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I want to learn this version of this song

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nullnaught  
29 Mar 2011 04:05 | Quote
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This guy is too cool.

I hope this is acurate enough
this tab seems to simple.
nullnaught  
29 Mar 2011 08:17 | Quote
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This is pretty awesome too.




Can i change the name of this thread to indstrumental guitars?
nullnaught  
29 Mar 2011 08:26 | Quote
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Here one of my favorite guitarists playing a classical song by my favorite classical artisr.

JustJeff  
29 Mar 2011 08:30 | Quote
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Chet Atkins is the father of fingerstyle. He was the one that brought it to the nation's eyes. The original :)

Mark Knopfler is just a beast, I put him together with Eric Clapton.
RA  
29 Mar 2011 09:18 | Quote
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Chopin's waltzs are very fun and work Farly well on the guitar. You have to be a little bit liberal with the transcriptions (he drops down octaves which the guitar can't do), but i like playing them a lot. petite waltz is my favorite, because the bass and accompaniment is fun just to play on its own, and it lends itself to being funky (works with blues notes).

in fact with two guitars (one play bass and chords and other melody) you can pretty much play them note for note.

there my favorite classical scores to play, now that my choral book is lost (never let people borrow your things its just a bad idea)
nullnaught  
29 Mar 2011 13:20 | Quote
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chopins opus 18 no. 1 is really fun to play on the guitar. I youtubed it and the one guy i found doing it wasnt doing it as half as interesting as i used to. Im ganna try to relearn in and mabye make a video of it. It a comlplicated piece so it'll be a while


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