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About RagedHysteria

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    On Top.
  • Interests
    Playing Musical instruments such as Guitar, Piano/keyboard, Bass or anything that I can hit people with :)
  • Occupation
    Monster Muncher
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  • Favourite Bands
    Rage Against the Machine
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers
    The White Stripes
  • Favourite TV Shows
    The Mighty Boosh
    Mock the Week
    Nevermind the Buzzcocks
  • Muse Releases Owned
    Albums -
    Origin of Symmetry
    Black Holes and Revelations
    The Resistance

    DVDs -
    Making of The Resistance
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    Attending Reading '11
  1. Muse are up for best group and best live act. Time to mobilise the musers? yes. http://www.virginmedia.com/music/awards/best-group.php http://www.virginmedia.com/music/awards/best-live-act.php
  2. I have had a Yamaha RGX620z for the past four years. I bought the guitar in translucent red and has been the staple guitar in my small collection. This guitar comes with two Alnico V Humbuckers also produced by Yamaha. I was 13 at the time of buying this guitar and had only been playing for 3 years. I really had no idea what sound I really wanted from this guitar. I seem to have bought simply it look beautiful and It didn't look like it's design was a complete rip-off of a stratocaster. I remember the saleman at the music store, described it as "The Child of a Fender Strat and Gibson-SG". But it was exactly the right decision at the time, the Guitar has great versatility of being suited (compensatingly) to a range of different genres. The sound of this guitar is great when paired with the right amp... I use Roland Cube 30X which I have on a Jazz Chorus amp simulation. For distortion, It sounds great but it doesn't get 'THAT' sound when Soloing. This guitar is really destined for rhythm guitarists in my opinion, but as long as your not trying to go over the top RGX620z will be fine. My Rating: 6.7/10
  3. I can't Believe no one has mention John Frusciante yet... jeez guises Also Max Bellzor Timmy Hendrix Johnny Bluewaffle
  4. Muse going soft??? I'm just gonna leave this here... To be honest a mixture of soft-rock, hardcore-rave and say BH&R + TR rock soundings would make a pretty sweet album. I'm hoping Rich Costey will produce again, he always sort of knows how to make a song/album sound better.
  5. Interviewer: "Twice in one year to Australia... You love us... we love you too" (What Matthew Bellamy heard: ... You love us... We love U2) (*Matthew Bellamy looks highly confused*)
  6. Well, Above all I am quite proud that Muse, a very contemporary band is influencing music almost as if they were one of the great classics.
  7. Thanks for all your help guys your advice and experience is invaluable to me. I haven't really been happy with the way my guitar is sounding and I didn't want to spend a whole lot buying new parts. I guess I'm just searching for that New sound.
  8. The system of trial and error can be a long process, especially if you don't really know what your looking for until you find it. It just makes it easier for me to know what other guitar players have.
  9. Hey what are the sweet-spots for a guitar with two Humbucker pickups, I'm currently in the process of trying to make guitar sound more awesome without spending a lot of money. eg new strings/gauges, action height, electrics cleaned/sorted and pick-up height. I would very much appreciate it you would reply maybe just measure how high your pickups come above/below the body of your guitar(s) (Metric system is always the best system)
  10. if what the sun published was ever true. I would have enough money to go see all Muse concerts.
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