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Heavy metal players 'should pick the right electric guitar'
Heavy metal guitarists have been advised to use an electric guitar that is suitable for the genre.
For instance, he said a person could not expect to impress anyone if they play Slayer on a Fender Telecaster.
People who favour BC Rich electric guitars could also choose from models such as the Kerry King Wartribe, the Revenge Warlock and the IT Speed V Laser Flame.
Mr Tandy said people who know how to wield one of these instruments on stage will see their credibility among the audience "jump exponentially".
"Good metal guitars are robustly designed to take a beating and the best ones are pointier than a pile of broken glass," he addedPosted on 5 Aug 2009 13:00 to category : Instruments News
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