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anyone posting in this thread is required to read this :twisted: , it is very insightful and inspiring

http://victorwooten.com/lessons/lesson3.htm

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th3x3n0cid3 wrote:
anyone posting in this thread is required to read this :twisted: , it is very insightful and inspiring

http://victorwooten.com/lessons/lesson3.htm


yeah, he does give a very good simple explanation of things there.

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I totally agree with what Mr. Wooten said. In addition, for those who think that you need the theory for jazz, Django was one of the best jazz players of all time, and was an illiterate Gypsy from France who could not even spell his own name on paper, much less write out music. Segovia heard him play at a party and asked him for the sheet music for what he had just played and Django laughed at him.

I have a guitar student in the military who grew up with Victor Wooten. He said they had the same Kung-fu teacher and that Victor was one of the greatest living "trackers" on earth. That means he can study the ground and find someone or something (living or dead), who is miles away and the conditions in which you will find him/her/it. Pretty wild!

Richard

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weird...

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That dude is clever. But Paul kicks his ass :lol:

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i can see how that would be a biased opinion on the racer x forums...but have you heard him play?

the closest gilbert comes to him is equal :P

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It's hard to see past your current idol, back in the day i didn't think anyone could play faster than joe satriani...


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just for the record, victor wooten is a bass player

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I can't say that I have heard the other dude but Paul is cool. Someone said that he thought satriani was the fastest guitarist. Man, I thought Michael Angelo was fast until I saw francesco fareri. Check his site out:

http://www.francescofareri.com/

He plays four note per string patternen but for me it sound like shit. There is a line for how fast you should play. And he had clearly cross it :wink:

Check this video out to:
http://www.francescofareri.com/fareri_shred.mpg

And by the way. Check mine site out to:
www.dennis-j.rocks.it

Much links for ya :)

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Has anyone seen Fransesco live?
Just a stupied question...

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I don't think fareri does many gigs at all, he was at jemfest though in 2003.


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