Fred the Shred
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Session musician.

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Fred the Shred

Shrederick, 41, from Lisbon, Portugal

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Viewing thread NGD JP15-7 - neck profile questions, Oct 18, 2017 at 10:34 AM
    1. IChuckFinleyI
      IChuckFinleyI
      It was August 7 and the transaction number is 3TT418916Y427544D. Thanks for the quick response.
    2. IChuckFinleyI
      IChuckFinleyI
      Sorry to bug you on here. I bought both your albums off your website 3-4 weeks ago and I received my PayPal notification saying it went through but still haven't received either CD yet. If you could give me any kind of update it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
    3. MetalHindu
      MetalHindu
      Hey fred,

      How would you compare the juggernaut to the liquifire? Also, is the output similar to the aftermath (I like the output of that because legato playing is almost effortless)?
    4. Njaton
      Njaton
      Hey Fred! I've seen that you have blackat guitars and I was wondering how you feel about them!? Any opinions would be much appreciated, thank you!
    5. Sdrizis89
      Sdrizis89
      Hey Fred, I know you've gotten to use the new BKP juggernauts (JUGGS) recently and i was wondering if you could help me out before ordering a set. Do you think they would work well for thrash/metalcore ala killswitch engage tone in mahogany? are there way too much mids going on? Not enough highs? Thanks so much!
    6. jwade
      jwade
      I was drooling over the Jaden Rose UV last night at 1 am thinking "Man, I would buy this thing in a second."

      I get to work this morning and see your classified thread and thought I was dreaming.

      Saw it was already sold, began to cry, just a little.
    7. mphsc
      mphsc
      Only to score another 8 my friend, I love Rob's work.
    8. c4tze
      c4tze
      lol youre a real fame boi here, look at all the people asking you stuffs :D tickle the cats for me
    9. HighGain510
      HighGain510
      Hey Fred, I know you've played a bunch of the Wampler stuff before, did you ever get a chance to play one of the Crush the Button pedals? If so, thoughts? Will they cover up to metal-style gain through a good clean amp or nah? Saw one for sale and was tempted but without the ability to play one I'm not sure about buying without hearing it first and could only find a couple demos on YouTube (mostly lead playing). :(
    10. USMarine75
      USMarine75
      Good point.. new plan... I get you banned for a month... by the time you come back I will have the $$$. ;)
    11. USMarine75
      USMarine75
      Here is my plan...

      1. I'm going to spam your thread with "oh I had one of those S7-540's and they're overrated pieces of shit" posts.

      2. It will still be available next month, because no one will want it

      3. I will buy it.

      4. Instantly I will be as good as you because it's all in the equipment, right? ;)
    12. USMarine75
      USMarine75
      I think you should change your mind about selling the Ibanez S7-540 for a month or so... and then change your mind and sell it to me! I just bought two 1077s otherwise I would be all over that!!!
    13. Stealthdjentstic
      Stealthdjentstic
      -_-

      How do you get your volume? Cranking the preamp or cranking the v300?
    14. Stealthdjentstic
      Stealthdjentstic
      Dude! You use a v300 too? Any tips?
    15. Fishnuggets
      Fishnuggets
      Snagged Atonement off of cdbaby and it's amazing! I love that you focus more on great melodies and less on showing that you can jam 500 notes into one bar. AWESOME!
    16. GSingleton
      GSingleton
      How bout those shirts boy?
    17. thrsher
      thrsher
      i was listening to your record and my girlfriend got in the car "is that scale the summit" me: "pfft no, thats fred the fucking shred brum" her: ohhh.....i need a copy"
      thought you would appreciate that.
    18. themike
      themike
      Gotcha! I will admit though before I knew you guys were mates, I saw a NAMM update video where you did a solo in his video and weren't labeled so I posted something like "Is Ola trying to pass himself off as Fred?" haha
    19. themike
      themike
      So I just saw your response to my comment about Ola's sound on his amp demos from the Kemper thread. I just want you to know it was simply personal opinion after seeing a ton of demo videos, not simply following the hurd with their general distaste for the guy. I don't know him well enough to talk about anything other than his videos :yesway:
    20. Rook
      Rook
      Hahaha, well who can blame them then. To be fair, one of the really appealing things about a Strandberg is how insanely compact and travel friendly it is. Not to mention that crazy low weight. Expecting any more guitars?
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    Birthday:
    Sep 15, 1976 (Age: 41)
    Home Page:
    http://myspace.com/fredtheshredbrum
    Location:
    Lisbon, Portugal
    Occupation:
    Session musician.
    Primary Seven:
    Jaden Rose JHM
    Main Rig:
    Line 6 Vetta II
    Real Name:
    Fred
    Myspace URL:
    http://myspace.com/fredtheshredbrum
    Primary ERG:
    Jaden Rose Spider
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    WAY too many to mention.
    Other Guitars:
    Refer to the sevenstrings part... :P
    Preamp/Amps:
    Orange Tiny Terror, Peavey JSX, Line 6 Vetta, Axe FX, Eleven Rack, Soldano SLO, Hayden Mofo, etc., etc.
    Effects & Pedals:
    I collect FX pedals, so I won't list them.
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    Line 2x12" or ENGL 4x12" cabs, Atomic monitor when using Axe / Eleven Rack
    Obsessed by all things guitar. Like... say... 100% of this forum's community? :p

    Everything art related, really.

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