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Jay Bee

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About Jay Bee

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  • Birthday 02/07/1989

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  • Location
    The North!
  • Gender
    male
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  • Muse Releases Owned
    Showbiz
    Origin of Symmetry
    Hullabaloo CD
    Hullabaloo DVD
    Absolution
    Absolution Tour
    Black Holes and Revelations
    H.A.A.R.P
    The Resistance

    not really a singles person, but I do want all the B-sides at some point in my life
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    O2
    Old Trafford 2010
    Wembley 2010
  1. Time is Running Out and Starlight are basically the same song
  2. That sounds atmospheric. I remember once driving at night through a forest with a full moon flicking through the trees whilst listening to Ruled by Secrecy. That was tremendous.
  3. The lyrics should have gone something like this: Change everything you are And everything you were Your number has been called Fights and battles have begun Revenge will surely come Your hard times are ahead Best, You've got to be the best You've got to change the world And use this chance to be heard Your time is now Change everything you are And everything you were Your number has been called Fights and battles have begun Revenge will surely come Your hard times are ahead Best, You've got to be the best You've got to change the world And use this chance to be heard Your time is now Don't let yourself down Don't let yourself go Your last chance has arrived Best, You've got to be the best You've got to change the world And use this chance to be heard Your time is now
  4. Not being able to play Can't Stop the proper muted way makes me want to cry. If I want to make up an excuse then it's the action on my guitar that is too low which makes it hard just to mute the strings I don't want to play. Does anyone know any good exercises to practice this technique? Because practising by playing the song is just frustrating.
  5. My band is also planning to cover Stockholm Syndrome so this is worth considering. I was just planning on doing a more interesting guitar part for the chorus but who knows.
  6. Jay Bee

    Guitar Cab Mics

    Surely everone knows that when you play live you place your amp atop of a few empty beer cases.
  7. My band had our first ever practice last night and we seem to be influenced most by RATM drop-D riffery. For whenI'm writing my own stuff I often go for a RATM riff, Muse style chords in the chorus, and then maybe a guitar break/solo with a few Jimmy Page or Frusciante licks thrown in.
  8. I think that playing my guitar left-handed is a reminder of what it was like the very first time I picked up a guitar.
  9. I remember when I first started learning I was struggling (like all beginners) with chord changes. But learning power chords really helped me train some co-ordination into both my fretting and and strumming hand and in time that helped me with regular chord changes. As to alternate picking, it comes naturally after a while. Street Spirit was the song that got me doing it if I remember. Saying that though, I always prefer to play the Plug in Baby riff just downpicking. It sounds 'twangy' if I alternate it. One thing I do get hung-up over with alternate picking is when I play a hammer on or off and I end up picking up on the beat.
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