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MoshZilla1016  
16 Oct 2011 15:22 | Quote
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3:01 made me smile.

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btimm  
16 Oct 2011 15:38 | Quote
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Dang, that is impressive. That guitar is beautiful too!
case211  
16 Oct 2011 21:36 | Quote
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he's ultra smooth \m/

I hope he's able to get the right group behind him and make some awesome records--he looks very promising.
BodomBeachTerror  
16 Oct 2011 22:01 | Quote
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er, I'm pretty sure that's a girl case ;)
gshredder2112  
16 Oct 2011 22:38 | Quote
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I never thought Id say this,about anything,but she seems robotic...
these young players..*sigh* forced..
MoshZilla1016  
17 Oct 2011 16:02 | Quote
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Congratulations Mrs. Smith...IT'S A BOY. I thought it was a girl too. @gshred Forced???? Care to explian???
gshredder2112  
17 Oct 2011 16:13 | Quote
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Boy/girl W/e lmao.

WForced as in, her parents made her/him play.
I never really seen that many kids that age that serious
or good at guitar, from natural ability imo.

Im not dissing the kids ability,he/she(w/e) Is a great
player, but how that player got there is questionable.

Just sayin.
MoshZilla1016  
17 Oct 2011 16:50 | Quote
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I dunno man. Maybe your right but I've seen other videos where HE seems to be enjoying himself. If a kid can be great at video games, without being forced,why not play guitar and love it just as much. Just another IMO statement though. By the way he's 9 years young in this video. I would have loved to be playing when I was 9. I loved music but not not have the means to get an instrument. My son has been playing piano since he was 3 because he enjoys it. Someone gave us a piano and he just took to it. No lessons or anything. Now at 15 he can play almost any song with just one listen.
AlexB  
17 Oct 2011 16:52 | Quote
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Woaaa!
gshredder2112  
17 Oct 2011 17:30 | Quote
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Well,true. If your kid enjoys it,cool, no harm.
But you see those beauty pagent shows where parents are
trying to live vicariously through there kids and such.

I watched the first video again,and he seemed to be feeling and enjoyin it. #2 he seemed void of emotion, maybe cause it was an exercise, but still.

And the video game thing is something the kids enjoy,because of commercials and such. I wanna a see some gibson kiddie lp commercials
that would rock. lmao
MoshZilla1016  
17 Oct 2011 18:05 | Quote
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Yeah the pagent shows suck since it's obvious the kids hate it. Or just the opposite. The kid gets a big head and becomes a spoiled brat.
gshredder2112  
17 Oct 2011 18:32 | Quote
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Precisely. Its sad, but legal i suppose,shouldnt be though.
macandkanga  
17 Oct 2011 19:00 | Quote
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Yeah. This kid is crazy good. No doubt.

As for youngins growin up too fast, I don't know. It's up to the individual and how they are raised in their craft. Forced is never good I suppose. But if they do it because they love it, no harm in that.
gshredder2112  
17 Oct 2011 19:21 | Quote
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+1 @mac
case211  
18 Oct 2011 02:15 | Quote
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gshredder2112 says:
#2 he seemed void of emotion, maybe cause it was an exercise, but still.


This shouldn't have any bearing on his playing or abilities. I play with a stoic expression usually because it's just what I do most of the time. It doesn't mean really anything other than maybe you are ultra relaxed while playing something.
Guitarslinger124  
18 Oct 2011 03:02 | Quote
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case211 says:
This shouldn't have any bearing on his playing or abilities. I play with a stoic expression usually because it's just what I do most of the time. It doesn't mean really anything other than maybe you are ultra relaxed while playing something.



+1

I too play without visible expression. A friend told me I am boring to watch because I just sit there and play. You don't need to smile to let other people know you are enjoying things. Who gives a damn what other people think when you have an easily recognizable skill, such as the dude in those videos.


Ok, let me rephrase that hehe. Who cares what people insignificant to your success think. Just enjoy things for what they are. No sense in delving into territory that we have no right entering.


Rock on!
V3N0M3333  
18 Oct 2011 08:46 | Quote
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^^^^^^^well spoken +999999 ....i think i show a little expression in my face though lol.
gshredder2112  
18 Oct 2011 13:04 | Quote
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makes sense. Guess im used too watchin,di meola,yngwie,vai etc
flashiness,face expressions. He is a beast though.
case211  
18 Oct 2011 13:49 | Quote
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@Guitarslinger

Definitely man, my face doesn't really do very much when I play, but I headbang enough to make up for it ;)

\m/ Metal! haha


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