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Dream Theater - Scarred ( solo ) cover

HaloHat

Regular
As others have already said, of course that was awesomeness.

Perhaps an ignorant question - What helped you, back in the day as they say, to learn finger positioning for lead playing?
Does the question make sense?
I like your vibrato technique btw, sounds great.
Thanks for sharing your videos :)
 

darkodimovski

Inspired
As others have already said, of course that was awesomeness.

Perhaps an ignorant question - What helped you, back in the day as they say, to learn finger positioning for lead playing?
Does the question make sense?
I like your vibrato technique btw, sounds great.
Thanks for sharing your videos :)

Hey man, thanks for the kind words. I don't consider myself super talented, i did my homework when i was younger. But back in the day it was all about shreding lol. I've looked other guitar players and try to mimic their style. But vibrato and guitar "feel" came naturaly. I still believe there are many fast guitar players out there that lacks of good vibrato. And i don't think that is very easy to learn vibrato, cause its not a tehnique as much as something "built in" inside a player. But there are many ways to learn to play good considering all the social media and internet. You can really learn alot. And ofcourse i still have to learn alot lol. :D
 
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