Its all in the fingers, or is it?

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BY Basket Case
#847466
jeremyb wrote:


Wow, that was awesome! Some great content in there that I'd like some parents who push their kids too hard to see!
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BY jeremyb
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Basket Case wrote:
jeremyb wrote:


Wow, that was awesome! Some great content in there that I'd like some parents who push their kids too hard to see!


Shes freakin' amazing, massive fan of her playing!!
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BY MattH
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Eric Haugen is great. I found him when researching details about my new guitar the other day.

He has a really nice touch on the instrument, and comes up with all sorts of great ideas - his phrasing is great!

He has a whole playlist of Marc Ribot lessons too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSEA2WaK7gw
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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Basket Case wrote:Wow, that was awesome! Some great content in there that I'd like some parents who push their kids too hard to see!

Yeah I dig her playing too, very inventive and refreshing to listen to
BY foal30
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Jacob Collier deconstructs Stevie Wonder's "Sir Duke"

Polyphonic - Stevie Wonder Classic Run
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BY Bg
#847794
foal30 wrote:Jacob Collier deconstructs Stevie Wonder's "Sir Duke"

Polyphonic - Stevie Wonder Classic Run


Love playing that either on guitar or bass. The drums are spectacularly crap when taken out of context :)
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BY MattH
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Richard Thompson.

Triple threat. Wrote a raft of fucking incredible songs. Kills it on acoustic. Kills it on electric.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLypHd3hJdU

He goes right out to the edge of the universe and back again when he plays. He takes licks and melodies from anywhere and everywhere - Hendrix, Django, mariachi, Elgar, there's even a fucking sea shanty in the middle of that solo. Brilliant.
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BY Molly
#847937
MattH wrote:Richard Thompson.

Triple threat. Wrote a raft of fucking incredible songs. Kills it on acoustic. Kills it on electric.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLypHd3hJdU

He goes right out to the edge of the universe and back again when he plays. He takes licks and melodies from anywhere and everywhere - Hendrix, Django, mariachi, Elgar, there's even a fucking sea shanty in the middle of that solo. Brilliant.


He's a great songwriter too. This is one of my favourites.

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