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LedZeppe75

My attempt at covering Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

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LedZeppe75--I think you did a great job, your only 15, so keep it up...and you picked the best to try to learn from. Really enjoyed it:-)

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:yesnod: Wow great job! :thumbsup: Much better than my attempts too! You use alternate tuning on it? Keep up the good work! :D

Hi there! I listened to it again (very good!). At about 1:10 and 1:45 (sorry, might be off a few secs), I think its a back-and-forth between the B & A chords? I would've played more of a cross-rhythm--like a bum-da-dee-dumm, kinda rhythm. Just for added variety during that phrase. Sorry, not the best technical terms! Like a: B-B, A, B kinda deal (boldfaced B's are the dotted notes) :P

On 0:41, that point was great, the way it crescendo'd to that point. Nice hammering on while you're playing the bass parts, etc.! Sounded like a beautiful attack by an "army" of guitars! :)

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LedZeppe75--I think you did a great job, your only 15, so keep it up...and you picked the best to try to learn from. Really enjoyed it:-)

Thanks :D

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Excellent! Much better than any of my attempts to play it

Really? Well thanks

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:yesnod: Wow great job! :thumbsup: Much better than my attempts too! You use alternate tuning on it? Keep up the good work! :D

Hi there! I listened to it again (very good!). At about 1:10 and 1:45 (sorry, might be off a few secs), I think its a back-and-forth between the B & A chords? I would've played more of a cross-rhythm--like a bum-da-dee-dumm, kinda rhythm. Just for added variety during that phrase. Sorry, not the best technical terms! Like a: B-B, A, B kinda deal (boldfaced B's are the dotted notes) :P

On 0:41, that point was great, the way it crescendo'd to that point. Nice hammering on while you're playing the bass parts, etc.! Sounded like a beautiful attack by an "army" of guitars! :)

Thanks haha the tuning for this one is open G (DGDGBD), and sorry but I'm not really sure what you mean in alot of the second paragraph hahahahaha :P

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Oh, sorry haha re the second ¶. :D Only meant to say, if you want to, you can vary the rhythm a little, @ § 1:10 and 1:45. Ya know, that section where its back-and-forth between chords B & A (hope I named the correct chords) :P Hope ya don't mind, I like using law firm typewriter's font! ;)

BTW Thanks for the alternate tuning info. :) Again, great job! :thumbsup:

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very nicely done man... where did u learn it?

thansk :D a small part was from a tab at ultimate-guitar.com & the solo was impovised and other parts were figured out by ear

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thansk :D a small part was from a tab at ultimate-guitar.com & the solo was impovised and other parts were figured out by ear

nicely done.... could u sent me a link to that tab?

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