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    Default Re: Marty Friedman's picking style

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    We should create the "Marty Friedman > You" club. I saw that in another forum and I laughed my ass off...

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    Default Re: Marty Friedman's picking style

    Quote Originally Posted by ChileanGuy View Post
    We should create the "Marty Friedman > You" club. I saw that in another forum and I laughed my ass off...
    On MSN, my personal message is usually "Marty Friedman + Paul Gilbert > You"
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    Marty Friedman's hand is like that because of an injury, either while playing softball, or while playing guitar without warming up. And I think that without positioning one's wrist like that, one can get those bright harmonics and that vocal quality that make Marty's solos jump out to one's articulation by using upstrokes the way he does.

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    Sorry, I see this is a dead thread.

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    Thats the biggest load of **** because marty freidman is one the greatest guitarists on earth sooo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letus View Post
    Marty Friedman's hand is like that because of an injury, either while playing softball, or while playing guitar without warming up. And I think that without positioning one's wrist like that, one can get those bright harmonics and that vocal quality that make Marty's solos jump out to one's articulation by using upstrokes the way he does.
    In the metalhead to head on fuse he said it was his way of not muting the strings.

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    Reminds me of a bass pop/slap hand position adapted to pick. Makes sense about the no mute thing; I sometimes put my pinky down on the guitar to hold my hand away.
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    Default Re: Marty Friedman's picking style

    Quote Originally Posted by Letus View Post
    Marty Friedman's hand is like that because of an injury, either while playing softball, or while playing guitar without warming up. And I think that without positioning one's wrist like that, one can get those bright harmonics and that vocal quality that make Marty's solos jump out to one's articulation by using upstrokes the way he does.
    I couldn't find references for that.
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