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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Fantastic Guitar

Watch this kid tear up some Jimmy Paige classics:

Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

Going To California

Over The Hills And Far Away

How old is he? 18, maybe?


Blogger ordinarygirl said...

I think he's a lot better on the first two. Maybe it's the distortion on the third song that makes it sound not as clear, or the difficulty of the third song.

He's good though.

5/20/2007 7:50 PM  
Blogger Venjanz said...

What he did was was record the acoustic part first, then played the electric part live on top of it, and thats why it sounds funny. As somebody that has tried to master this song, lemme tell you this guy pretty much nailed it. i would like for him to post a pure acoustic version, though.


5/22/2007 11:22 PM  

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