#1
Is it very hard to do? I'd like to know if there are any actual slap guitarists that are any good at it and how long it took them.
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#2
Try it and see if it's hard for you. But yeah, some guitarists do it, if that's your question.
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#4
It's harder than bass but that's all I know. I haven't really tried it.
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#5
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It's harder than bass but that's all I know. I haven't really tried it.

Mostly becuase of the distance between the strings being smaller and the tension of the strings being lighter.
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Victor and his brother playing. The percussive nature of slapping suits a bass better, in my opinion. That's how it started on bass. Guitar just doesnt have the drum like thump (A muted E string on bass for example is very bass drum like).

Man do I love Victor Wooten's bass playing. Unreal. Makes me want to grab my bass every time I hear it.
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