Guitar Resources by Ryan Sequeira

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  1. Testament - Live In London by Testament (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A concert filmed in London, England featuring Testament's original lineup, Chuck Billy, Eric Peterson, Alex Skolnick, Greg Christian, & Louie Clemente (also John Tempesta for the 1st half). TOTALLY kickass!
    URL: http://www.testamentlegions.com
    Videos: Music · 513 Hits · Posted on 8/10/2006 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)

  2. The Heart Of Things by John McLaughlin (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The John McLaughlin Band live in Paris.
    Recordings: Jazz · 536 Hits · Posted on 8/6/2006 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)
  3. Moontower by Dan Swano (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Progressive Melodic Death Metal in the vein of Edge of Sanity. For fans of Opeth, Katatonia, Daylight Dies, Edge of Sanity, Porcupine Tree etc.
    URL: http://www.swano.net
    Recordings: Metal · 423 Hits · Posted on 8/6/2006 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)

  4. 97.7 CHTZ FM (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A Canadian rock station in St. Catherine's, Ontario. They play a complete mix of rock, from classics to modern metal.
    URL: http://www.htzfm.com
    On-Line Music: Radio Sites · 3336 Hits · Posted on 8/15/2002 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)

  5. Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Standard sized pick, that's suitable for heavy metal and hard rock. The grip is amazing.
    Equipment: Parts/Accessories · 1408 Hits · Posted on 8/9/2002 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)
  6. The Ozzman, with Zakk Wylde, Rob Trujillo, Mike Bordin and John Sinclair Live at the Budokan Arena in Tokyo, Japan!
    Videos: Music · 1656 Hits · Posted on 8/3/2002 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)
  7. Living With The Past DVD by Jethro Tull (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Documentation of Tull concerts in 2001
    Videos: Music · 1495 Hits · Posted on 6/29/2002 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)
  8. Hamer Slammer XP Standard (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Gibson Explorer shaped guitar. two humbuckers, 3 way switching, 2 volume, 1 tone white pickguard
    Equipment: Guitars · 7298 Hits · Posted on 12/31/2001 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)
  9. Megadeth - Youthanasia (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is one of those albums where you can just sit down, listen to the entire album and then just blurt out...wow. Every song is melodic, tasteful, but not without a classic Megadeth sound.
    Recordings: Metal · 553 Hits · Posted on 7/8/2001 by Ryan Sequeira (7665)