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Thread: a touch guitarist is here!

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    Registered User sixstrings121's Avatar
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    By the way, this is like the most awesomest thing I've ever found on guitar. Thanks for pointing it out. I've seen Les Claypool do two hand tapping a lot but I never knew what it was called. This Technique is fuun

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    Hey Level Five-

    Man that Stick is awesome. Who knew there were such instruments around- I'm glad that I'm a part of a forum where people can open my eyes to these things. I only wish I could hear more of it- think you could show me some more sites to find some of this instrument? Also- how does it sound just as full as a 4-5 member band?
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    Love that version of 'Linus and Lucy' such a clear, bright sound!!!

    Is that just 8-finger tapping or do you use thumbs as well?

    If the thumbs are used I could see close similarities between these players and the way Jeff Healy uses his fretting hand!

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    5 years, still suck.. Leviathon's Avatar
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    That is absolutely awesome... I want one...
    "The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work."

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    hmm...good finger independance excersizes would be Bach and pretty much anything Baroque. There's also some classical guitarists like Julian Arcas that you can pretty much use octave displacement and learn from those songs by example. Any Bach song would be pretty much a good excersize in finger independance. Good luck and I look forward to hearing some of your clips using the Stick.
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