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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Outlaw_son, Apr 21, 2009.
Man i just found this. This dude seems pretty amazing and makes me feel a liitle more amateurish
You probably also have seen Stuart Clayton's version of it:
The first one seemed kind of sloppy & awkward & the second seemed more fluid and musical.
Just my opinion.
i think i remember that first guy being a tb'er...i dunno if he still posts
I don't know if there's a better version... but the goofy looks are a huge plus lol
second one is great but the goofy looks are a plus!!!
Am I the only one you cant stand that sound... the clacky tap sound?
I am impressed and jealous of that ability, but the sound it produces keeps me from learning that technique... just not pleasing to my ear. Am I alone in this?
+1 The only tapper with decent tone I've ever heard was that one armed bassplayer, can't remember his name though.
No, you're not alone.
Good tapping sound requires good bass, good amp, some effetcs and good fingers! Sometimes it can be very nice.
nope,me neither.....as a purely technical exercise,i'm impressed,but as a musical experience it does nothing for me