You'll love Robbert Hanenberg then, flowing arpeggio's are just his thing.That is interesting. I find myself only liking the sound of legato playing as well. In fact I have been working on tapped arpeggios as opposed to sweep picked arpeggios because I like the smoothness of the tapping. Are there any other players you can think of that are mostly legato players?
Kinda dug his stuff. Very melodic around the beat and a bit of feeling to it.Brett Garsed is a phenomenal legato player.
Sorry, but I dissagree. What I got from him was "Look at me I can play really fast with both hands."You'll love Robbert Hanenberg then [/url]
Thank you for posting another great dutch player! I didn't know the guy yet!
The point is not that players don't use alternate picking *at all* (heck, even Holdsworth does some of it)... but rather that legato phrases are the 'trademark' of their playing style. They use legato more often, and in more creative ways than the average guitarist.???????? has the definition of alternate picking changed? or are you specifically referring to a 32 note shred run?
You're kidding me...Sorry, but I dissagree. What I got from him was "Look at me I can play really fast with both hands."
Not really. We can't disagree on the fact that he has a very original and virtuoso way of playing legato/arpeggio's. I think "He plays really fast with both hands" isn't doing his playing justice.We will have to agree to disagree.