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PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:29 pm
by Thomas
AAore wrote:
Thomas wrote:And for the second guitarplayer question: ONLY if it was me, jamming with them at a gig, just for one time ;) That would be cool xD

NOOOOOOO, MEEEEE It's a competition xD The first one playing with them wins xD


Haha alright xD

PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:34 pm
by PEML94
Isa wrote:Maybe it should be better if it was say "the best for me" 'cos for most it's say so he's the best for them but doesn't mean they considere him like best guitarist of the world, even some certainly mind he is.

Yeah, for me, Amen is the best guitarist! :D

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:28 pm
by Fiorel
Just wondering: Why are so many people saying that Amen is the best guitarplayer? He's not bad, but he's an average guitarplayer ;)


For me Amen is the best 'cause it's not a technical difficulties in song who make a good guitarplayer, it's just the Riff And the Rythm so if you want i say For ME Amen is the best guitarplayer.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:35 pm
by _SYNDICATE_
Fiorel wrote:
Just wondering: Why are so many people saying that Amen is the best guitarplayer? He's not bad, but he's an average guitarplayer ;)


For me Amen is the best 'cause it's not a technical difficulties in song who make a good guitarplayer, it's just the Riff And the Rythm so if you want i say For ME Amen is the best guitarplayer.


Everyone has their own opinion, so it's no big deal about that what people says that Amen is the best guitar player for them. For example I love John Fursciante, but he's not the best guitar player, it's just my opinion.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 2:35 pm
by Bach
Let's face it,Amen doesn't have a virtuoso technique.But he is a guitar player who plays good..it fits the band.It's important that it sounds nice,not if it has 30 notes per seconds in the solo..shredders suck...
But Amen sounds nice.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 2:56 pm
by Thomas
Bach wrote:Let's face it,Amen doesn't have a virtuoso technique.But he is a guitar player who plays good..it fits the band.It's important that it sounds nice,not if it has 30 notes per seconds in the solo..shredders suck...
But Amen sounds nice.


Shredders doesn't sucks if they can shred.. :roll:

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:37 pm
by Bach
Becoming a shredder is easy..you just need a metronome..
There is no music in their solos.that's what I think.Speed doesn't matter.simple things are the best.Beethoven's 5th symphony,the beginning,so simple,but so effective.
That's my opinion,guitarists like Mark Knopfler,Eric Clapton etc. and Amen for that matter don't seem good in young people's minds because they are not fast.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:54 pm
by Thomas
Bach wrote:Becoming a shredder is easy..you just need a metronome..
There is no music in their solos.that's what I think.Speed doesn't matter.simple things are the best.Beethoven's 5th symphony,the beginning,so simple,but so effective.
That's my opinion,guitarists like Mark Knopfler,Eric Clapton etc. and Amen for that matter don't seem good in young people's minds because they are not fast.


Uhm.. Haha okay, if you say so.. I can't wait to see your shredding videoes on Youtube soon! (because it is SOOOO easy to become a shredder) :)

And no music in shredding? Open up your ears man ;)

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:58 pm
by Bach
Thomas wrote:
Bach wrote:Becoming a shredder is easy..you just need a metronome..
There is no music in their solos.that's what I think.Speed doesn't matter.simple things are the best.Beethoven's 5th symphony,the beginning,so simple,but so effective.
That's my opinion,guitarists like Mark Knopfler,Eric Clapton etc. and Amen for that matter don't seem good in young people's minds because they are not fast.


Uhm.. Haha okay, if you say so.. I can't wait to see your shredding videoes on Youtube soon! (because it is SOOOO easy to become a shredder) :)

And no music in shredding? Open up your ears man ;)

Well,Steve Vai is good,Joe Satriani,besides that I can't think of any talented shredder.But it's my opinion,I am a classically trained musician,so you can't blame me.And about the shredding videos,nah,didn't even bother spending days in my bedroom playing a scale up and down,and increasing speed when i am comforable.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:13 pm
by PEML94
Please take that discussion on PM, and not here. :wink:

PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 9:25 pm
by King
I didn't think I'd say this, ever, but I agree Bach - and Thomas.
I agree Bach that most young people think that a musician (especially guitarists) isn't good just because he's not fast. And I agree Thomas in that it is hard to become a fast player (of course).

Re: Would you like a second guitarist?

PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:54 pm
by Arwiel
Robmayn wrote:Ok, we all know something, and it is that Lordi is a COOL band, but what i have realized, and many of you have too, i think. Is that this in of the little metal bands with only one guitarist. Now, IMO, i dunno you, would like to see what will happen had a second guitarist, this to have a lead guitarist, being followed by the rythm. I really don't care if Mr. Amen would be lead, or rythm, just would like to see what happens. What do you think? Thoughts?


I think Amen is amazing and One guitarist in Lordi is enough for me, that's my thought. He is a amazing guitarplayer.<3<3

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:33 am
by Höllenfürst
When Amen has a collegue he has more time for posing :D

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:44 pm
by PEML94
Höllenfürst wrote:When Amen has a collegue he has more time for posing :D

I think he's doing a f*cking great job with that anyway :wink:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:17 pm
by Höllenfürst
But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:22 pm
by Thomas
Höllenfürst wrote:But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...


7 members on the stage.. To much if you ask me

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:32 pm
by Rubenlink
Thomas wrote:
Höllenfürst wrote:But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...


7 members on the stage.. To much if you ask me


Don't you mean 6? Mr. Lordi, Amen, Awa, Otus and Ox are 5, so with a second guitarist it would be 6. Wow, I'm pretty good at maths! :lol:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:54 pm
by anushka
But still if they would play on the stages like this tour it´s too many people on one stage :lol:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:00 pm
by Isa
Thomas wrote:
Höllenfürst wrote:But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...


7 members on the stage.. To much if you ask me


My favorite band have 7 members :lol:

But yes on some stage it should be definitly a nightmare for our jumping mummy if they should be so much :twisted:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:03 pm
by miss_brutality
Isa wrote:
Thomas wrote:
Höllenfürst wrote:But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...


7 members on the stage.. To much if you ask me


My favorite band have 7 members :lol:

But yes on some stage it should be definitly a nightmare for our jumping mummy if they should be so much :twisted:

Damn one of my favourite bands has 9 members :lol: .. or had ...
But naah Lordi doesn't need another guitarist Amen more than enough :D

PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 1:15 am
by judge death
Hmm is not sure but I think it worked fine when Kalma played back up guitar to Amens lead at the London gig some years ago. :) But yeah, I think there isn´t enough space at some gigs to be more than 5, but it´s not impossible but Amen is enough. :P

PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 1:28 am
by Thomas
Rubenlink wrote:
Thomas wrote:
Höllenfürst wrote:But a second guitar player can make the gigs more deversify and the rythm guitar won't be playback in the future...


7 members on the stage.. To much if you ask me


Don't you mean 6? Mr. Lordi, Amen, Awa, Otus and Ox are 5, so with a second guitarist it would be 6. Wow, I'm pretty good at maths! :lol:


Oh hell.... :oops:

:lol:

PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:52 am
by Höllenfürst
Another Bands have 6 members too and must play at more little stages...

Re: Would you like a second guitarist?

PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:26 pm
by Dischord
I'm in concurrence as well, if it ain't broke don't fix it...

My current job we have the opposite mantra...if it ain't broke fix it til it is