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      Greg Koch brinca de tocar guitarra! Faz o que quer!

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      MauricioBahia
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      # jan/09
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      MutchoMatcho
      Esse cara, pra mim, é gênio!
      Ouve essa músia dele:

      Zoiks
      http://www.4shared.com/file/73321482/fe194a2/01_Zoiks.html

      Abs

      MauricioBahia
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      # jan/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Mais duas do Greg... Pelamor de Deus! Quando que esse cara vem ao Brasil??!!!





      Abs

      joaormrt
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      # jan/09
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      o cara é fera

      MauricioBahia
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      # jan/09
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      Pelo bem da música.... Valeu a pena ouvir (eu acho).... Abs

      Chiefs Blues
      http://www.4shared.com/file/79885140/40f45812/06_Chiefs_Blues.html

      Walking Wounded
      http://www.4shared.com/file/79885408/2c88d7cf/11_Walking_Wounded.html

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Aqui tem 2 exemplos da vídeo-aula sobre o SRV apresentada pelo Greg Koch, que achei no Youtube: (o segundo vídeo está incompleto)

      The House is Rockin



      Tightrope




      Abs

      Lucas_fms
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      # fev/09
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      MauricioBahia

      Você comprou o DVD aonde?

      Achei do caralho as aulas!

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Lucas_fms
      Pela internet mesmo, no cartão. No site do Greg Koch tem um link para "Instructional" e dentro dele "Click Here For DVDs". Tem 2 do SRV lá. Eu paguei via Paypal. Com envio, os 2 DVDs custaram U$45,00... Nada barato, mas é conhecimento né...

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      Mauricio Luiz Bertola
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      # fev/09
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      MauricioBahia
      Vou copiar!!!!!
      Eh,ah,ah.....

      Lucas_fms
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      # fev/09
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      MauricioBahia

      Valeu pela dica, quando tiver uma sobrinha no orçamento eu compro!

      Aquele abraço!

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Mauricio Luiz Bertola
      Além desses 2 do SRV que chegaram na semana passada, tenho o Lynyrd Skynyrd Signature Licks e Blues withs Greg Koch. Prato cheio![


      Lucas_fms
      Vale a pena!!!

      Abs

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      The Sky is Crying do SRV. O Greg tem 2 DVDs ensinando músicas do SRV. Ele fala dos equipamento que o SRV usava, afinação, etc... Os 2 DVDs custaram U$45,00 e comprei com cartão no site do Greg Koch via Paypal. Vale cada centavo!!!

      Reparem em 2:34'' o Greg diz: "Au..." hehe. O cara é uma figura, mas deve ter doído mesmo...



      Abs

      ps. a guita tá afinada em Eb, como fazia o SRV.

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Mais uma do meu guitarrista predileto! huauha. O assobio que ele faz na guitarra é demais... Detalhe pra guita base que ele faz...

      Para assistir/ouvir em alta qualidade: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zloFhAGsXVI&fmt=18

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_53aH7LjhE&fmt=18






      Konrad
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      # fev/09
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      O primeiro que vejo tocar SRV com propriedade, de verdade.
      O sujeito é tão macho quanto. Hehehhe

      Valeu Mauricio!

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      brunoliam
      O Greg Koch toca qualquer coisa com propriedade. O cara é gênio. Não sou só eu quem está dizendo isso não... ("Greg Koch has been called a "twisted guitar genius and "eclectic virtuoso" by guitar pundits.") É um monstro da guitarra, mas acho que pouca gente conhece.

      Abs

      Krayvhos
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      # fev/09
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      Muito fodão o cara, a 'country way to heaven' ficou muito interessante, o cara tem um sentido musical sobrehumano

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Pra quem quiser saber mais, uma entrevista com ele no site da Fender:
      http://www.fender.com/news/index.php?display_article=183

      A subtle, delicate Q&A with one of our favorite giants (literally) of guitar ...

      Look, let's be honest—if you and Greg Koch both sit down with guitars, odds are you're gonna get waxed, and that's pretty much that. Not only that, but the towering inferno of a guitarist that is Greg Koch will likely suck all the oxygen out of the room before you've even had a chance to tune up anyway because, well, because he's just that kind of guy. Your best bet is probably to just go home and practice. Or cry.

