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AC/DC “Whole Lotta Rosie” (Live)

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    guitarlord26
    Posted at 11:25h, 10 November

    Fil! Wow, 3 questions.

    1. How do you play so fast and yet so clean?!
    2. How do you play so fast up at the higher frets (closer to the body of the guitar)?!
    3. Are you gonna do a tutorial for this awesome song?

    Cheers,
    Jimmi.

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      SoloDallas
      Posted at 11:44h, 10 November

      Cheers Jimmi.

      1.) I often rehearse with guitars unplugged. I have the notes and musical phrases in mind, I sing them internally. That way, I strive to bring them out as clearly as I hear them.
      2- Same as above: I sing the solos internally. It’s just a matter of physical approach with the instrument, it is NOT difficult at all. In the sense that, it is not impossible. What becomes very difficult is to do marginal improvements into getting them notes the cleanest, by picking them individually.
      3. YES. I had a three part tutorial about this, I still do have it, but I sense I have made big improvements since then. I will re-do. After the FB tutorial in 4 parts, lots of AC/DC tutorials will come again, on the most classic tracks.

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        guitarlord26
        Posted at 12:14h, 10 November

        thanks, but I don’t understand what you mean by internal singing? Could you further explain this?

        Cheers,
        Jimmi.

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          rpatzelt
          Posted at 17:03h, 10 November

          Hi Jimmi, I’m sure that he mean the song is already in his head, he don’t need to hear the full pack going (amplified guitar through cabinets).
          Cheers.

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            guitarlord26
            Posted at 00:38h, 11 November

            thanks for clearing that up for me.

      • avatar
        guitarlord26
        Posted at 12:17h, 10 November

        Im already playing unplugged, but is there any specific exercises for speed and precision/ accuracy? Also, I have noticed you have big fingers and I was wondering how you manage playing so high up the neck?

        Cheers,
        Jimmi.

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