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01-16-2010 08:44 PM
jemaholic
Re: Yngwie's lesson

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Originally Posted by Timbaline View Post
I can't really consider Paganini Neoclassical. He was a musician during the Romantic era, which is considered to be classical. Paganini was the original classical shredder.
True. Neoclassical was really during the world war era and Paganini was early 1800's. I can't let my guard down around you anymore.
01-16-2010 04:30 PM
Timbaline
Re: Yngwie's lesson

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Originally Posted by jemaholic View Post
Paganini was the original neoclassical shredder.
Uli introduced it to guitar, but The Yng took it and ran away with it.

Eddie learned dive-bombs from George Lynch -but he took it and ran.
I can't really consider Paganini Neoclassical. He was a musician during the Romantic era, which is considered to be classical. Paganini was the original classical shredder.
01-16-2010 03:23 PM
jemaholic
Re: Yngwie's lesson

Paganini was the original neoclassical shredder.
Uli introduced it to guitar, but The Yng took it and ran away with it.

Eddie learned dive-bombs from George Lynch -but he took it and ran.
01-16-2010 01:54 PM
Timbaline
Re: Yngwie's lesson

Uli Jon Roth is the original Neoclassical player.
01-16-2010 11:39 AM
jemswirl
Yngwie's lesson

Any question on who's the original and master player??


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