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I think it's interesting to contrast his current, fusion, and early days guitar work.

 

Seems like few guitarists have evolved from the '60s hey days as much as JB.

 

I get a kick out of this tune even though he's not doing the finger tapping part, but I'm sure he could if he wanted to take that bit. It's a high energy tune.

 

[video=youtube;p-XefAv6k-4]

 

But when I'm watching his early stuff, I'm like "Hey, I could do that!"

 

[video=youtube;e--e8fScb2A]

 

Frankly, I became a fan of his after he did "People Get Ready" with Rod Stewart. i just love the tone he got going on that. Soaring lead tones but not harsh. Very cool stuff.

 

[video=youtube;MC8IbPObd1o]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MC8IbPObd1o

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Love his old stuff.

 

Appreciate his evolution. Love it when people do their own things and don't care what others think.

 

But I just can't get into any of his "new" stuff. I'll watch it for a minute or two.....marvel at his talent.....then I get bored.

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wow jeff beck speaks well on his guitar. he's no shredder but he can say a lot with less notes. does have other instrumental songs aside from 'cause weve ended as lovers', 'two rivers', 'where were you', and 'becks bolero'?

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