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Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by Chris_Broderick, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. Chris_Broderick

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  2. mentalmeltdown

    mentalmeltdown Horatio McAllister

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    Both new videos are of very good quality and you kick ass - once again! :)

    How long did it take you to get proficient with the two-handed tapping (Rondo Alla Turca) ??

    Thanks!
     
  3. Chris_Broderick

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    I don't know mentalmeltdown, I feel like I am still getting it down.
    Chris.
     
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    MetalAges Metal Is As Metal Does.
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    Will Bozarth Everlasting Godstopper

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    ahhhhh must smash my guitars :lol:
     
  6. Zac

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    Hey Chris how long did it take you to get so buffed out? And where can I get some of those stylin shirts you always wear?

    Onto the real questions...
    Have you ever considered playing any Frédéric Chopin pieces?
    He probaly my favorite composer, and his pieces are pretty amazing.
    Check out his Nocture pieces (notably Nocturne in B, Op.62) and his Preludes are also pretty inspiring. He puts alot of feeling into his composing, and I think
    alot of composers tend to leave this aspect out.

    If you're a real badass try playing Fantasie Impromtu...hahahaha
    Actually I think that piece is almost impossible to play on guitar.
     
  7. Chris_Broderick

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    Hey Zac,
    I take steriods to get buff and I get my shirts from Kmart. As far as Chopin, I love his music as well and have all of his preludes that I was going to transcribe for the guitar but havn't gotten around to it yet.
    Chris.
     
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    Chris,
    Once again, truly inspiring to hear such breath-taking classical work. Yngwie may THINK he's classical but you do it exceedingly well. I think I'm gonna be a plumber now...LOL!

    Steve Bello
     
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    Oh my, really good you are, but that you probably know...
     

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