Donations to the archive would be appreciated to help fund our server hardware & storage drives. We are looking for developers to help build new software and archives, discuss here.

Threads by latest ghost replies - Page 7

/gg/ - guitar & bass general

No.108954793 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
lol cowz part lll edition

Beginner guitar tutorials:

Guitar chords and inversions

String tension calculator (D'Addario-based):

Music theory:

Hal Leonard's Bass Method:

Guitar Maintenance and other information:
Why is my guitar buzzing?
14GiB of miscellaneous resources:

Steve Vai's Ten Hour Workout

Guthrie Govan's Creative Guitar 1 & 2

Advancing Guitarist - Mick Goodrick

Chord Chemistry - Ted Greene

Mickey Baker's Jazz Guitar

Modern Chord Progressions: Jazz and Classical Voicings for Guitar - Ted Greene

Jazz Guitar: Single Note Soloing Vol. 1 & 2- Ted Greene

Impulse Response Pack
319 posts and 67 images omitted

No.108875152 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
9 posts and 1 image omitted

No.70996158 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Most of the popular emo songs were released at least ten years ago
Mcr - helena (2004)
Patd- i write sins not tragedies (2006)
LP - In the end (2001)
Etc etc
I remember what society used to be like back then and ... Fuck. We used to play Space impact on Nokias and fight over you-gi-oh cards, also in the summer we used to play all the childhood games like hide and seek all day long and it was amazing. I feel old....
151 posts and 28 images omitted

How the 2010s will be remembered

No.89640387 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
When the 2010s started I was excited and optimistic. It seemed like things were more experimental than ever before. The 00s had this depressing revivalist feel. Scene emo sucked, the garage rock revival was fun but those bands were just pretending to be in the 60s/70s, and the most interesting thing going was these wimpy indie bands.

In the 10s there were all these great noisy bands. When the decade started, pop music was actually really decent for going out because they were all experimenting with EDM. Odd Future was never that great, but for a second they felt as revolutionary as the Sex Pistols, because they were making taboo humor mainstream, and there was something revolutionary and validating about that.

Unfortunately, that meme rap thing degenerated into emo and trap, which are awful and worthless, and it's turned into the worst era for mainstream hip hop.

Rock is dying. There's lots of interesting noisy underground groups going right now, like Algiers, Death Grips, black midi, EMA, etc. There are also other good underground genres emerging like neocrust, oogle folk punk, and a lot of experimental metal. Maybe because the entire rock genre has gone niche, that seems to help more extreme genres, as bands like Behemoth reach near-rock star status.

Idk what the fuck's happening with EDM right now. It seems like it should be huge, but for some reason it's underground again. It'd be nice if DnB, house, and genres like that took the mainstream again.

So yeah, I feel like this era is muddled. Lots of promise at the beginning, none of it really panned out. Maybe because of the nature of the internet, everything's niche and specialized now. Trap rappers like Lil Peep will be remembered, but I doubt fondly because it's all such low quality. Maybe we'll look at it like the 80s. People say the 80s sucked because of hair metal, but people interested in underground music think of it for the hardcore punk, extreme metal, hip hop, electronic music, etc.
17 posts and 1 image omitted

No.108589111 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
i have something you've all wanted for a long, long time.
no one used to have this. but now, everyone can.
don’t believe me? compare tracks 15-17 of this to what’s already around:

this is it. the first godspeed you! black emperor album. i hope you enjoy.
386 posts and 58 images omitted

No.108641049 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
What killed /mu/?
101 posts and 14 images omitted


No.108560875 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
queendom edition

304 posts and 127 images omitted

No.108537832 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Still no one has topped Cap'n Jazz as the greatest emo band, change my mind.
15 posts and 2 images omitted

No.105963555 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I hate asian people.
34 posts and 3 images omitted

No.108196829 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
- Include correct format (artist / band, title of release, year of release, cover art, the file type (v0, 320 mp3, FLAC, etc), short description, YouTube sample, link)
- Send thanks if you have downloaded something to let them know they did a good thing
- Avoid sharing / requesting things that are already on the archive (unless you stumble on a dead link)
- Soulseek / Rutracker are your friends, too - just don't argue in this thread about them
- Bump when this thread reaches page 10
- This is not the place to shill your own and/or your friends' music; read the sticky and the following link

>I have a request! Did I...
- Check the archive for a live link before requesting?
- Share something first?
- Search the web for "blogspot + artist name + album name"

>"I don't know how to find what I'm looking for in the archive"
- Go here: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
- When searching, limit your search to links only, like so: "desired album mega|zippyshare|mediafire"
- Make sure you've typed "zippyshare" and not "zippy", or else Zippyshare links will not be found.

- Deezloader / Deemix / Freezer (now requires paid account above 128)
- Soulseek (P2P)


Foxtails - Fawn (2022) [FLAC]
>Screamo, Post-Rock, Post-Punk

(posting this so you don't have to buy it)
20 posts and 17 images omitted