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Old 06-28-2010, 08:20 PM   #11
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. . . serbian J-22 Orao/Eagle vs F/A-18 . . .



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Old 06-29-2010, 08:30 AM   #12
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Thanks, but I am already aware of Kevin Macleod's stuff as well. The background music for Black Shark is from there.
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Old 06-29-2010, 05:59 PM   #13
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If you're not into instrumental progressive rock/fusion/jazz (or whatever these guys might fall into) then these videos are not for you, if you are however, do yourself the favour and watch. Two of the most incredible guitar prodigies of today, IMHO.



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In this video GG shows the newly born pilots how to play guitar.

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If you're not into instrumental progressive rock/fusion/jazz (or whatever these guys might fall into) then these videos are not for you, if you are however, do yourself the favour and watch. Two of the most incredible guitar prodigies of today, IMHO.



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Old 06-29-2010, 10:44 PM   #16
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Anybody heard of freeplaymusic.com? EDIT: Just read that a paid license is needed for advertising, but they have a massive collection nonetheless.

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Old 06-30-2010, 02:57 AM   #17
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what about some bad ass rock, I imaging a muscle car jumping trough a giant banner each time i play this!



What about this guy playing ace combat music!




another ace combat dcs su-27 with a tune like this would be orgasmic

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Old 06-30-2010, 10:37 AM   #18
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That last video reminds me of



Lot's of people go on about QUOTSA but you don't hear much praise for kyuss nowadays
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:42 PM   #19
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I'm not very into instrumental music, but there's always room for Eric Johnson on my playlist. I wouldn't call him a "prodigy of today" though, as he recorded his first album in 1978.

Guthire Govan is a son of a b*. The guy can shred and actually make it look and, most important, sound cool. Not many guys can do that. Although I can't stand technical virtuosis music for more than 3 minutes, I respect this guy a lot (I'll probably be flamed by some guitarrists soon )

Recently I've gone for simplicity above everything. After constant headaches looking for "the perfect tone", techniques and all that bullsh*t, I've found my way into simple, straight to the point music. Quite a lot of modern mainstream bands have been doing stupidly simple and nice music, and I can't get tired of it.

Easily my favourite (ATM, might change soon, as usual ) is The White Stripes. A two-piece band that sounds louder than many 5-member ones. Whatever, Jack White's 3-chord songs eat hyper-fast shredding at breakfast. No cheesy eletronic drums, no clean and behaved playing, just plain old rock n' roll . Way too much punch

And when it comes to live performances, well, they are the ones to beat.

My personal favourite, a very silly and simple song, Hotel Yorba



And another very cool one, from the same concert (Under Blackpool Lights, DVD)

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I'm not very into instrumental music, but there's always room for Eric Johnson on my playlist. I wouldn't call him a "prodigy of today" though, as he recorded his first album in 1978.
Not in the sense of child prodigy, obviously, but a prodigy nontheless (IMHO).
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