Re: 11 yr old kid's technique seems pretty good?
- From: Greendistantstar <Greendistantstar@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2009 23:38:25 +0900
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 05:15:28 -0800 (PST), "Dr. Zontar"
On Nov 3, 3:22 am, Greendistantstar <Greendistants...@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
rmjon23 wrote:If this kid grows up and gets over his obsession with speed, he could
be fantastic. His bends are nice, and he shows some signs of
melodicism amidst the shred (granted, it's cloned from Paul Gilbert's
Youtube is full of pint-sized speed demons these days. It reminds me
of the 80's when every kid with a guitar was locked in his room
learning "Eruption" note-for-note. It didn't really impress me then,
and it doesn't now.
I'd say it doesn't impress me either but that would be more valid if I
could do it. Not saying you can't. Actually I had to turn it off 1/2
Having good technique is important if you want to play what you want to play comfortably....BUT...
when I listen to this it reminds me of an analogy. If you look up some tricky-to-pronounce words from a dictionary and taught yourself to say them very quickly, you would certainly have achieved something, but you wouldn't want to believe you were now a Shakespeare.
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