What does He listen to?
What does he listen to?
...Imagine there's no heaven
>Band has more than 5 members
Who is the coolest band ever, and why is the Stray Cats?
post good shit
come on, you fucks
Does it really matter if your Martin guitar or Fender ect. Is made in Mexico, Japan ect.? Any difference?
Japs made superior guitars, especially in the 80's. Fenders in that area are widely regarded as some of the best produced for a reason, a MiJ back then competes and in some areas excels past the MiAs that are being made now.
Source: Common geetar knowledge and I own an '86 MiJ Tele. Easily one of my favorite guitars to play, and it just sounds so right.
If you want super hit or miss quality, yeah they can produce some fantastic guitar but there's duds aplenty from the factories there, definitely not up to American/Japanese standards.
Also MiA guitars vary wildly in quality between companies, Fenders usually turn out pretty well, Gibsons are a crapshoot.
I really like this album
I saw it described as babys first psych rock in the archive so recommend me something /mu/ I'm very newfag
Anyway, I really like;
-The Less I Know The Better (obviously)
-New Person, Same Old Mistakes
I'm looking for some /mu/ approved jpop. I don't want to just listen to the popular stuff, i want to listen to the best stuff!
Is there anything good? For reference, I like frederic a lot.
i know this is a bit out there by jpop standards but wata's vocals are godly
i was going to make a thread for this album but i guess it's jpop so i'll post it here
thanks, anon. truthfully, I always thought jpop and jrock would be super stupid and corny, but I like some of what I hear.
It's just such a huge genre that I don't know where to start.
When will RYM accept my score of 2.5 stars for this album as objective fact?
Albums only you like
young Axl Rose is the most attractive rockstar ever
Prove me wrong
Were does one start to learn basic music theory? Any websites or books. I just want to be able to talk about an album or write about it and actually know wtf i'm talking about. I want to really start to understand music and not just make shit up like anny fantanny.
>know wtf i'm talking about
You can know a shit ton of music theory, and know jack shit. It doesn't help me, as the audience to a review, if someone starts telling me that the artist played a song in Locrian mode. Synesthetic terms are perfectly valid.
Do you play an instrument? It's better to actually apply concepts you learned. It's about internalizing via a principal instrument for me. Many people use piano as it's the most agreed simple way to illustrate. That is if you're referring to western music theory.