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Old 01-01-2018, 09:51 PM   #11
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Yes good points agree!
That's the trick, making a fast run sound right, not like it's just a 'fast run' for the sake of going fast, then making it work with the 'next' lick, notes, run, etc. So it's almost a wild melody not a random string of notes.

But man yes, Jeff could make his guitar scream, the tone via his technique.. amazing. It's out of my league too, but man would I love to play like that. To me, the tonal phrasing of a note has more impact then just moving quickly, like his lead in note on that lead in that song.Sounds like wwAAAwwAAAHHHHHHHHHH wan na na
David Gilmour is a perfect example of a lot of this too. He does quite simple lead work. But driven by melody, soul. And story telling. Story telling is not easy. First you need a story in the first place. The creation process has to start. To think like that.
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Old 01-01-2018, 10:17 PM   #12
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David Gilmour is a perfect example of a lot of this too. He does quite simple lead work. But driven by melody, soul. And story telling. Story telling is not easy. First you need a story in the first place. The creation process has to start. To think like that.
Very true!
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