#1
Hi guys,

This guy sounds like he's playing 2 guitars in one!

You have to check him out!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4spvFtei4fw

Englishman in New York
Cover by Jerome Rico-Filipino!

This guy is so good and yet his guitar is only an Epiphone!

This proves it's not with the guitar, it's with the player!

Last edited by rock0n247 at Jun 18, 2010,
#4
never heard of this Tuck, but it kinda made me think Hendrix immediately as he used the technique that made it sound like (in his case) there was a guitar playing the rhythm (bass, kinda), one playing the melody and at times, one playing another melody on top.
#5
I like it when people play like this, They really know how to get the most out of their instrument. Thanks for posting it.
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#6
am I the only one who didn't like this? :s

it could just be because I hate the original but I got really annoyed by the rhythm, it kinda made me nervous and sounded unnatural



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#7
Quote by fc89konkari
never heard of this Tuck, but it kinda made me think Hendrix immediately as he used the technique that made it sound like (in his case) there was a guitar playing the rhythm (bass, kinda), one playing the melody and at times, one playing another melody on top.


On what song? I've never heard Hendrix playing separate bass, rhythm and melody lines simultaneously.