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Archspire Posts "Lucid Collective Somnambulation" Guitar Playthrough

Archspire guitarists Dean Lamb and Tobi Morelli have released play-through footage of the track "Lucid Collective Somnambulation" via Guitar World, which can also bee seen below.

"Lucid Collective Somnambulation" is taken from the band's newest album, "The Lucid Collective." Regarding the play-through, the Ibanez and Seymour-Duncan-endorsed guitarist Dean Lamb said:

"In this video, we wanted to showcase the gear we love, and the music we have been inspired to write. This song includes plenty of two-hand tapping, fast sweeping, and fast picked picked riffs, so if you like your guitar techniques at extreme speeds, we hope you dig this track! Stay Tech!"

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1. coldiem writes:

Nice work. The consistency in the hand and finger movement is remarkable. The sweep picking around 1:05 is something else. If more guitarists were that good at sweep-picking it wouldn't seem so over-used.

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