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#5
Wow, that was awesome!

That was that kid that was in that video called "8 year Virtuoso Shredding" or something like that and a bunch of people gave him ****. He became badass now, hopefully he continues to progress like this.
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#8
The kid probably makes decent money doing that...
Originally posted by TapMaster
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#9
On one hand, it's really awesome to see someone with such technique on such a low age.. on the other hand, he's probably one of those kids that basically gets pushed into this by his parents (like those many chess child prodigies). I hope he'll find it fun.
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#12
Quote by Wiegraf
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8EJ-4RHjs0

Same kid playing Get Out of My Yard in Standard tuning.




...





That was awesome.
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Well, you might make her think otherwise.

You could just show her that you have a PS3 and BANG.

Heterosexual.


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#13
I read the topic title as "sacrificed by 11 year old"
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#14
Bet he's been playing almost all his life. Still he's cool, I wish I could play scarified.
#15
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That kid will never have problems getting laid.


Mmm he probably will... From sitting in room all day practicing, becoming socially retarded.
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#17
He's John Petrucci's son o.o

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#20
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Er, I'm totally not impressed.

>.>


<.<


On an unrelated topic I am off to practice.


I've almost never seen you impressed...

I don't understand some of you people.
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Well, you might make her think otherwise.

You could just show her that you have a PS3 and BANG.

Heterosexual.


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A chainsaw can take a girl off her feet pretty nicely. Then there are less limbs to worry about while you rape her.
#22
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He's John Petrucci's son o.o

No, he isn't.
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This kid is a Russian called Anton Oparin.
#23
Quote by Freepower
If you didn't watch the vid of GTOMY in standard, that's what I was impressed with.


Oh, I'm stupid , I didn't catch the sarcasm in your post haha...My point still stands...sometimes...
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Well, you might make her think otherwise.

You could just show her that you have a PS3 and BANG.

Heterosexual.


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A chainsaw can take a girl off her feet pretty nicely. Then there are less limbs to worry about while you rape her.
#25
No, wait, I haven't even seen PG do it in standard. He always does the re-tuning thing... Unless I haven't seen enough. The reason I was so shocked by the kid is because he's doing it note-perfect and cleanly, in standard.
#26
^^ Thats how the Japanese band score has GOOMY tabbed and I dont have a clue why because they get Three Es for Edward right tuning-wise.

Try it though, its one hell of a practise routine.
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#28
Quote by Myung-trucci
Man, I'm 13 and I can't play half as good as that...


Well, how long have you been playing? About how many hours of real practice have you given?

I'm guessing his hours of real practice are higher then yours. It isn't a matter of how old you are, it's a matter of how much you have been playing.

Bravo to the kid, glad he likes to play guitar and does so well.
#30
Quote by sheumack111
The kid is a parrot.


And so's everyone when they start out. Let alone at that age. Lay off.

Aside from that, being my overly critical self, he needs to get some proper vibrato first

One can only hope he doesn't burn out on it by the time he gets older... Which is going to be hard to avoid, I think.
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#31
You never know. I'll be watching this anyway, a kid who's even aware of muting and correct technique is fairly impressive. I'm really hoping he's got some rhythm guitar skillz though.
#32
The only problem I see is if the kid isn't a musical person, he'll never have any will to make music and his technique will be left to waste.

....or maybe I can make him play my spider army composition...hmmm....
Originally posted by TapMaster
If you break a JEM you know your going to go to hell when you die

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#33
probably just some kid getting pushed by his parents and plays all day and night.
no feeling and emotion, and it's a little bit too perfect.
#34
I should kill myself for not being able to play Scarified as well as him. However, that Get Out of My Yard video sounded like shit in my opinion.
#35
I still don't get what's so impressive about that video. There's really nothing "musical" involved in that performance. That's what you get when you lock your kid in a basement for a couple of years and give him food only when he gets 10 bpm faster. Anybody can do that with correct amount of practice.
#36
Quote by Stratwizard
I still don't get what's so impressive about that video. There's really nothing "musical" involved in that performance. That's what you get when you lock your kid in a basement for a couple of years and give him food only when he gets 10 bpm faster. Anybody can do that with correct amount of practice.


^^ Jealous. End of story.

*Edit* Just listened to your videos on youtube your a great player. Keep up the good work.
Last edited by Mase947 at Dec 14, 2008,
#37
Quote by Stratwizard
I still don't get what's so impressive about that video. There's really nothing "musical" involved in that performance. That's what you get when you lock your kid in a basement for a couple of years and give him food only when he gets 10 bpm faster. Anybody can do that with correct amount of practice.



Talent exists. Some people can get to be able to do that faster than other people, and not everyone gets correct practice, define correct practicing.

edit: Just saw your vidss and yeah you can play with a nice use of dynamics like a real guitar player should. But I think it's still impressive to see an 11 year old play that fast, let that kid grow and he'll be playing like you want him to
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#38
He has the skills to go pretty far, but his vibrato needs work. It's still pretty cool to see other people that are around my age like technical guitar playing and enjoy practicing etc. He should move to my town
#39
Quote by Stratwizard
I still don't get what's so impressive about that video. There's really nothing "musical" involved in that performance. That's what you get when you lock your kid in a basement for a couple of years and give him food only when he gets 10 bpm faster. Anybody can do that with correct amount of practice.


... yes, but how many people actually do that much practice?
#40
Indeed its the same as 'everyone could be that knowledgable about mongolian history' 'Everyone could run 100m in under 10 seconds' 'Everyone could be a healthy weight'. Props to the kid for doing it, at least he looks like hes enjoying himself.
Originally posted by TapMaster
If you break a JEM you know your going to go to hell when you die

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