yup...and don't forget the constant tinkering with levels, knobs, and switches during a song.mkaufman wrote:Don't forget spitting!
And the occasional karate kick to the stack when all else fails.
Easonpan wrote:Go see Furthur! Bobby is really using his design and you can notice him very well.
There is something about being there and viewing him in individual that really allows with acknowledging his design.
The videos are very excellent as well, but not quite the same as being there.
'Definitely need to rock a pair of "Bobby Dukes"...Adam Deckard wrote:nobody mentioned doing the head tilt, spitting, or wearing very small shorts? I thought these were staples...
i dig thisstrumminsix wrote:
Firstly, learn the CAGED form forms for all your chords, then hear how the C & G forms sound diff than AED forms, then learn it's the order of the strummed notes.
Next learn in versions, then complimentary partial chords, then contrasting chords, then when to add a sus4, toss a diminished in and walk it 3 steps up and down then 3 more steps after that, and think like a piano person.
Um, play on the beat, just after the beat, then far after.
And a tap-tempo delay!
Use effects properly
Get that tone setup right where you are strong down to the low-mids and crystal clear upper range
Learn to play the electric like an acoustic then vice-versa then when to do it!
I can't help you any more than that. Since that's just where I am!