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White/Cream Faded 1966 Stratocaster
100 Watt All-Tube JVM410H
1960 Lead Cab-B
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#3
I don't think anyone has ever really agreed on a name for that style. I just call it acoustic percussive fingerstyle.
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#4
There's finger style in there. There's also a lot of string slapping. I noticed some tapping too. Tapping is more difficult to do on an acoustic than on an electric, but the other two are fairly standard techniques. He's using a carbon guitar, which does give him more volume than a wooden guitar that size ordinarily would.
#6
Probably the most well-known guitarists of that style on the scene today are artists on the Candy Rat music label, namely Andy McKee, Don Ross and Antoine Dufour. A guy who innovated the style early on (and is one of the greatest guitarists of all time as far as I'm concerned) is Michael Hedges.
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#7
Ambient fingerstyle lounge is as close as I can pinpoint it. This is why I hate genres. Steve Vai's weird stuff is considered instrumental rock just because it has guitar, drums and bass.
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#8
its kind of annoying that you have have to listen to a metronome while your trying to listen to a song.
#9
perussive guitar is what i would call it if you like this you schould listen to andy mckee