#1
hmmm, VERY debateable subject though it has to be done! What is the most difficult song to play on guitar? Personally I find Bad Horsie and Flight of the Bumble Bee MOER difficult.
#3
I remember when someone posted the video of that lady playing the 24th Caprice. That was beautiful.
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I remember when someone posted the video of that lady playing the 24th Caprice. That was beautiful.


12 year old girl? that was yesterday

and some of the flamenco songs get my vote, trying to think of the names
#6
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12 year old girl? that was yesterday

and some of the flamenco songs get my vote, trying to think of the names


Nah, it was when the guy posted saying "I'm going to sell my guitars" and it was the video of Li Jie, I think.
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Paganini's 24th Caprice and the Faeries Aire and Death Waltz:


Lmao yeah right.

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#10
I dunno, something that wasn't originally intended for guitar.
Just transposing it would be pretty difficult, let alone actually playing it.
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#11
any br00tal metal piece on EXPERT!!11
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#13
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Ya, that was me a while ago.


Ah. That was crazy dude. You need so much dedication and practice to be able to play that.
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Ah. That was crazy dude. You need so much dedication and practice to be able to play that.

Heh, I starting trying to learn it by ear and just watching the Li Jie video...I learned like the first 4 measures...
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I remember when someone posted the video of that lady playing the 24th Caprice. That was beautiful.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NryhTrYPgZs has a larger amount of inherent win.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NryhTrYPgZs has a larger amount of inherent win.

He's just playing the melody line though. Playing the piece as it was composed is more impressive to me. Becker's version of the 5th caprice is good as I'm fairly certain he plays the harmony parts also...though there are admittedly fewer of them.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NryhTrYPgZs has a larger amount of inherent win.


It's great for a neo-classical interpretation of it, but you can't really capture the emotion that's seen in Li Jie's performance. Plus, she was f*cking finger-picking it... LORD!
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