Drag The Waters (Cover) - Daniel Holden
Drag The Waters (Cover) - Daniel Holden
Here is my cover of Pantera's Drag The Waters
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Any feedback would be appreciated
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Since buying the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars last year for $770 million Wholesale Jerseys 2016 , auto-parts billionaire Shahid Khan has been trying to revive one of the NFL's worst teams. He's brought in new coaches and players. He's upgraded team facilities and added fan amenities
. And this fall, he's sending the Jags onto the field with a dramatic new look: a menacing logo, a striking two-tone helmet, and a completely redesigned jersey. "It's got to look cool," Khan says of the attire. "We want to signify this is a new direction, a fresh start. We need more fans."
Overhauling uniforms as a way to amp up enthusiasm and merchandise sales is an increasingly popular strategy in the pro-sports world. In recent years, teams such as the NBA's Brooklyn Nets
, MLB's Toronto Blue Jays, and the NFL's Seattle Seahawks have generated buzz with eye-catching reboots, and the pace of such face-lifts only seems to be increasing. "Redesigns have always been a part of sports
, but things are different now," says Paul Lukas, creator of Uni Watch, a popular blog that covers "athletics aesthetics." For one thing, there's more at stake: Annual merchandise revenue for the NFL, MLB, and NBA is at record levels, with the NFL alone raking in an estimated $9.5 billion in total revenue
. And teams must now work harder than ever to attract fans' endlessly divided attention.
For the Jaguars' redesign, Khan worked with Nike, which last year began making NFL uniforms as part of a reported $1.1 billion deal that lasts through 2016
. (The company is also behind the less-bold 2013 uniform tweaks for the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings.) The goal was to create something flashy and different, but not too radical for either the team's supporters or the NFL, which has to approve all uniform-design changes (the league designs logos itself). "We err on the side of evolution, as opposed to revolution, which is where we have a healthy debate going with
," says Leo Kane, the NFL's senior vice president of consumer products. "We've encouraged them to push us."
The helmet's unique design fades from matte black in front to shiny gold in the rear.
Nike's Jags jersey is made out of
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An armed-forces-style badge is a nod to Jacksonville's sizable military community.
The belt adds hidden padding
, which could help players avoid hip pointers, a common injury.
When a player interlaces his hands just the right way, the gloves create a single image, the team logo.
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. The helmet, a groundbreaking design with a matte-black finish in front that fades into shiny gold in back, is meant to evoke the hunting style of a big cat, which stalks its prey in the shadows before pouncing. And the new team logo features a less-goofy jaguar head than the original, introduced in 1995. "We heard 'The cat has an overbite' or 'It looks like a cartoon,'" says the Jags' Khan. "You listen. That is vital. Where is the threshold where NFL you hit some nerves and offend fans? You want to respect the history, even though it may be short."
Oh and to the guy asking if i need another guitar, I love the guitar i have right now but it was a gift. I've been wanting to get a new one but i've been struggling to pull the cash together. Also, who wouldn't want a dimebag signature? :P
Just wanted to thank everyone who voted :) Really appreciated.
Awesome (: you should be alot higher up, especially after having seen the guys above you.
What a handsome fellow playing the guitar! With those hands he must be pretty great at Halo. And pleasing Sheep.
I'm Dan, from sunny Scotland.
I've been playing guitar for about 3 years.
My idols are Dimebag and Zakk Wylde
My favourite bands are Pantera, Black Label Society, Black Sabbath and Metallica
I hope you enjoy my cover, any feedback would be appreciated