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The_Afro_Circus wrote:
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tapmasterflash wrote:
Ohhhhhhhh shit, more text and no music. Not from the last decade anyway. What a surprise...


Says the guy who wants to cover 30 year old YJM songs.


More than that, this is coming from a dude who refuses to post any of his own examples at all.

Mean while Im rewatching your Geph Video Mahktarr Da'arrio and loving the tones, especially that bass tone around the 7 minute mark.

Now Im not tappmaster flash, but that's some bad ass playing.

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Thanks man, I really appreciate that.

Humorously enough, I think I found a proper photo that sums this whole interaction up.


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The_Afro_Circus wrote:
Thanks man, I really appreciate that.

Humorously enough, I think I found a proper photo that sums this whole interaction up.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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All of this has provided a real fun
reading. Going to check your reverbnation G. Thanks [emoji120]


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A few of my favorite tones...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rLsSfd67qE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeNhSOeHCM4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_5Gzt3Ek8Y


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how did I almost miss this shit-show of a thread????

This guy is awesome - semi-literate, perpetual sense of victimhood, racist, and constantly brags about how awesome he is.

He reminds me of someone, I just can't out my finger on it...


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randy wrote:
how did I almost miss this shit-show of a thread????

This guy is awesome - semi-literate, perpetual sense of victimhood, racist, and constantly brags about how awesome he is.

He reminds me of someone, I just can't out my finger on it...


3 guesses

Just TRI to TONE out any distractions.

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tapmasterflash wrote:
Do you even have any musical background? You say "play it tapped" and turn this into a physical gymnastics session. Music is not gymnastics.. What is this shit forum with you fucking Mexican rejects that think doing something according to tabs or by a certain way is music? You disgust me!

So not the best use of my limited time, but after reviewing concerns I came across this. WTF? You're gone.


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Manny wrote:
tapmasterflash wrote:
Do you even have any musical background? You say "play it tapped" and turn this into a physical gymnastics session. Music is not gymnastics.. What is this shit forum with you fucking Mexican rejects that think doing something according to tabs or by a certain way is music? You disgust me!

So not the best use of my limited time, but after reviewing concerns I came across this. WTF? You're gone.

Thanks Manny, I think the Mexican thing was his failed attempt to rattle me into rejoining the discussion. Quite a disturbed individual whomever he/she was.


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Since Das Troll got Das Boot (which is horrible German--"the boat"?--but sounds cool in English), I can comment without feeding her/her/it. Werkspace, you picked 3 really good ones, not that it would have done any good! Pearls before swine, and all that (the Japanese say Nekko ni Koban, which is Coins to a Cat, which is much more polite!)

This one by Kevin Keith has so much tone, the next video before and after it sound beefy just by YouTube bleedthrough! This is why I got my Railboard after already getting Rosie from Japan and Ebay. (This is not Railboard, but it sucked me into Keith's vids.)



And Greg has absolutely awesome tone, which is a credit both to gear and technique, of which he has copious awesome amounts of both.


But Russel on the NS/Stick is sweet, warm butter than rocks like a butter that's not soft and melted! That's some tone!


Goodbye sir/madam Troll, but I sing thee the praises of the Stick tone.

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