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This, the riff just sounds evil
He still sounds amazing live nowadays, saw him a few times over the last couple of years. I swear i saw him at a service station here in the UK...
Nils is a fucking great player. This is a really good listen if anyone is a fan
Anyone heard this? savage lyrics haha!
Love it, Pneuma and 7empest the highlights!
RIP, i've only became a fan in the last year or so after watching a documentary on the US Festival in 83. I'd never heard any of his stuff...
Still baffles me that technique and being blind on top of it. I've tried to play like that a few times with vision and its so unorthodox
A true great! Metallica are the band that made me want to pick up the guitar
I've always used Planetwaves, never had any issues with them.
I love that Live DVD at the LA Forum with the Trio of him Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino, loads of bluesy tunes including some great covers....
Saw them at the Beacon in NY end of last year it was amazing. They rarely come over to the UK so i was made up when i'd timed my trip with when...
I love mine, i just find them so easy to play you can throw em about easy as well.
He still sounds great nowadays, when you watch him sing its effortless and hes not even straining at all like you see some singers do. Legend!...
Don't know if its a 59 or not (probably not) but was literally watching this when i opened this thread
Love that guy, and a nice bloke as well, met him when he played my hometown a few years ago
Gotta be this!
Cheers dude! forgot i had that up haha. It was a backing track i got off https://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/ i believe :)
Brighton, England on the south coast which is where he lived for quite a while i believe. Really peaceful place. A pilgrimage i had to make, 250+...
Massive influence on me, I passed on the last oppurtunity i could of had to see him live because i was broke at the time, still kicking myself to...
One of my fav musicians of all time, RIP Philo!