Friedman, Marty

Friedman, Marty

Birthday: Dec 8, 1962
Website: http://www.martyfriedma...
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Marty Friedman is an American guitarist, most widely recognized and best known for his tenure as as lead/rhythm guitarist for thrash metal band Megadeth, which lasted close to ten years. He has resided in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan since 2003, and has hosted his own television programs, Rock Fujiyama and Jukebox English on Japanese television.

He has become a major force in the Japanese music scene, playing lead guitar in the bands of some of the country's most famous performers such as Nanase Aikawa. He also collaborated with famous j-pop and j-rock musicians such as KOTOKO and Nana Kitade.

Marty Friedman is also the producer of the Japan-based American heavy metal band Animetal USA, formed as a tribute to Eizo Sakamoto's (original) Animetal.

He did the composition of the song "Give Lee Give Lee Rock Lee", recorded by Animetal USA featuring Hironobu Kageyama on vocals.

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LegsDaddy | Jul 7, 10:21 PM
oh my lord it's Marty Weebman from MegaDesu

yaso | Jun 8, 4:43 PM
oooooohhhh boy
guess one of the best guitarist of all time here!!

YuiMikoto | Oct 20, 2016 2:35 AM
MEGADETH! lmao didn't know this until now

Mundt73 | Aug 4, 2016 10:06 PM
Anyone remember Cacophany?
Marty and Jason Becker used to wreck shit.
Sweeping arpeggios all day long.

hijikata215 | May 27, 2016 10:55 PM

Taurelion | Jan 17, 2014 10:45 PM

BroBro | Nov 24, 2011 2:10 PM
Fuck yeah, Megadeth.

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