DJENT JAZZ FUNK

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  1. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    Whaaaaaa hey its not that bad

    Plus he can play the pants off me
     
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  2. Jim Soloway

    Jim Soloway Supporting Member

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    Not my thing but very impressive. Extended range guitars really do change thing. To a creative mind a lot of new options open.
     
  3. marcury

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    That's hilarious and wonderful at the same time
     
  4. skronker

    skronker 2010/2013/2015 S.C. Champions Gold Supporting Member

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    I like all the technique she's using
    great player
    unique sound
     
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    Yeah saw this the other day and had it on play repeat, love it. Found it really motivating!
     
  6. benagain

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    check the slow mo strings at around 1:28
     
  7. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    Haha I saw that too. He was keeping them all moving quite briskly.
     
  8. derekd

    derekd Supporting Member

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    Wow.

    Certainly pushes the realm of the possible when you have that much range at your fingertips. Amazing technique. Not sure I dig the nu-metal grafted onto the jazz funk stuff, but that's just my preferences. The guy obviously can play pretty much whatever he wants.

    Very cool
     
  9. jerrycampbell

    jerrycampbell Silver Supporting Member

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    Kinda cool, but I don't hear any jazz in there at all.
     
  10. DamianL

    DamianL Member

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    It's spelled Djazz.
     
  11. yucatown

    yucatown Theory-free noodling enthusiast Gold Supporting Member

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    Reminds me of Animals as Leaders. Not my thing, but yeah, highly technical.
     
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    I had to look up what the hell djent was...people are trying way to hard to come up with new genre names.

    Not sure I'd all that jazz or funk, but the music on the video was pretty impressive.
     

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