#3
Yeah, its a pretty common technique really, been around since the van halen days afaik, probably before
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#5
congrats, nicely done

tapping `chordly has been round alot longer than evh it has been used in classical techniques for a couple of hundred years and was used in medieval perioids aswell. even in the seventies there was a couple of guys tapping but i can`r remenber who they were.
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#6
Stop trying to show off great job
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#7
Very good sounding tapping. I was expecting EVH style tapping but this was much better.
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Quote by bonesofghosts
ooo i like it, this is the kind of tapping I am trying to learn as well

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hehe thx
i found this video most helpful when i started!
hope it helps u too!
#12
Quote by Streetking07
I think everyone has done this once in there lives..



makes u feel old watchin it doesnt it?
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#13
Quote by Vlasco
Very good sounding tapping. I was expecting EVH style tapping but this was much better.

yeah i thought the same thing
then i watched the video and it sounds pretty badass i gotta admit.
keep it up TS!!!
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