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I can do much of what he does, but it is a chore, it is like playing Twister with my fingers. His fingers look like a daddy long legs hovering over the strings.
Al DiMeola: Toughest guitarist to copy?
Holy DiverFeb 28, I thought Tony MacAlpine not too shabby either. He has huge hands and it appears he can do runs that reach across 5 frets with ease, and he has some really bizarre chord structures and technique in forming them. It just jelled for me. Basically no great guitarist can be copied, maybe imitated and yet the original will always be many steps ahead.
Who is toughest to copy depends on what style of music you play.
There are many good but not feh Al Di Meola. SirNoseDVoidMar 1, They have a huge list of guitar players doing a very good “Brian May” impersonation. Speed is great, if you’re drag racing, but even though I can wear a Fender extra heavy pick down to a soft round in a single day with extremely silly fast runs, I rarely kaster that speed, a little goes a long way in making music.
But from time to time the “real one” visits the shows and rehearsals and plays with them.
Holdsworth was the tightest guitarist I’ve seen live. Your name or email address: There is no other like him.
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Al Di was good but he went overboard showing off with the speed trills. YovraMar 1, Newark New Jersey, United States. Al Di Meola is unique! He breaks a string during the beginning of the solo, then Jeff Sipe and Jonas Hellborg do a nice improv jam, then Shawn comes back in and kills it.
Took me years to turn that around. For example, I think jazz guitarists would find him far easier to copy than primarily bllues guitarists. GuildX and Atmospheric like this. I started out playing fast, honestly It has not only a great technique but combines incredible so any genre with jazz, whether flamenco, bossa, tango Also, it is a matter of who you would WANT to copy.
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Unlike your typical shred monsters that plays the d boring but fast solos, exactly the same way every time, Shawn would never play any solo the same way twice On slower he can be a bit ‘hammy’ with the note bending, but that’s a matter of taste.
Speed is the last thing to consider, because anything you can learn to do slow you can do insane practice to the point of doing fast.
Probably someone like Derek Bailey or Dot Wiggin. If you haven’t seen any of this series, you should start at the beginning to understand fully the downward pick slant technique employed by Eric and Yngwie and many others. John Fell and mooseman like this. Discussion in ‘ Music Corner ‘ started mastef MonosterioFeb 6, I once talked to the musical supervisor of “We will rock you”.
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Do you already have an account? And it’s immediately audible Wish he had done more.
AtmosphericMar 1, GuildXMar 1, SirNoseDVoidFeb 28, I know I could never ever get anywhere near – and yet it’s highly enjoyable.
I personally think one of the hardest guitarists to copy well for me would be Steve Howe, not because what he does would be all that impossible to figure out, but because I don’t have long thin fingers.
It can be done, but you have to start at age ten and start playing these scales for hours a day! One of the toughest things to copy from his style is that he almost never uses sweep picking techniques, it’s all strict alternate picking at high tempo.
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You must log in or sign up to reply here. I suppose if you put in enough time with the metronome and disciplined practicing, you’ll see a definite improvement in speed and accuracy over the course of a few months although I also think that some people have more of a natural aptitude for that type of playing than others, just like sports.
Check out this video, from John FellFeb 28, From time to time I love to see people like him or Tommy Emmanuel and it’s like watching an illusionist. SynthfreekFeb 28, No, create an account now. The toughest thing to learn is the harmonic language some of the advanced guys like Holdsworth or Shawn Lane or basically any jazz great, Charlie Parker, Wayne Shorter etc. No one could ever emulate Shawn Lane