#1
wasnt sure where this would go..

but i really only go in here and the pit..


so....

Nirvana was the first band i ever really got into.. got me into music completely.. this was in middle school in the 90s.. when nirvana was more socially relevant, mind you.

through high school and after i got deep into the beatles and obscure blues (and really have tried to get the oldest, and most original 1920s-40s blues men.) as well as psychedelic music (from the dead to floyd and on).


i didnt start playin guitar til well after i had "gotten out of" Nirvana (3-4 years ago).. but today i was relistening to Nevermind, after seeing a VH1 Classic Albums on it.


and after listening to In Bloom i wondered.. what makes Kurts style what it is?

can any one... offer me some enlightenment? *pun intended*
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#2
I think the Solo to In Bloom is way cool. Cobain purposely soloed off key and bent the notes to fit the key.
#3
one of the things that I like about the smells like teen spirit solo is that it mimics his voice, esprcially the bends. This makes his solos almost lyrical
#5
his basic guitar style incorporates feedback, sloppiness, purposeful mistakes, off keyness, and basic simplicity most of the time.
#6
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one of the things that I like about the smells like teen spirit solo is that it mimics his voice, esprcially the bends. This makes his solos almost lyrical


What I like about it is that it is easier to tab.
YOu just tab the solo and you have the chorus tabbed already...