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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Telegraphonic, Sep 1, 2017.
Here he's playing in a short 3 minute clip at Norm's with his signature model.
Have you forgotten where you are? No musician shall be mentioned without someone coming out to say they suck, and casting aspersions on the character and musicianship of anyone who admits to liking them even a little bit.
That person is not me. Nice clip.
(but I will keep refreshing on this thread until the universal critic shows up)
Who said he did?
Love that Denny Dias signature model.
Well ... I think that John 5 is OK
John 5 does not suck
Well I never thought about it much but thanks for helping me decide.
Arghh. Why does Mr. Blue Shirt (that's not Norman, is it?) keep talking over his playing?
John 5 is one of the better players around today I would say. I don't love all the music he plays, but he is technically and musically gifted through years and years of hard work and practice. And on top of his incredible skill, every scrap of evidence I've seen would suggest that he's a nice guy to boot.
You said it perfectly. And as a side note, the only other musicians I've ever read or heard about that played their instruments as compulsively as him were John Coltrane and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stevie took his guitar to marriage counciling(!) and Coltrane would practice BETWEEN sets on the band's break. That is truly OCD, and John does the same.
I'm not a fan but he does not suck. At least he seems like a good dude.
Yup he seems like a good guy, I am not a huge fan of the bands he's been working with but MAN! Can he play that country style stuff great! Danny Gatton and J5 woulda been great buds I bet....
I'm kinda new around here, so thanks for hippin' me and showin' me the ropes!
My pleasure partner. Now you can mosey on over to the Stevie Ray thread and not be too confused by what you see.
Also not a fan but he does not suck. Save that for Steven Segall (sp?) and the like.
That first sentence reads funny. I'm not normally hung up on grammar but that missing comma makes for hilarious reading.
I once read an interview with John 5 where he stated he never stopped taking lessons. That requires a certain dedication, especially after the parents stop paying for it.
There's always another riff, song or style to learn. Being accountable to another musician helps produce results.
He's a stud...his Squier tele is NO JOKE on par with USA Standards. Truly amazing quality, MUCH nicer than a classic vibe.
I bet nobody was watching what was playing on the tv set...lol
Tell us more about your pleasure partner!!!
Odd - Norm could _not_ keep from talking. What the what???
Although I'm not really in the age or market demographic for the Rob Zombie stuff, John 5 has impressed me as a friendly guy during interviews and I like the fact that he's got broad ranging interests.
Thx for the clip - Deeve