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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly_D
    One thing that strikes me, your right hand is not terribly busy, and that's surprising to me.
    An AVI video can't display frames that fast. You're probably only seeing one in four frames.

    DiminisheD-7th; that was outstanding. Very fun.

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    Default Re: Shred Video Clip

    Sweeeeeet. Very excellent playing. Way beyond my abilities, and I've been playing more than four years.

    The way the video was made makes your hands look like you're a ghost.

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    Thats pretty crazy on the eyes and ears

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    I've been playing 7 years and consider myself accomplished for someone who has been playing pretty dedicated (self taught).

    Your talent is unnatural. It's true that some people have a gift. I'm hoping mine is with melody, because speed wise, I'll never match anyone remotely close to you.

    You accomplished this much in 2 years, if you keep at it, there's not a doubt in mine (or I'm guessing anyone else's here) that you'll become the next John Petrucci/Steve Vai/Joe Satriani/Yngwie Malmsteen...

    I kinda wish I didn't see that. I see talented youngsters like you and I know I can never match that in a lifetime what you've accomplished in two years. Talent like that just blows my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtieToo
    An AVI video can't display frames that fast. You're probably only seeing one in four frames.

    Actually, when sweeping like that, the right hand really doesn't have much movement. Just slow strumming really, but more controlled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_Chris

    I kinda wish I didn't see that. I see talented youngsters like you and I know I can never match that in a lifetime what you've accomplished in two years. Talent like that just blows my mind.
    i reluctantly agree, i have been playing for 2 years, 1 1/2 with a teacher, and i have had no previous guitar experience before that...but DAMN! that was amazing, i cant get the sweep down i have LOTS of issues with it..the main on is that i cant do it lol. but i wanna learn how. man watching that made me feel like i have accomplished nothing in my 2 years of playing, i wish i had a better way to record so i could try and get my stuff on the board, maybe some tips on my own stuff would help. all i have to say is congratso n the playng....u put me to shame

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    HOLY UNOLY JESUS Man, Thats some crazy playin for someone who's playin 2 years..


    MY hats off to you Sir.....Goes to show you what one can do when their mind is set and determined..

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    Oh an natural Talent also
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    Default Re: Shred Video Clip

    Ya know Diminished,

    Before these guys give ya a big head , Now would be the perfect time to find a drummer who can count to 4.

    Don't be one of those guys who just shreds in their bedroom. The human dynamic is really important in becoming a well rounded musician.

    You've got the chops to play with pros twice your age .
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    thanks again guys

    i've been thinking though
    that these shred drills are so damn much easier to do than an improvisation i recorded the other day. and nevertheless, playing very fast impresses people alot more.
    i also find that when i pick up a guitar in a guitarstore. if i play jazz/fusion licks (i consider them to be harder) no one gives a crap, but when i start running i get alot of attention.
    maybe its my lousy fusion playing
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    D7th - Totally awesome, It's guys like you and Nuntius that give me the inspiration to keep playing.

    Quote Originally Posted by nuntius
    a rule i use when practising is this - if i make one mistake i go back to the start of the piece.

    if i do this 3 times, i have to play it slower.

    dont let yourself get away with mistakes otherwise they will incorporate into your technique- which nobody wants
    That reminds me of some bio-feedback theory I read once - something about inadvertantly learning the mistakes you make as strongly as the parts you get right, that's why alot of people will make the exact same mistake over and over again.

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    Great thing...hehe you are a crazy man
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    i usually hate kids like you because they are usually so full of themselves but you are very humble about it. i like how you started of classicly. im sure it helps. good job
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    yes-fan i hate their guts too.
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    Default Re: Shred Video Clip

    i think a lot of people lie about their age here... =P man, i'm still stumped.. sure, i can fake the speed and shredding.. but mine looks more like malmsteen going crazy.. nowhere near that clean.. and sweeping like that, usually ends like a wet dream
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    im curious..

    how much did the classical guitar really help you as far as your electric playing? im guessing for sweeping, that would help alot but what else?

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    classical guitar realy helps you to sound out more, even more than on an american-style acoustic guitar.
    also classical guitar has alot of "rules" on how to properly play the guitar, right and left hand techniques and proper positioning, and most importantly left hand fingerings.
    the fretboard is alot bigger so you gotta develop all your fingers alot earlier than usuall.

    there are tons of other factors im probably not thinking about right now.
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    I still cant believe your 15,, You will go far my son... Dont forget us when your all famous and we're all takin out the trash at a venue your headlining
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    That was awesome dude, I'm 15 also, and I can't even sweep a broom cleanly , let alone across the fretboard !!! But then again, I haven't really got serious yet into guitar...

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    y2stevo, maybe i should post some pictures to prove im 15 then
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