#1
i know someone that says steve vais music is neoclassical, can someone please sort him out?
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#2
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#3
Experimental? Progressive? Jazz-fusion?

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#5
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cause he is basing it on nothing
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#6
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#7
uh ok, i dont want to beat him up or anything, i just wanted some peoples opinion on his style
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#10
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...modes and scales are still useless.


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#11
Well, Eugene's Trick Bag is based off Paganini's 5th Caprice, which would make the song neoclassical. But I think that the song was written for Crossroads, and he released the actual song much later... also, it's not edited, making it have some akward silence in some places... it would be a good song with some re-editing and remastering.
#12
im basing it off of what i hear. i think Vai sounds neoclassical in alot of his songs. who agrees?
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#13
Quote by godmademetal
im basing it off of what i hear. i think Vai sounds neoclassical in alot of his songs. who agrees?


I disagree. He sound much more...experimental in a way. Maybe hints of neoclassical, but definately not Yngwie or Becker style neoclassical.