Steven Perrone

Asking Alexandria - Not The American Average - Guitar Cover w/ EMOTIONAL SOLO by Steven Perrone

Remembering collage times...and try to enrich the middle bridge đŸ˜‰
Great playing! And I really like your tone. Only thing I would point out that your solo is a little to low in the mix imo.
Also, I see you are using a Harley Benton, how do you like it? I know they are not the most expensive guitars but are said to have great quality.
 
Great playing! And I really like your tone. Only thing I would point out that your solo is a little to low in the mix imo.
Also, I see you are using a Harley Benton, how do you like it? I know they are not the most expensive guitars but are said to have great quality.
Thanks bro :) Next time I'll turn it up the solo đŸ¤˜
The Harley Bentons are really well made guitars for the price and they don't feel cheap in your hands.
The LP copy in the video is very good, the neck is a comfortable C shape, 22 jumbo frets and the Wilkinson passive alnico pickups sound rich and warmer, stays in tune in standard and drop tuning. For 155 € I absolutely recommend it. IMO much better than Epiphone (Don't like the D shape neck), LTD (Don't like the 24 frets in a LP), etc in that price range.
 
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Thanks bro :) Next time I'll turn it up the solo đŸ¤˜
The Harley Bentons are really well made guitars for the price and they don't feel cheap in your hands.
The LP copy in the video is very good, the neck is a comfortable C shape, 22 jumbo frets and the Wilkinson passive alnico pickups sound rich and warmer, stays in tune in standard and drop tuning. For 155 € I absolutely recommend it. IMO much better than Epiphone (Don't like the D shape neck), LTD (Don't like the 24 frets in a LP), etc in that price range.
Awesome! I have a friend who might start out and I was looking into HBs for him. I used to play an Epiphone Prophecy which was SO comfortable to play. But the prophecy series was made for metal anyway. Really flat satin finish neck, 24 Frets, EMGs. What a beauty.
 
Awesome! I have a friend who might start out and I was looking into HBs for him. I used to play an Epiphone Prophecy which was SO comfortable to play. But the prophecy series was made for metal anyway. Really flat satin finish neck, 24 Frets, EMGs. What a beauty.
Never tried one but looks awesome and I'd be curious to feel the "SpeedTaperâ„¢ D-Profile" neck :)

I used to have as main axe an ESP LTD EC1000 Deluxe with EMGs, locking tuners, 24 Frets XJ and a Thin U neck, 350mm radius.

Beautiful beautiful guitar for rhythm, but when I approached the world of soloing it was hard for me to reach the higher frets and I wanted a floating bridge so I ended up to sell it and with the money buy an Ibanez RG Axion Label (with Edge Tremolo, wizard III neck 400mm radius, passive Edge Di Marzios with split coil) and the HB SC 500. ;)
 
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Never tried one but looks awesome and I'd be curious to feel the "SpeedTaperâ„¢ D-Profile" neck :)

I used to have as main axe an ESP LTD EC1000 Deluxe with EMGs, locking tuners, 24 Frets XJ and a Thin U neck, 350mm radius.

Beautiful beautiful guitar for rhythm, but when I approached the world of soloing it was hard for me to reach the higher frets and I wanted a floating bridge so I ended up to sell it and with the money buy an Ibanez RG Axion Label (with Edge Tremolo, wizard III neck 400mm radius, passive Edge Di Marzios with split coil) and the HB SC 500. ;)
Can't go wrong with Ibanez! I switched to ltd after the electronics on my epiphone broke but honestly the Prophecy was more worth it's cost. My Main Axe is my modded schecter c1 Classic right now :)
 

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