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Very guitarist who has spend thousands of hours practicing and has found his own ‘voice’ is very hard to imitate or copy. SynthfreekFeb 28, I’m not a huge fan of his solo a, but he does have impressive clean guitar chops. I can do much of what he does, but it is a chore, it is like playing Twister with my fingers.
For me, I think the two toughest guitarist in the world to copy accurately would be Lindsey Buckingham and Phil Keaggy. I started out playing fast, honestly Have seen him a number of times and we have always enjoyed his show.
No one could ever emulate Shawn Lane Discussion in ‘ Music Corner ‘ started by MonosterioFeb 6, There are many good but not as Al Di Meola.
On slower he can be a bit ‘hammy’ with the note bending, but that’s a matter of taste.
Also, it is a rfh of who you would WANT to copy. John FellFeb 28, He just uploaded a new one a few hours ago focusing on Eric Johnson’s picking technique. Holy Diver likes this. Probably someone like Derek Bailey or Dot Wiggin. GuildXMar 1, I can do lead runs in my sleep.
Al di Meola – REH Instrucional Video
I still need to work on my chord changes even now. Yes, my password is: SirNoseDVoidFeb 28, Going to see Di Meola in a couple months for my 14th wedding anniversary and can’t wait. It just jelled for me.
Wish he had done more. AtmosphericMar 1, Who is toughest to copy depends on what style of music you play. Basically no great guitarist can be copied, maybe imitated and yet the original will always be many steps ahead.
Al DiMeola: Toughest guitarist to copy?
I know I could never ever get anywhere near – and yet it’s highly enjoyable. I thought Tony MacAlpine not too shabby either.
No, create an account now. Black ElkFeb 28, John Fell and mooseman like this. It took a long time for me to learn how to slow down, but I’m glad I did.
Videk Di was good but he went overboard showing off with the speed trills. They have a all list of guitar players doing a very good “Brian May” impersonation.
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