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Shred guitar: Quiz


Question 1: ________ abuse",[1] several guitar writers argue that rather than being a musical definition, it is a fairly subjective cultural term used by guitarists and enthusiasts of guitar music.
Electric guitarTremolo armLead guitarFender Jaguar

Question 2: In the 1990s, its mainstream appeal diminished with the rise of ________ and nu metal, both of which eschewed flashy lead guitar solos.
Noise rockGrungeAlternative rockRiot Grrrl

Question 3: Shred guitar players often use electric solidbody guitars such as Fender, Gibson, Ibanez, Kramer, Carvin, Jackson, ________, Schecter, B.C.

Question 4: Everything associated with the genre can be found on this brilliant collection of songs - sweep-picked arpeggios, diminished minor harmonic scales, finger-tapping and ...jaw-dropping ________ abuse".
Tremolo armElectric guitarFender JaguarLead guitar

Question 5: sweep-picked arpeggios, diminished and harmonic minor scales, finger-________ and ...
Pull-offTappingShred guitarAlternate picking

Question 6: [8] One of the most recent shred guitarists is Mark Tremonti, the guitarist for the bands Creed and ________, who displayed his shred techniques on his guitar instructional DVD The Sound and the Story, released in 2008.
Myles KennedyAlter BridgeBrian MarshallBlackbird (album)

Question 7: The ________ technique is used to play rapid flourishes of notes or to play arpeggios or scalar patterns using pure legato with no picking.
Alternate pickingTappingShred guitarPull-off

Question 8: Shred guitar or shred refers to lead ________ playing that relies heavily on fast passages; the act of playing fast passages on an electric guitar is termed "shredding".
Electric guitarElectric Guitar DesignLead guitarBass guitar

Question 9: Nevertheless, underground acts like Shawn Lane and ________ developed the genre further.
BucketheadBuckethead discographyEnter the ChickenGiant Robot (Buckethead album)

Question 10: ________, heavy metal, hard rock, and jazz fusion have all made use of and adapted the style successfully over the past two and a half decades.
Progressive rockRock musicRecord producerMusic industry


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