Sick Riffs: Kohhei Matsuda and Yuki Tsujii teach you the avant-garde six-string psychedelia of Bo Ningen's Koroshitai Kimochi

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Sick Riffs: Kohhei Matsuda and Yuki Tsujii teach you the avant-garde six-string psychedelia of Bo Ningen's Koroshitai Kimochi

Check out this video of Japanese noise-rock icons Bo Ningen rockin out demonstrating a couple of riffs, while on the Oyaide NEO GS-5 cables, courtesy of Guitar World

Sick Riffs #90: At Guitar World, we love music that's a bit off the beaten track, so when the opportunity to present a Sick Riff from Japan noise-rock icons Bo Ningen presented itself, we jumped at the chance. The four-piece have crafted quite the niche over their near-15-year career, offering a plethora of unconventional arrangements and off-the-wall guitar riffs.
Guitarists Kohhei Matsuda and Yuki Tsujii join us to teach you the wacky riffs of their debut single, Koroshitai Kimochi. It's a time signature-fluid, tempo-shifting display of psychedelic wizardry, and we're certain you six-stringers will dig it.
 
Matsuda plays a Epiphone SG electric guitar through a Fender Vibro Champ amp via a Oyaide Neo G-Spot cable, and uses an Electrograve Ripper Fuzz pedal. Tsujii wields a 335-style electric.

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