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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by storycounter, Apr 21, 2010.
really not that amazing, dude
I'm wondering why he needed 8 strings for that :s I really hope this is sarcastic.
what... what did he do to that lower horn?!
also, running entirely clean with no fx but a chorus, and using fail mic placements = fail!
its like a shitty james bond theme cover
That sounded like ass.
To the OP:
No. This is an amazing 8 string player:
...I think I just saved the thread... just
i always have to laugh about the very last second of that clip. that empty stare and the "hm!" before it cuts out is hilarious.
You sure did save it!
Both of you!!
Guitar is not always about how fast you can play
Its about emotions and feelings and this is why I find Bogdan Grad to be a true master
This video almost made me cry the first time I was watching it on youtube....
Just look at the passion in the man eyes! He is a real artist!
Playing slowly over a tired techno beat does not equal emotion.
i dunno man. i'm finding his playing very stiff, cold and mechanical. and extremely predictable .
He just isn't doing anything musically compelling regardless of speed, in my opinion at least. I could say the same about that Marshall Harrison video posted above.
Though, did you even take the time to watch the Tosin Abasi video that Tom posted? Where is the super fast emotionless sweeping you speak of?
I know everyone is entitled to their opinions. You may like his music better than others which is completely understandable, fast playing isn't for everyone.
But really? A true master?? That is where I disagree like WHOA.
I call troll.
very nice playing but not the thype of thing I would listen too when relaxing
His vibrato and phrasing is horrible in my opinion. His playing and composition skills to me is the equivalent of watching paint dry. It's not because he's not technical, it just lacks melody.
Wouldn't call him a true master either.
What i will say is that he seems to be doing what he loves and that is all what matters in the end.