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Do you know the Dave Mustaine? From Megadeth’s album, it made My Business Good! To the more recently released TH1RT3EN, Dave Mustaine’s sound, garnered by his signature Dave Mustaine Dean Guitar, is one heavy metal guitarists have long wanted to acquire. Over the band’s 30 active years, over 20 different musicians have officially performed as part of the group, with Mustaine being the only constant member. Megadeth is known for its distinctive with the Dave Mustaine Dean Guitar, technical instrumental style that often features dense, intricate passages and trade-off guitar solos, and for recurring lyrical themes including politics, war, addiction, personal relationships, and religion.

The band has sold over 50 million records worldwide with six consecutive albums being certified platinum or multi-platinum in the United States. Rust in Peace, Youthanasia, and Cryptic Writings all achieved platinum status. Countdown to Extinction, the band’s fifth and most successful record, has sold multi-platinum. Additionally, Risk has achieved gold certification. Since its inception, Megadeth has released fourteen studio albums and received eleven Grammy nominations.

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Do you know Dean Dave Mustaine Guitars orDave Mustaine? He is an American musician, best known as the founding guitarist/vocalist of the American heavy metal band Megadeth, and as the original lead guitarist for the American heavy metal band Metallica. Mustaine is considered to be one of the most influential heavy metal guitarists of all time.

Megadeth is an American heavy metal Dean Dave Mustaine Guitars band from Los Angeles, California, that was formed in 1983 by Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson. A pioneer of the American thrash metal movement, Megadeth rose to international fame in the 1980s and is ranked as one of the “Big Four of Thrash” along with Metallica, Slayer and Anthrax, who were responsible for creating, developing and popularizing the thrash metal sub-genre.

Though Dave Mustaine’s stint with Metallica may have been a very short one, it did one fabulous thing: it put his name out to thrash metal fans the world over. Once he got with Megadeth in the 80’s, he pulled them further into the spotlight as they ripped through their songs like unstoppable hell on wings.

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Dave Mustaine Interview — Guitar Interviews

“Marty Friedman is my favorite guitarist,” says Dave Mustaine. “Next to me, of course.”

Megadeth frontman Mustaine is sitting in a concrete-block warehouse in south Phoenix where the outdoor temperature is well over 100 degrees. In fact, the temperature inside is pretty close to 100 degrees as well, but Megadeth and producer Max Norman have built a little studio right in the middle of the warehouse, where they have had the good sense and forethought to add air-conditioning. This temporary studio, which is literally a building within a building, has served as the birthing room for Megadeth’s newest record Youthanasia. The reason for choosing Phoenix to record the follow-up to their platinum-selling Countdown to Extinction is that the city has become the band’s hometown, far from the strain and stress of Los Angeles. (In fact, Phoenix and its suburbs are attracting more and more noted guitarists and bands: Michael Schenker and George Lynch both call the city home, as do Alice Cooper, Rob Halford’s Fight, and local boys the Gin Blossoms.)

The choice of this particular warehouse is another matter completely. It’s in the worst part of town, where fire alarms, burglaries, and nighttime gun shots are regular occurrences. But Mustaine & Co. came here when their first choice for a hometown built studio fell through.

Dave Mustaine

I’ve seen people are just as amazing at guitar playing on most or all levels of guitar playing(speed, musicailty, technicality, musicianship, etc. ) but I haven’t seen anyone who can surpass him on any guitar playing level and he also does vocals and doesn’t look at the frets so his job is even harder.

So to recap, he is betterat al of this stuff than anyone else because he hasn’t been surpassed as a guitar player on any level and he he does vocals. And doesn’t look at his frets. Also did I mention he can solo while singing(this day we fight, chosen ones) and he can do taping where he can do single notes AND he can do taping where he plays full chords with his left and right hands instead of strumming the chords. He does this in looking down the cross.

+32More technically skilled than Hammett, but Hammett has better composition. However with all the effort put into Megadeths guitar work, Mustaine deserves to be top 10.

How the hell did jimmy paige and prince make it ahead of mustaine, freidman and dimebag darrell. jimmy paige plays the so called best solo ever made but i learnt to play it when i was 12. that just gos to show that metal is much more advanced then crap rock. dave mustaine should also be ahead of kirk hammett because hammett stole mustaines solos and got all the credit for it. dave mustaine is also a way faster and better guitarist then hammett is.

Dave Mustaine


Although he never appeared on any of their albums, guitarist Dave Mustaine lent a major hand in creating Metallica’s groundbreaking thrash metal sound. Born on September 13, 1961, in La Mesa, CA, Mustaine and his family had to move often while he was a youngster to escape the wrath of his alcoholic and violent father.

It was through his older sister that he was turned on to music (mostly the singer/songwriter folk sounds of Cat Stevens), but by his teenage years, Mustaine had become a major metal fan; teaching himself to play guitar while not learning from his father’s mistakes, he began indulging heavily in alcohol and shortly thereafter, hard drugs. It was during his tenure as a drug dealer that he was turned on to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (Iron Maiden, Saxon, Motörhead, Venom) from a “client” who would offer payment in the form of albums.

Living in the Los Angeles area by this time and inspired by this new heavy style, Mustaine set out to form a band patterned after the NWOBHM sound that would focus more on music than image (the complete opposite of what the entire glam metal scene of the Sunset Strip was doing at the time). Through a local paper ad, Mustaine hooked up with singer/guitarist James Hetfield, drummer Lars Ulrich, and bassist Ron McGovney – leading to the formation of Metallica.

Although the band’s sound and approach would eventually influence countless other metal bands, Metallica wasn’t succeeding in L.A. With McGovney not pulling his weight, the group welcomed new bassist Cliff Burton to the fold – but Burton would only join if the group relocated to San Francisco. With nothing to lose, the band made the trip, and instantly garnered a substantial following with their high energy live shows and a heavily circulated demo, No Life ‘Til Leather. The demo landed a record deal with the independent Megaforce label, but the group would have to relocate yet again, this time to New York.

Shortly after arriving, Metallica booted Mustaine from the band, citing that his self-destructive ways were proving detrimental to the others.

Deeply depressed, Mustaine returned back home on a bus. It was during the nearly weeklong ride that Mustaine came up with the name and concept for his next band, Megadeth – the subject matter and lyrics would be more thought provoking than his previous band’s, and the music would be even more intense and precise. Shortly after he returned home to California, Mustaine befriended a metal-loving/bass playing neighbor in his apartment, Dave Ellefson, who was the first to enlist in Mustaine’s new outfit. Drummer Lee Rash and former-Slayer guitarist Kerry King also signed on and began playing out (with Mustaine eventually handling the vocal chores in addition to guitar).

Dave Mustaine


As the founding member of Megadeth, Dave Mustaine developed a  distinct musical style as both a player and songwriter, drawing  his influences from a variety of rock styles.

What sets Megadeth  apart from other metal bands is Mustaine’s strong sense of melody,  great hooks and intelligent lyrics.

Dave’s main guitar is the ESP  DV8 Dave Mustaine Model, which he designed himself.