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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by JacksonAerodyne, Jan 22, 2012.
I'm partial to Iron but will also use Steel. Gold and Silver are just too soft for me.
Mercury. Poisonous and melts like panties when my playing heats up.
1 - Antimony - when things get hot it puddles.
2 - Mellot's Metal - for those times when you know it will get really hot.
Metallic Sodium gets my vote.
Cast iron for classic metal
Lead for old drudge/doom metal
Stainless for Christian metal
Osmium for extreme metal
Titanium for nu metal
Oh, and plutonium if you're signed to Nuclear Blast Records =)
I would say Molybdenum. Always liked that word. Maybe because it has the letters b & d next to each other which is unusual. In getting that spelling I just learned it's necessary for life...At least 50 molybdenum-containing enzymes are now known in bacteria and animals ... the bacterial and cyanobacterial enzymes are involved in nitrogen fixation.
chromium molybdenum alloy steel
commonly known as Chrome Moly
Adamantium, if you really want to cut through.
(Waiting for someone in the forum to admit to reading comics)
Comics, not really. Gaming, yes.
My question would be, is Mithral better for speed metal?
Mithral is way too light for heavy music.
I'm a fan of magnesium, if for no other reason than it looks cool as hell while burning.
Wonderflonium. Yeah, it gets bounced but that's just how I roll.
I love how this kinda took off. I didn't expect more than people to glance at it, chuckle and leave.
Imagine magnesium strings ... with it start to burst for playing too fast !!!
Doesn't magnesium burn when it hits water? Best not sweat while shredding that bass solo or it will be literally face-melting.