TGP'ers gonna hate, but this is pretty sweet.

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by WastedAwayAgain, May 20, 2015.

  1. WastedAwayAgain

    WastedAwayAgain Member

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    He takes the hottest popular rap song from last summer and just adds a little something better. He didn't overplay, he didn't really change the song, he just makes it better.

     
  2. bdc123

    bdc123 Supporting Member

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    Ghetto Guitar :dude ...not bad!!!
     
  3. vladorg

    vladorg Supporting Member

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    He puts so much feel in every note he plays ;)
     
  4. Clyde Billt

    Clyde Billt Member

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    Definitely made it better.:D

    Not possible to make it worse.:p
     
  5. jerrycasemusic

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    Rap totally works with heavy guitar. Rage, Body Count and this cat prove it. Love his intensity and clear passion.
     
  6. T Dizz

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    Nice work! played on the most hideous guitar ever built... those LTDs
     
  7. Ubersooner

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    Did he post his Zoom pedal settings? I'd love the tone print.
     
  8. bsacamano

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    The last handful of rap artists I've seen have had an electric guitarist on stage. Kendrick Lamar's guitarist was great.
     

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