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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by distressed_romeo, Sep 9, 2007.
All in French, but it's still pretty clear what he's doing even if you don't speak it.
Aye, this is cool. Tom from To-Mera was telling me he met him, said he was a really cool dude. He seems it from that video, too
I HAVE to get Scott Mishoe's video somehow.
YouTube - Scott Mishoe private lesson 1995
I posted that Mishoe vid in a seperate thread a couple of months ago. Simply stunning. Have you got his album?
Nope, I only know him from Guitar On The Edge, the track Mal-Funk-Shen has one of my alltime favourite licks in it - there's an ascending run that just sounds amazing.
Omnidirectional? I tried like mad to get it a long time ago, never was able to. I haven't remembered it for a while. I should order it.
As a bonus, here's a slap guitar lesson from Guitar Player...
Good luck...whenever it shows up it's at absolutely insane prices. My copy's on a CD-R...
I was hoping that nowadays you could find copies on Amazon or through his site. Take it that's still a difficult album to get then
Just googled and couldn't even find a site for him on the first page of results. I did find this thread though, where you mention the only song you have is the only one I have :\
I got sent a link to download it by someone a few months after I started that thread.
Yeah, it sucks that his website's gone, but it hadn't been updated properly in a few years, and he doesn't have a myspace page as far as I know. Wonder if he's still doing anything musically these days...
Met Christophe at the London Guitar Show, great guy, has a great range of facial expressions whilst playing too!
Cool. I love how radically his expression changes when he starts playing. He goes from to as soon as he starts playing, and right back when he's done.
Thanks for that DR - helped me solve a string spacing issue on ERGs where I want to be able to slap & pop - obviously guitar spacing works fine.