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  • Technique in the Service of Song

    Saw this on HCGJ yesterday.
    It's probably been posted here, but just in case you missed it:



    Listen to the foot tap while the right hand goes wild - guitar Mastery. Then there's the song....


  • #2
    It's a shame there is a delay in the video and audio, what they call that" Latency or something.

    He's aways been a foot thumper (stomper) from way back. I still love his music and voice.
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    • #3
      Thanks J Man. I played that thing twice thru! The vid that is. I was inspired to jump on my git. And jumped right back off! I can't come close to that kind of play.
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      • #4
        Well ya need Hands the size of Hams in order to wrap them around the neck like he does................

        He is also a vivid painter too.
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        SteveO</font><br />
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        &quot; Ain't Go'n Down That Road Feel'n Bad No Mo&quot; <br />
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        • #5
          Thanks J Man. I played that thing twice thru! The vid that is. I was inspired to jump on my git. And jumped right back off! I can't come close to that kind of play.


          Very, very few can. Interesting too, to think that he was already this good before anyone had heard of him. Which was more years ago than I care to total up right this second. Maybe I should've titled this "Life" in the Service of Song.

          There are phenomenal players and then there are phenomenons.

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          • #6
            Chris Smither is a big foot guy also. Really turned my head around to the difference an additional sound can make to a solo guitar performance. Then there are the guitar "tappers" like Andy McKee, but that is a little different.

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            • #7
              Sweet. Dude has meat hooks for hands.
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