#3
It doesn't seem that hard to me now, but when I was 11 I was struggling to play Smoke On The Water
(Btw he has a great tone)
#5
Wow that was pretty freaking good. And he did indeed have good tone.

Lol at the guy who posted (on youtube) that it was fake. He claims that the kids playing didnt match up with the notes. Granted, I only watched the first minute and a half, but it all looked good to me. Plus, if the kid can move his hands like that all over the fretboard in perfect unison to whats playing, it wouldn't be a very big step to just go ahead and have him play the actual thing.
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#6
For crying out loud. When will people understand that age has nothing to do with talent (providing that they're old enough to actually carry the damn guitar)? Age isn't important.
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Last edited by GoodNite_AmyLee at Feb 16, 2007,
#10
It's slightly embarrassing when an 11 year-old has a better guitar than you.

He picks way too hard.
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#14
Quote by Smokey Amp
It's slightly embarrassing when an 11 year-old has a better guitar than you.

He picks way too hard.


+1

And a better amp, and better pedals...
#17
Quote by GoodNite_AmyLee
For crying out loud. When will people understand that age has nothing to do with talent (providing that they're old enough to actually carry the damn guitar)? Age isn't important.

I agree a 16 year old playing for two years is the same as a an 11 year old playing for two years.

But he was pretty good and kudos to the kid, it's the first time i've seen a kid actually enjoy his playing.

Really most other young players i've seen on youtube look like they're being forced to play and they could care less. Which kind of pisses me off.
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#19
Quote by Witch-king
ill see your 10 year old drummer... and raise you this 4 year old drummer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE_PFpWPQ5Y

As for the 11 year old guitarist, i wasn't that impressed.


lol

I liked the guitar, very nice.

I mean the 11 years playing.
Last edited by Tsunoyukami at Feb 16, 2007,
#20
man, that kid makes me wish i started younger. I wouldnt say he's a PRODIGY, but definately good, definately knows what he's doing. I've played for 3 years and im 15, but by the time im 30 or older, those extra two years wont seem to make a big difference.

jealous of the kids guitar
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#22
Quote by GoodNite_AmyLee
For crying out loud. When will people understand that age has nothing to do with talent (providing that they're old enough to actually carry the damn guitar)? Age isn't important.

I love you so much. People dont seem to understand that age=/=skill
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#24
Quote by I-Watch-Anime
i call bullshit on the 4 year old drummer


why? this kid has been around the internet for awhile and on tv shows.

its the 11 yr old drummer video that you should call bs on. parts of it were obviously sped up.
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#25
Quote by KickOutTheJamsX
why? this kid has been around the internet for awhile and on tv shows.

its the 11 yr old drummer video that you should call bs on. parts of it were obviously sped up.

I didnt see the 11 year old one, srry

But 4 years old? my uncle is 42 and he can barely do stuff like that. even with 4 years of practice, itd be near impossible. my cousin is 4 and she cant even hold a drum stick
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#26
Quote by I-Watch-Anime
I didnt see the 11 year old one, srry

But 4 years old? my uncle is 42 and he can barely do stuff like that. even with 4 years of practice, itd be near impossible. my cousin is 4 and she cant even hold a drum stick

People learn at different rates. Just because your uncle can't do it doesn't mean there isn't someone else who can. Why must you compare him to relatives as your relatives skill shows absolutely no correlation with this young man's skill. Absolutely bogus point.