Joe Satriani - Always with me, always with you - cover

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  1. ChrisB

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    Very good.. you did the runs at 1:09 perfectly, which is not easy. Thanks!
     
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    Pretty spot on.

    There are some tough passages timing-wise in that tune. Nice job.
     
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    Thanks for that, much appreciated :)
     
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    Auh aint that the truth, I have messed about with this tune for years but wasn't until I recorded it that I realized how badly out I was in places, so is a little forced at times but all good fun. Thanks for watching :)
     
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    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    Very nice playing
     
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    My first real guitar teacher suggested I learn this song, but sorry to say, I said my skills were not of that caliper and it would take many months of practice to get even that one song correct. We quickly moved onto blues and jazz thereafter. :oops: Good news was, unbeknownst to me, most of the local jams were jazz/blues based. The guitar teacher said if I chose the right influence, my efforts would pay off sooner.

    You did well. Happy to see that JS still has a strong following.
     
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    I think you sound just like JS.
    Great job.
     
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    Thank you very much. I find the best way for me is to just learn the easier bits of songs I like and then over time you don't have to think much about them and then gradually add the more difficult parts. You don't need to be note perfect either. If you listen to my version it sounds close to anyone who doesn't know the song intimately but it really isn't, just as long as the flow of the lines are there it usually is fine :)
     
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    Thank you kindly.
     
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    Really nice clip!!
     
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    Sounded great and led me to some of your other stuff which is equally excellent.

     
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    Thanks for watching, glad you enjoyed.
     
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    Thanks and for listening to the others as well. Glad you liked the Nick Johnston song. He is one my favourite new players - sort of a mix of all the old influences I had and has a great tone.
     
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    Very nice, Big JS fan myself.
     
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