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guitarbuddha

 

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Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 

So I saw this on the side panel on Youtube a few times and just got round to watching.

This guy did everything. He does everything that Greg Howe did plus the exact texture of Joe Satriani's Midnight then he puts on top of that the percussive approach that Andy Mckee stole from Preston Reed.

About the only thing he didn't do was cheesy arpeggio triplets on a single string.

D.

(woops thanks Tele)

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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

now we know the source of tapping. the difference between him and many metal tappers is that he has a good sense of rhythm

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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

The percussive double bass sounds @ 3:50 on were mighty...

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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

Awesome, you're right guitarbudda you can hear all kinds of modern influence on those runs he was doing.
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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

wow cool!

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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

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now we know the source of tapping. the difference between him and many metal tappers is that he has a good sense of rhythm

Careful there buddy!

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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to Leñador

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ORIGINAL: Lenador

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now we know the source of tapping. the difference between him and many metal tappers is that he has a good sense of rhythm

Careful there buddy!


Weren't me. Glass houses and all that.

D.
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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

:-)
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RE: Tapping on a Nylon String 1965 (in reply to guitarbuddha

On a CD sampler by Los Romeros there is the piece Improvisation on guajíras. If remember correctly this piece was recordet in 1969 or even 1963. Celedonio Romero (father & founder of L.R.) uses tapping technique. In 1993 I saw Los Romeros in Munich. Celedonio played his wonderful Guaíra with some tappings and then common technique. Suddenly he started playing by combined hammering + pulling and glissando technique by left hand only! While playing this passage for about 1 and a half minute, he had put his right hand to rest above onto the sides of the guitar. During this passage he used his right hand to play some rhythmical golpes. I had a seat above near the stage. As Celedonio started to play his "hammer passage", lots of people bowed a little foreward astonished about his playing. It was an amazing moment.

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