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I love this sound. Sweep picking is probably the hardest guitar technique to master but the effort pays off. It sounds awesome to me. - Metal_Treasure
That picture though - LightningStrike
I do like fast riffs in Thrash Metal the most but Groove Metal and Symphonic Metal are close contenders for me.
Fast riffs rule! - PhoenixAura81
I love the most Thrash Metal Riffs. Also great for headbanging. - Metal_Treasure
The sound of fretless bass is different - it's softer and more melodic. Because of that, you might be surprised that it's used mainly in death metal - technical and progressive death metal, in particular (Obscura, Ne Obliviscaris).
Again, it's much harder to play without frets (moreover, very fast). And because of that, it isn't a surprise it's used mostly in technical and progressive death metal, where the most metal talent is concentrated currently.
I love the distinctive sounds the fretless bass makes - those “bwoww” and "muwahh" sounds. - Metal_Treasure
They're simple, hard hitting and absolutely fun. - cjWriter1997
I prefer its sound over snare drum - Metal_Treasure
Dueling Solos are usually between 2 guitars, or between guitar and keyboards (the latter found mostly in Children Of Bodom, Dream Theater, Yngwie, and Deep Purple - where it started in metal).
And a very rare version - between guitar and violin, wow! (Ne Obliviscaris).
You can check out the list Top 10 Songs with Dueling Solos
PS. The image depicts Children Of Bodom playing dueling solos - Janne Wirman (keyboards) and Alexi Laiho (guitar). - Metal_Treasure
Bridge is an optional element of a song but it makes the song more interesting because the music of the bridge appears only once in a song and it's pretty different from the music in the rest of the song.
You can check out the lists:
Top 10 Rock and Metal Songs with the Best Bridges
Top 10 Metallica Songs with the Best Bridges or Interludes - Metal_Treasure
I personally am a fan of the sludgy dirty guitar tones found in many death metal and grindcore songs - cjWriter1997
Whammy bars are awesome. - Userguy44
Whammy Bar, aka vibrato bar or tremolo bar, is used to create sick sound effects, such as, bomb drop/dive, dirt bike (car/motorbike engine roar), police siren, horse whinny, alien talk, elephant, and more).
You can check out the list Top 10 Metal Songs with Whammy Bar Effects - Metal_Treasure
Judas Priest - Painkiller. - Userguy44
+ Stargazer intro. - Metal_Treasure
One of my favorites is the one to Gojira's song, The Way of All Flesh. - cjWriter1997
YES! I definitely love hearing them! Check out the list Top 10 Metal Songs with the Best Bass Solos - Metal_Treasure
They're rare so I appreciate them whenever I hear one - cjWriter1997
As heard in Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Primal Fear, Helloween (not all bands with 2 guitarists are with twin lead guitars - for example, Metallica aren't). Also, twin guitars aren't a double-neck guitar.
Twin (Duo) Lead Guitars basically means twin harmony guitar arrangements.
You can read more in the list Top 10 Bands with Best Twin (Dual) Lead Guitars
PS. On the picture are Judas Priest guitarists - Metal_Treasure
Ex. - the end of Painkiller by Judas Priest (18-19 seconds). - Metal_Treasure
It's last on my original remix because most of the metal fans don't like extreme metal (but I love deep death growls) - Metal_Treasure
To satisfy my proggy needs - cjWriter1997
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2. Fast Riffs
3. Sweep Picking
2. Headbanging Riffs
3. Fast Riffs
2. Heavy Guitar Tones
3. Fretless Bass