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post #46 of 87 (permalink) Old 10-28-2006, 07:53 AM
 
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u guys probably seen it but....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HC60XNiS-MQ
Yeah.........but its always worth watching again
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I guess he could if he wanted to... I heard it´s a phrasing thing, he doesn´t like the dynamics of sweeping.
yeah,that's right schutzfaktor.
I mean,the whole thing about "Paul Gilbert CAN'T play sweeps" is a complete nonsense.I guess he could play just about anything he comes up with.
Personally,I find string skipping more complicated than sweep picking.
I had a way lot more troubles learning that than sweep pick.
For all you non-believers out there,check out paul gilbert's intense rock video and see how demented that guy is(in a good sense,of course)
And the ending part of "Guitars from Mars 2" video where he plays that strange arpeggio sequences in some odd tuning(that he came up with) is enough to shut everyone's mouth,i guess...

and...oh yeah,

His new album "GOoMY" is brilliant.Extraodinary musicianship.Excellente.


cheers,

J.

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His new album "GOoMY" is brilliant.Extraodinary musicianship.Excellente.


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Re: Paul Gilbert playing 'Get Out of My Yard'

whoa !!! who needs sweep picking? its now obsolete !!!

heres the odd tuning vid

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRyfY...elated&search=

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All this sweep picking sounds good, but I think Satch still sounds cooler with his techniques.
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All this sweep picking sounds good, but I think Satch still sounds cooler with his techniques.
normally I would agree, but I think PG is a darn good player and if I were forced to decide then its Satch all the way BUT.... PG is an awesome player with a distinct and very nice style.
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normally I would agree, but I think PG is a darn good player and if I were forced to decide then its Satch all the way BUT.... PG is an awesome player with a distinct and very nice style.
Roger that! And who else is as eccentricly funny?

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normally I would agree, but I think PG is a darn good player and if I were forced to decide then its Satch all the way BUT.... PG is an awesome player with a distinct and very nice style.
My post sounds wrong, I like PG I think he's great don't get me wrong, just like you I'd say Satch all the way though!
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yea, its silly really to compare virtuoso guitarists !!!! when I watch them play I feel like a monkey banging on a tea chest in comparison....

PG has an eccentric charm for sure and Satch is as much of a nice guy as well an innovator such as as Hendrix, just try and stick a cigarette paper between them in the guitar hall of fame...
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So we've got three pages of discussion regarding how far reaching Paul Gilbert's talent is..... (huh?)

I seem to remember reading somewhere that PG finds the string skipping approach as just an interesting way to do sweep lines differently, that's all.

In that old school video, does anybody know what kind of Ibanez that is that he's playing?
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So we've got three pages of discussion regarding how far reaching Paul Gilbert's talent is..... (huh?)

I seem to remember reading somewhere that PG finds the string skipping approach as just an interesting way to do sweep lines differently, that's all.

In that old school video, does anybody know what kind of Ibanez that is that he's playing?
What i dont like about his attitude is that he SSs everthing now as if it sounds better in everycase, which it doesnt, like scarified sounds so much better when he used to sweep it.
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Paul gilbert is the best, that's about sum it up
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Paul gilbert is the best, that's about sum it up
hehe,yeah...that's quite right!
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whoa !!! who needs sweep picking? its now obsolete !!!

heres the odd tuning vid

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRyfY...elated&search=
SWEET!

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