Mars needs guitars

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Joined: 12/28/00

Posts: 40

Hi everyone!

I'm a danish guitarist who doesn't see myself as a wannabe anymore. I've practiced, worked, played and done some crazy sh*t, both live and in the studio. So I'll consider my self a semi-pro, although I'm usually very humble and think there's thousands of other guitarists that are better than me.

Now, my topic here is about guitars in the future.
What do U guys n' girls think will happen to the guitar as an instrument and what kind of playing will be popular in the first decade of the new millinium?
Will there be born new guitar-heroes?
Is the guitar being integrated with the digital music as techno, dance etc., more or less in the future?
...or will we all be headbanging again next year?

I know rock isn't dead, it has just developed into an underground kind'a thing, just like techno was 10-15 years ago.

Still, bands like Aerosmith, Megadeath, Slash's Snakepit, AC/DC, Iron Maiden etc., are all touring the world AGAIN, mostly at sold-out concerts, but hey!!..someday these guys just won't play no more and retire.
Which newcomer rockbands are actually doin' the rockmusic
a favor right now??

...my point is, one day we'll all live on Mars...one thing we're definately goin' to bring up there, to save our future, is music...and the guitar!!!
ROCK THE UNIVERSE!!! Cool

Fiddles
Trolle

By the way, I tried Zakk's signature Bull's-eye guitar last week, eyes popped n' jaws dropped (laugh), when I ripped some Zakk riffs, including the famous Zakk pinch-harmonic, which are ****in' easy with the signature model.
I really feel sorry for Zakk, that he got the original Bull's-eye stolen. Sucks!

Peace out

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Hi everyone!

I'm a danish guitarist who doesn't see myself as a wannabe anymore. I've practiced, worked, played and done some crazy sh*t, both live and in the studio. So I'll consider my self a semi-pro, although I'm usually very humble and think there's thousands of other guitarists that are better than me.

Now, my topic here is about guitars in the future.
What do U guys n' girls think will happen to the guitar as an instrument and what kind of playing will be popular in the first decade of the new millinium?
Will there be born new guitar-heroes?
Is the guitar being integrated with the digital music as techno, dance etc., more or less in the future?
...or will we all be headbanging again next year?

I know rock isn't dead, it has just developed into an underground kind'a thing, just like techno was 10-15 years ago.

Still, bands like Aerosmith, Megadeath, Slash's Snakepit, AC/DC, Iron Maiden etc., are all touring the world AGAIN, mostly at sold-out concerts, but hey!!..someday these guys just won't play no more and retire.
Which newcomer rockbands are actually doin' the rockmusic
a favor right now??

...my point is, one day we'll all live on Mars...one thing we're definately goin' to bring up there, to save our future, is music...and the guitar!!!
ROCK THE UNIVERSE!!! Cool

Fiddles
Trolle

By the way, I tried Zakk's signature Bull's-eye guitar last week, eyes popped n' jaws dropped (laugh), when I ripped some Zakk riffs, including the famous Zakk pinch-harmonic, which are ****in' easy with the signature model.
I really feel sorry for Zakk, that he got the original Bull's-eye stolen. Sucks!

Peace out

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I don't know. I just plan to be a part of it.
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I don't know. I just plan to be a part of it.
Raskolnikov
Guitar Tricks Moderator

Careful what you wish for friend
I've been to Hell and now I'm back again

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