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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by noah330, Dec 6, 2019.
He needs to perform, "Dust My Broom".
and here I thought that was how you actually played the song.........what do you know for once in my life I'm wrong again
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Once this guy becomes a man and learns blooze he needs to arpegiate dust my broome,
I thought this was about guitar playing and stuff. Guess I was wrong. Can you poast a selfie?
I saw "sweep arpeggios", clicked, then saw a dust pan really taped to his head, and then seven strings...
I didn't hit play...i knew what i would be in for.
That's a brush ... A pan would sound different ...
I actually made it 0:54 seconds. I'm usually pretty mice and say things like lighten up, it's just somebody messing around and having fun, however....
Goddang that was stupid.
Now I know I don't need to learn sweep picking.
Or hear it.
Or think about it.
I think that broke my brain.
Do you think we should tell the guy he’s playing it wrong?
i watched it..twice.....go try that !! i have a couple friends that can do that...yes they can shred but that is some serious skill.Used in context in a song its cool. My friends band ABR, they do sweeping that fits in nice ,,,it inst easy to do that for as long as he did
OK...that's "toasting"......he said "poasting". Is this some kind of hipster clever mis-spelling game? I quess I'm jest nut clavar enuff to jern that club.......
That really sucked really, really bad. Horrible is not even close to how bad that was . Bleeck
I am weak, I only made it to 0:37.
I know, I'd give up my sister's son to keep my toenails.
@Chick-N-Picker made to 0:59. He must have been a Green Beret or Special Ops guy for that kind of tolerance.
Actually I think I blacked out from 0:40 to 0:51. So minus 11 seconds...I guess training kicked in.
Nope. Not biting on that dare. No way.
Those thin copper dustpans grandma had where the best
Don’t make them like they used to
Ok. I am safe. I am i my room with my head under my pillow. I am fairly certain I will be OK.