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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Tenderfoot, Sep 11, 2019.
And on with the SHOW!
He has such confidence too. I'd be scared to death playing on front of a big crowd like that. It's always heartwarming to see young people carrying on the torch from us old geezers. And is that the BM CV 60s Strat with the matching painted headstock?
And I can't tell which amp he's plugged into, 'cause there's a Matchless, a Marshall, and the Blonde combo (is it a Blues Cube?) that are mic'd.
He should be playing pokemon or something and he is there on stage, while i m playing pokemon and i m not even practicing.
He is good, but i just hope he is playing guitar because he likes it and not because his parents are pushing him to practice 4 hours after school.
Yes very good playing i think with playing with that sort of feeling one has to enjoy their playing more and practice.
Is always more enjoyable for me anyhow and maybe if playing live more rapport with the crowd as well is achieved.
I wonder if he was taught by Char? Sounds like he listens to a lot of Warren Haynes and Bonamassa. Would have been nice to hear him slow down a bit at times and interact with interact with Char at the end there. Still sounded good though.
Char's the guy with the Strat?
Yeah, he's big in Japan. Has played and recorded with lots of other great players. Also has some great interviews and jams with other players on YouTube.
Thanks, I found him on YouTube. I also found this amazing Japanese woman named Kumi Adachi. Why aren't these players big worldwide stars?
The industry only promotes those they own. There's lots of great players out there that are hard to find or relatively unknown.
Guitar and rock or music in general is very popular in Japan.
I like, seriously sounds like he has some of the great Tomo Fuhito in his playing, along with lots of classic players.
You don't play like that if you don't like it. He has tons of passion that comes from a love fir what he is doing. His parents could probably barely keep up with his rise.
My one concern is having the experience of being a kid. So many kids seem to go from kid to adult within one year. Grace Vanderwaal and Angelina Jordan come to mind.
They need to be silly goofy kids, for their mental health.
Let s hope so. Yeah if he s not doing kids stuffs when he is a kid, when will he do them ? Well he ll do them when he s a grown up, and join the TDPRI.
Sweet holy man on a Tostito!
That kid has more touch, soul and tone than a lot of today's current "stars."
Simple and unadulterated.
I own a Katana, sort of the next step in Boss's Waza thing. So the Cube and the Kat share this common thread. And if this young man is playing through a Cube then that makes me very happy because I too could capture that tone.
His playing, I could put youtube on 1/2 speed and cop some of his thing. But how he plays is simply beyond, like I've only heard from the best blues players. Truly has a talent of beyond.