#3
If you mean where it sounds like
doodly doodly doodly doodly doo and then it goes whee doodly whee doodly and the wheeeer wheer and the cha-biiing.

Actually he was just y'know <_<
Doing runs... Unless you mean he was doing sweeping and tapping.
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#4
It's just a scale played with a lot of hammer ons and pull offs with tapping. Honestly, the only interesting things I heard in that whole video were the country fried jams and the clean passages he did from 5ish minutes on.
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#5
hey im not saying it was godlike i just wanted to know what scale it was an what not o.o
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#7
but can you tell me specifically what scale?
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#8
PS: i like the country part, and i like the weird noise at the beginning

man buckethead is good
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#9
hmm....
ive only been playin a year so you shouldnt be askin me
sorry i barely know the major scale
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#11
In the 70s when I did stuff like that I was told it was nothing but noise. LOL Nobody liked it now everyone does it and they are loved.


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In the 70s when I did stuff like that I was told it was nothing but noise. LOL Nobody liked it now everyone does it and they are loved.


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I hate to bust your little bubble but I was very, very good at it the problem was I was the only one doing it around here back then. My band had a song where I did the intro with my guitar in my lap playing it like a piano! People couldn't believe I was actually playing it on the guitar. You have to realize In the early to mid 70s that type of guitar playing was just not done regardless how good it was. People really didn't get basic tapping until Eddie Van Halen made it famous. I know he didn't invent it but most people had no clue what it was until they saw or heard him play.

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I hate to bust your little bubble but I was very, very good at it the problem was I was the only one doing it around here back then. My band had a song where I did the intro with my guitar in my lap playing it like a piano! People couldn't believe I was actually playing it on the guitar. You have to realize In the early to mid 70s that type of guitar playing was just not done regardless how good it was. People really didn't get basic tapping until Eddie Van Halen made it famous. I know he didn't invent it but most people had no clue what it was until they saw or heard him play.

John


regardless of what anyone says he is right nothing like this was popular or cared for until Eddie Van Halen.. the 70's had no room for guitars like this
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