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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Ebidis, Oct 24, 2016.
He explains and demonstrates some killer techniques here.
That was awesome! Thanks for posting that video.
Just sat thru it. I have always liked his down to earth approach to guitar.I like his sense of humor too.
Yeah, he's a great player, but also seems to be a "real person" if you know what I mean.
I've been to a couple of his clinics he's a great guy, a great big, great guy. Just an amazing musician.
One of his other Copenhagen clinics was also one of the best I've ever seen, of ANYBODY...
Greg's is one of my favorite players, i would be very happy to meet him and chat about guitars and have a good laugh.
This video makes me really feel so little, the mastery he has is really amazing.
thank You for sharing !
He amazes me every time I watch him. Great Video, Thanks !!
I don't know of any guitarist who has such a command over such a broad range of genres. And he's a funny guy with a stranglehold on the English language.
He's amazing. That was amazing. Thanks.
I hate guitar-y stuff but I've always like guys like him and Junior Watson - off the cuff and a sense of humor in life and in their playing.
Nice, thanks for posting!
Totally agree. The most entertaining and informative musician I've ever seen.
Is really tall or something? His hands seem a lot less stubby than mine.
Greg always dwarfs the guitars...looks like he could just fold them in half, lol. Love Greg! Funny, nice guy and insanely talented.
He is. I met him a few times down in Louisville (in his store) and he's not just a showman but also a nice guy to talk to