#2
dammit i turned it off, thinking he'd be the last guest on the show
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was it any good? worth calling amazing?
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I think I missed it to

Edit:but i'm sure it will be on youtube soon
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was it any good? worth calling amazing?



well it wasnt some br00tal shRedZ solo so i dunno how many will appretiate it but he played a solid version of crossroads.

very bluesy with a nice 20-30 second solo. For 8 yrs old its goddamn amazing.
#9
What is with all these child prodigy's these days? Can we even call them that anymore?

Honestly, until they put out some good songs they are just like all the other "child prodigy's" in my eyes.
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I think I missed it to

Edit:but i'm sure it will be on youtube soon


NBC never puts things on youtube.

But the one freaking day I don't watch Conan...
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#11
was he azn?
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pretty badass 8 yr old guitar prodigy.

playing crossroads right now.

no such thing.
#13
If you ask me, people throw around the term "prodigy" nowadays. I don't want to get into a semantic debate, but calling any kid who's "pretty good" for their age really takes away the amazement of the term.
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If you ask me, people throw around the term "prodigy" nowadays. I don't want to get into a semantic debate, but calling any kid who's "pretty good" for their age really takes away the amazement of the term.

although i didn't watch it, i'd have to agree
perhaps we could call the kid a prodigy if he wrote his own compositions?(that were actually good)
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If you ask me, people throw around the term "prodigy" nowadays. I don't want to get into a semantic debate, but calling any kid who's "pretty good" for their age really takes away the amazement of the term.



dont get all anal over meaningless shit.

and yes he was asian.
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Quote by cheeseman3001
although i didn't watch it, i'd have to agree
perhaps we could call the kid a prodigy if he wrote his own compositions?(that were actually good)

example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGTfDf4b5oE&feature=related
let's lead by this. this kid is an average player. he is getting attention because he is a child and is glorified as a prodigy. "future of the blues?" you've got to be joking.
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dont get all anal over meaningless shit.

and yes he was asian.

Then I want proof he's 8. And male.

On a side note, Conan's show was SOOOO much better during the writer's strike.
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Then I want proof he's 8. And male.

On a side note, Conan's show was SOOOO much better during the writer's strike.

i think i have to agree. the big finale between comedy central and him was priceless.
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If you ask me, people throw around the term "prodigy" nowadays. I don't want to get into a semantic debate, but calling any kid who's "pretty good" for their age really takes away the amazement of the term.


Exactly! It's absolutely ridiculous for someone to just call everyone that is good a prodigy. It's actually easier for younger people to learn than older people, just like with languages.
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#20
He will be very talented one day...unless he quits guitar. I think he was only on there because of the "adorableness."
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#21
I saw it and it was impressive by my standards. I have a feeling there are many users on this site that would critique him to death though. His playing was very good, but his soloing was slightly sloppy and his guitar was a bit out of tune. I still say that overall it was impressive and if he works at it he could be great. I did laugh when he launched into Smoke on the Water at the end though
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