When I tuned in to watch a playthrough of Whitechapel’s “Our Endless Warr,” I was unbelievably disappointed to see no Warr guitar at all. It’s just Alex Wade with a normal 7-string. Talk about false advertising. Not only that, but he’s picking all the guitar parts. I mean, I know you can play a Warr with a pick, but let’s be honest: they’re made to be tapped on. What a waste of money to buy a Warr and then just pick all your parts.
It’s almost like they wrote these riffs on a guitar and then integrated the Warr at the last minute to dupe the millions of Warr guitar fanatics who will buy anything with a touch instrument on it. It may have catapulted Whitechapel into the Billboard top 10, but at what cost?
Source: Guitar World