Andy James
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A little insparado.

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Whatever floats your boat I guess, but it does nothing for me.

It sure looks impressive, and I am sure it takes more skill than I will ever have, and its taken years of practice.... but is it just me or does that stuff sound crap once you look away?
which begs the question..... why?
OK OK, stop that or you will have an aneurism - lol - I know some of you like it.

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Jan 8 2007, 10:27 PM
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I personally love it. I thought it was very melodic in an interesting way. Plus it demonstrated the application of three important techniques many of us are working on: Sweeps, alternate picking, and tapping... Not to mention the string-skipping.

Try some of these out

E-------------------------------------------12----15----19T--------
B-------------------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------14----17----21T---------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------------
E---12----15----19T-----------------------------------------------

(Practice up and down.)

An extension of that would be:

E-------------------------------------------15----19----22T------------
B----------------------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------14----17----21T-------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------
E---12----15----19T------------------------------------------------------

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Jan 8 2007, 10:35 PM
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I love music like that:D

Can you find tabs on that?
What is the band name?

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QUOTE (Norven @ Jan 8 2007, 03:35 PM) *
Can you find tabs on that?
What is the band name?

No tabs that I know of. Like I already said, his name is Andy James. That's solo instrumental guitar music, but he does or at least did have a band called Fallen Ikarus.

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Jan 9 2007, 01:24 AM
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I know that tune. What is that the intro to? (he he)

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Andy's song "Underworld". You don't know that tune.

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QUOTE (InstruMental Case @ Jan 9 2007, 12:27 AM) *
Try some of these out

E-------------------------------------------12----15----19T--------
B-------------------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------14----17----21T---------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------------
E---12----15----19T-----------------------------------------------

(Practice up and down.)

An extension of that would be:

E-------------------------------------------15----19----22T------------
B----------------------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------14----17----21T-------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------
E---12----15----19T------------------------------------------------------


These patterns present a very interesting arpeggio approach. Not very different from some of the tapping patterns we have covered in the tapping lessons. (this one uses string skipping and wider stretches)

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Jan 9 2007, 11:54 AM
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that e minor triad arp in 3 octaves can paul gilbert play without tapping biggrin.gif /m/

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QUOTE (fretdancer @ Jan 8 2007, 08:14 PM) *
Whatever floats your boat I guess, but it does nothing for me.

It sure looks impressive, and I am sure it takes more skill than I will ever have, and its taken years of practice.... but is it just me or does that stuff sound crap once you look away?
which begs the question..... why?
OK OK, stop that or you will have an aneurism - lol - I know some of you like it.


quote: Michael Angelo Batio: "If its too fast for you, you're too old." hehe

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Jan 9 2007, 01:01 PM
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QUOTE (ezravdb @ Jan 9 2007, 11:05 AM) *
quote: Michael Angelo Batio: "If its too fast for you, you're too old." hehe


Well that sounds about right - lol - ya cheeky young whippersnapper wink.gif
and while your at it - turn the sodding thing down... ha ha ha ha

if its more than 40bpm its way too fast...whoa boy - slow that thing down.

I guess I slowly turned into my grandpa!

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QUOTE (ezravdb @ Jan 9 2007, 01:54 PM) *
that e minor triad arp in 3 octaves can paul gilbert play without tapping biggrin.gif /m/


And Shawn Lane could play the exact same pattern as Andy but only with his left hand (clarification: no tapping, huge stretch, unbelievable speed and accuracy). amazing

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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 9 2007, 01:04 PM) *
And Shawn Lane could play the exact same pattern as Andy but only with his left hand (clarification: no tapping, huge stretch, unbelievable speed and accuracy). amazing


holy shit with legato? and hes right hand behind his left hand at the fretboard ohmy.gif good challenge smile.gif laugh.gif

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I guess Shawn wouldn't have had any problems pulling it of with picking either... Al though he was probably a little faster with legato - but it's nothing I know for sure...

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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 9 2007, 04:21 PM) *
I guess Shawn wouldn't have had any problems pulling it of with picking either... Al though he was probably a little faster with legato - but it's nothing I know for sure...


me either, but while standing whoa... ohmy.gif
Do you guys have any tips on playing while standing like bending your knies or something. and putting your guitar right under your chin laugh.gif biggrin.gif tongue.gif

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QUOTE (ezravdb @ Jan 9 2007, 11:02 AM) *
me either, but while standing whoa... ohmy.gif
Do you guys have any tips on playing while standing like bending your knies or something. and putting your guitar right under your chin laugh.gif biggrin.gif tongue.gif

I've seen some great players drop down with their right knee on the floor to perform more difficult passages.

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I've seen some great players drop down with their right knee on the floor to perform more difficult passages.


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