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Old 10-28-2007, 04:48 PM   #1
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Default Andy McKee... worth a listen I assure you!

I have to say I just discovered this guy today and I really like how he plays... so much so that I just purchased his latest CD. is where I downloaded it... easy process and only $10 US.

I'd suggest you check him out...

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Old 10-29-2007, 04:05 AM   #2
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I've seen that one so many times...

There's a lot of guys playing that slap-style.

He is good at it, but can he play Freebird?

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This guy reminds me a lot of the late Eric Roche (who pioneered this style of playing, I think). Someone posted a similar link a while back. I tried searching for it, but came up empty. Anyway, great stuff! I really enjoy this unique style of guitar.

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in the thread I can't find - it's an OK cover by a Korean kid of Roche's fairly creative Nirvana arrangement.
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Stanley Jordan is another guy with a very unique style. Different; working from a jazz context, and much less percussive. Still, though, a completely different way to approach the guitar as an instrument, essentially 100%-tapping, and with the technique ultimately remaining secondary to the music (not playing as a purely masturbatory exercise).

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