Comments on Jason Earls's stuff

Jamming on some riffs from the 5th track of Slayer's Reign in Blood album.
captgene said

Flippen Rocks. Awesome tones.

pseudo jazz with some fusion added?
slkrell said

you and me just loves pseudo jazz cuz we can spell it

A 7-string guitar instrumental I made up. Thanks for listening.
igor said

!!

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igor said

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A guitar instrumental with too much soloing and not enough melody. Thanks for listening.
vaisvil said

really hot guitar!

More guitar noodlings.
fudgetusk said

solid block of rock carved into musical shapes

A guitar instrumental with too much soloing and not enough melody. Thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

Top banana. Top apple too.

"Motorbreath" variation from Metallica's debut studio album Kill 'Em All. "Kill 'Em All is regarded as a groundbreaking album for thrash metal because of its precise musicianship, which fuses new wave of British heavy metal riffs with hardcore…
fudgetusk said

Removed my socks. Lost my socks. Brought back my socks but now my socks are too big for my feet. Who’s been wearing my socks?

A heavy metal track I recorded, thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

How are you not in a successful band? or maybe you are.

A heavy metal track I recorded, thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

WOW. Watch Out World.

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fudgetusk said

I’m in a good mood today and you just improved it.

pseudo jazz with some fusion added?
fudgetusk said

Sounds like Math Rock to me, but only for a bit and slower and better. Great tune.

For this track I used a scale that John McLaughlin once mentioned in an interview, which I later figured out was a Phrygian Dominant scale with the flat-6 omitted. Thanks for listening.
vaisvil said

Nice work!

For this track I used a scale that John McLaughlin once mentioned in an interview, which I later figured out was a Phrygian Dominant scale with the flat-6 omitted. Thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

Very off the wall and wild. Good turn. Nice to see some can still upload here. I can’t!

A neoclassical style lick with some other stuff added. Thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

Raucous gelignite boom!

I wanted to record a track using only my fingers (no guitar picks used to play any guitar or bass parts); and this is the result. Thanks for listening.
fudgetusk said

You, sir, are a fingersmith!!!!!!!

That’s not an insult. Does it hurt being a fingersmith?

"[Joe Satriani] was inspired to play guitar at age 14, after hearing of the death of Jimi Hendrix. He has been said to have heard the news during football practice, where he then announced to his coach that he was quitting to become a guitarist…
captgene said

Rocks .

captgene said

Awesome.

playing my gee-tar is fun.
fudgetusk said

SCANDALOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!truly scary.

fudgetusk said

Uproar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

a little blues for you...
Guest said

Nice!

Just fooling around with the Byzantine scale (also known as the Double Harmonic scale). Thanks for listening.
doktordoktor said

Impressive guitar work and very listenable. Super!

A little too repetitive.
fudgetusk said

I like to check on this from time to time. Still dazzling.

When I was growing up, there were two things that were unpopular in my house. One was me, and the other was my guitar.
Jason H. Austin said

nice stuff here

A little too repetitive.
fudgetusk said

Had this song stuck in my head for the last hour.

A little too repetitive.
fudgetusk said

Massive tune. It could give King Kong a run for his money

The rhythm is a little off here and there. I'm not used to playing a keyboard.
fudgetusk said

I’m going to download your songs upload them to bandcamp and make a mint.

Jamming on a couple of riffs to Wake Up Dead. I always liked the riff at :32 and the beginning of that solo. That riff is so weird, how did they come up with that?
fudgetusk said

You should form a band.

don't remember recording this but found it on my computer so here it is.
fudgetusk said

You never put a finger wrong.

My mother was telling me a story the other day and at one point she used the phrase "I used to could..." and I thought it would make a good title for a funk jam, so I went home and recorded this. Hope you like it.
fudgetusk said

I really wish I could play like this. Not to be.