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#1
^^ Preferrably the one with the least whammy tricks. Thanks.
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#2
Building The Church, Lotus Feet, The Crying Machine, Blue Powder, Incantation,...
#4
Tender Surrender, Boston Rain Melody, Feathers, The Attitude Song and Funk Me Tender with Randy Coven are my favorites.
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#6
The only one I've actually attempted is Bad Horise, so that

I'm far too lame to play Vai's stuff.
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#7
bad horsie, if you have a slide.

for the love of god.

and whispering a prayer is really easy.
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#8
I like Blood and Glory, the British- themed song he made on Alive in an Ultra World.
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#9
Windows To The Soul, Boston Rain Melody, Brandos Costumes (Gentle Ways), The Crying Machine, Giant Balls of Gold; all great to play, and with little whammy usage.

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#10
Ah yes, The Crying Machine, forgot that one.
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#12
Tender Surrender, Building the church, and The Attitude Song only ones I've really looked into play. But I really want to learn to play Windows to the Soul, Feathers, and Freak Show Excess(Can't find any damn tabs for this song ANYWHERE).
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#13
for the love of god, bad horsie, die to live, frank

i cant really play any of them all the way through tho my guitar lacks the right ammount of frets and im not any good at improvising around those notes
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#18
Got about a minute into I Would Love To but I can't crack the solo. I just love to play the part I know though. I should really get Guitar Pro.
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#20
the audience is listening (still cant get down the clean intro part, the timing is so 0_o), windows to the sould, the crying machine, and km-pee-du-wee.
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#21
tender surrender, building the church, die to live, for the love of god
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#23
hmmm i've never seen someone play vai good. I've seen copies from Srv and play it feelwise perfect. I've also seen people play satriani and petrucii perfect. But never seen anyone do vai tastefull enough. To much people focus on the notes in stead of the note itself. too bad

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#25
yeah but that's what i mean note for note perfect but steve could play it other way around with completely different notes and still have that feel. That's EXACTly what I mean. Here the guy accentuates to much on the notes and tries to hard to get the feel and it gets a bit lifeless. Instead of try to get it you need to let it come to (or through) you. This it not inspired stuff but pure copy. Just to compare srv to hendrix; You could say Srv comes close to hendrix altough its completly different music. That because It's inspired and not copied. He plays it with the same look(s) toward music,people,life etc.

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#26
i finally found the word: Charisma. It lacks Charisma.

Look at this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zhTg-6QAlo&search=joe%20satriani%20friends

He doesn't use 20000 dollar effects chain and delay or whatever. But still i find this one of the most inspirational one. because he's really havin fun playing it and has charisma as wel as a certain flow going on.

I don;t even care if he has some errors going on it's inspirational and fun to watch unlike the zombeis that try to hard to capture someons sound and technique that they forget about the on most important thing; having fun.

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#27
For the Love of God, Tender Surrender (awesome love-making song), Juice, I'm the Hell Outta Here, and Bad Horsie (that is, without the whammy bar molestation )


I wish I could do Building the Church but I can't do teh uber tappingz.
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hmmm i've never seen someone play vai good. I've seen copies from Srv and play it feelwise perfect. I've also seen people play satriani and petrucii perfect. But never seen anyone do vai tastefull enough. To much people focus on the notes in stead of the note itself. too bad

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i finally found the word: Charisma. It lacks Charisma.

Look at this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zhTg-6QAlo&search=joe%20satriani%20friends

He doesn't use 20000 dollar effects chain and delay or whatever. But still i find this one of the most inspirational one. because he's really havin fun playing it and has charisma as wel as a certain flow going on.

I don;t even care if he has some errors going on it's inspirational and fun to watch unlike the zombeis that try to hard to capture someons sound and technique that they forget about the on most important thing; having fun.


Charisma's not the word you're looking for, conviction is.
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#30
Yeah exactly

But you can hear it in the playing as wel see it from a person if he enjoys it or not

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#32
My favourite is Tender Surrender by a long way, amazing song in my opinion.

Juice is great fun to play as well, can be rather trixxy at times though - I love the little tapping run going into the first solo
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Yeah exactly

But you can hear it in the playing as wel see it from a person if he enjoys it or not


I have to disagree and say not necessarily on this one.
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#34
If I could play a steve vai song, I would and I would play them all, but meh
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#35
but steve vai is almost everything about attitude that's exactly what his style is all about; Vai-circus. Plus it goes so deep and i didn't find anyone who can play it in his style. Same notes, different feel (or no feel)

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yeah this one is good everything perfect. but not all of his vai covers are perfect. But this one is.

But what i Actually mean is the thinking proces. played it just like stevie would or just like stevie did are 2 seperate things. For Instance If vai sees a bird flying by he could respond on that with his guitar playing. And that kind of weird things that's what makes Vai. Play like it's as easy as putting your socks on.

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#38
I Would Love To
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#40
Bad Horsie w/ whammy tricks.

...and ofcourse For The Love of God and Tender Surrender.
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