortion trembucker/Full shred neck.
          if the body wood is alder, maple or ash, ill go with DD, i guess it is heavier than the parallel distortion, and if the wood is dark or equally like basswood ill go for parallel distortion full shred.
          the weird thing is... i HAD a duncan distortion a few years ago. it was my first aftermaker pickup.but i didnt know nothing about pickup and tone woods
          i had a 27frets guitar, Cedar body, maple neck, rosewood board and floyd rose....
          and the duncan distortion sounded Harsh and TOO much output... from what i have remembered.
          am i right or wrong?
          anyone that has DD in the bridge of an axe with cedar body and maple neck with rosewood fingerboard would like to say somethign about this?
          HAILS
          J.P
          Ibanez RG7420-Evo 7-Liquifire 7
          Ibanez RG7420-Blaze Custom 7-Air Norton 7
          Ibanez RG550-Nailbomb-Nailbomb
          Jackson DXMG-Juggernaut - Juggernaut
          Ibanez RGT6EX-81-60A
          Ibanez RGT42DX-BlackHawk - BlackHawk
          Fender Am Std-Holy Diver-Emerald

          Charvel Fusion DLX-81-SA
          Ibanez SR505 MIK Bass.

          Fender EVH 5510 III 50w Head + Custom 2X12 Cabinet W/ WGS Liberator Speakers.

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          • #20
            Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

            PAXIS Distortion bridge/DD neck bro. BTW JP weren't you planning on using less distortion?
            Jackson USA '98 Custom Shop KE2 w/ Duncan TB-4 JB(b) & Jazz(n)
            Gibson '87 Flying V Designer w/ Duncan Screamin' Demon (n) & Bill Lawrence L500XL (b)
            Fender '70 Stratocaster w/ stock pick ups

            VHT Ultralead plugged into a
            Marshall 2x12 Vintage
            Bogner Shiva oversized 1x12 cab (Celestion Classic Lead 80 loaded)

            (80's Gibson Dirty Finger pick ups (b&n) on the side)

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            • #21
              Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

              Yes... im trying to do that INSPIRED by the polish band SCEPTIC(www.sceptic.pl).Check em OUT.
              but i didnt figured out YET this Reduced distortion level in a REAL amp, SINCE i dont have an amp at the moment(sold my crate) , im playing through my PCSPEAKERS.
              ahahahahahahahahah
              i cant say nothing about tone yet.
              im planning to buy a tube head.but here iun brazil is a lot expensive
              1 us dollar =2.70 brazilian money
              1 marshall jcm 2000 dsl 100 head costs in REAL R$4.900
              so, im ****ed up
              I guess il choose between this marshall head, peavey triple xxxand peavey 5150 II.
              hails
              J.P
              Ibanez RG7420-Evo 7-Liquifire 7
              Ibanez RG7420-Blaze Custom 7-Air Norton 7
              Ibanez RG550-Nailbomb-Nailbomb
              Jackson DXMG-Juggernaut - Juggernaut
              Ibanez RGT6EX-81-60A
              Ibanez RGT42DX-BlackHawk - BlackHawk
              Fender Am Std-Holy Diver-Emerald

              Charvel Fusion DLX-81-SA
              Ibanez SR505 MIK Bass.

              Fender EVH 5510 III 50w Head + Custom 2X12 Cabinet W/ WGS Liberator Speakers.

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              • #22
                Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

                Dude, the XXX is a mean motherf*cker, and has way more gain than you could ever need.
                “I can play the hell out of a riff. The rest of it’s all bulls**t anyway,” Gary Holt

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                • #23
                  Re: Best SD Combo for extreme metal...SEE INSIDE

                  Michael Amott currently uses the JB/'59 combo. I'm not sure what he used in the Carcass days, but his tone in Arch Enemy doesn't really sound any different than Carcass.
                  “I can play the hell out of a riff. The rest of it’s all bulls**t anyway,” Gary Holt

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