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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by Freshy, Jan 9, 2019.
Very cool! I really like videos like that.
Cool stuff! I have enough trouble with six strings.
I stumbled upon her about 2 years ago; she is awesome!
Nice. Could have used a little over drive on that . . .
Here you go Henry...I dont think Smoke On The Water ever sounded cooler than this version! Her Vibrato would make BB proud!
Very interesting. Thanks both for the posts. I always enjoy seeing (hearing really, but sometimes the mere seeing is worth it too) people playing instruments from different cultures and musical structure playing "western style" (for lack of a better term) Only time I got to see it live was a collection of East Indian musicians playing sitars and whatever else they had - doing J Denver's "country roads" , among others. Quite enjoyable actually.
I really like that. Thank you for sharing.
I like how that instrument, like a lot of non-Western ones, lets her get in between tones, which mimics the human voice maybe better.
I’ve admired her version of this Eric Johnson song
I don't know about Asian instruments, but was told that Indian music originally had 8 distinct notes between the equivalent of each whole tone in western music. That would explain the almost "off key" (to a western ear) quavering in vocals from there. I understand they reduced that to 4 notes between whole tones recently to keep people interested in learning. Made it easier. This all from the owner of a music store over there.
I think it would be interesting to learn a little more about Asian music in terms of structure and scale etc. Probably way beyond me, but still.....
She’s pretty talented. Been watching her covers for awhile now.
Aye,an amazing young woman,been watching her for a while now myself!