      And not only do we dare you to keep up with the guy musically; we dare you to try to keep up with him, period. We also dare you to keep a straight face, because when Greg Koch speaks in that booming plate-tectonics voice of his, you will be struck tsunami-like by a torrent of language so eloquently hilarious as to leave you gasping for breath. The man can talk.

      Oh, and did we mention that he's one of Fender's top clinicians? Koch travels the width and breadth of the land—of the planet, even—extolling the virtues of Fender guitars and amps and holding out to listeners the distant promise that maybe one day they'll be as freakishly talented and devastatingly dexterous as he is. Great guy. Great player. Great in front of a crowd. Great with students. He's perfect for the job.

      Fender News wanted to write down some of all that nice stuff he says about Fender gear, so we stood on a couple phone books the other day and got right in his face and peppered him with questions carefully designed to elicit favorable answers and premium-level Koch hilarity. As always, he did not disappoint. Told you the guy could talk ...


      FN: What's new with Greg Koch?
      GK: Listen here, interviewer—I am continuing my quest to silence the voices in my head that relentlessly inform me of my inability to become half the man I never was. So I practice in between being caked with a variety of secretions deployed with loving, lethal accuracy by one or all of my four kids. I write and record music in between going on cave overnights with Boy Scout troops in the dead of winter. I put out instructional books and DVDs in between performing at my children's school, leading them in song with my ever-popular hits "Distance Yourself From the Freak" and "Have You Accepted the Ways of the Mutant?"

      I tour the world spreading the word of gristle, the glories of Fender musical instruments and the irrefutable instructional excellence of the Hal Leonard empire, all while trying to keep in the good graces of my lovely wife, who you all may know as the Ruler Of Western Civilization. I do all this with the knowledge that I get paid for playing whatever I want on guitar while being a complete wise-arse. I love it!

      FN: We hear there's a new love in your life—the VG Stratocaster® guitar. You like, no?
      GK: This guitar slaps cheek and leaves a mark. Not only is it a sexy Stratocaster, but it is equipped with magical devices that allow me to puzzle and tantalize audience members by "getting my acoustic on" and, a second later, rattling the polyps of fiber-avoiders seated blocks away with a humbucker-fueled baritone demon tone of the night. Love it? And how, knave!

      FN: Well said, indeed. And current amp-age?
      GK: There is a fiendish foursome of amplification devices filling my needs as of late. The Super-Sonic™ combo with the 2x12 extension cab is a seductive, all-inclusive succubus of tone that leaves me wanting for nothing after each tawdry encounter. The '57 Deluxe™ is a guitar-plus-cord-plus-amp-equals-pummel equation that leads to tantric jams of the night and of the day. The ever-ready '65 Super Reverb® never fails to satisfy and the mighty Cyber-Twin® SE nails it when I need tones—quick and quiet.

      FN: Spent any time with a G-DEC®?
      GK: The G-DEC® and the G-DEC 30 are the best practice amps ever made. I've come up with some delish patches that you can download from the Fender website for the G-DEC, by the way. Any guitar players who don't have one of these amps are depriving themselves of the opportunity to significantly diminish the "suck factor" in their playing.

      FN: Who are your influences, and at what point did you think, "Yes, I want to be a guitarist"?
      GK: I made cardboard cutouts of Stratocaster guitars when I was probably 9 or 10. My brother had Hendrix records, and ol' Jim bewitched me at a young age—and because of that, I thought guitar players were a class of super humans who eclipsed in significance all other life forms. So I knew what I had to do.

      FN: What's your fave driving music?
      GK: Blues, jazz or Frank Zappa.

      FN: When we say the word cheese, what's the first thing that comes to mind?
      GK: Smooth jazz.

      FN: Rosewood or maple?
      GK: I prefer maple, but I get to missing rosewood at times. I like guitars, period.

      FN: Please elaborate on your music education and training ...
      GK: I went to college for music but majored in beer. I don't recommend the beer part—it stunts your growth, mentally. Well, at least when ingested in the piratical quantities of my youth ...

      Anyway, I really majored in jazz guitar performance. I learned a lot of things that I still am applying regularly to this day. I'm always learning new things. I am currently working on some Chet Atkins, Django Reinhardt, Grant Green and some classical tidbits. I've been stealing licks from a Slominsky book that Reggie Hamilton gave me, and I still use my old Dennis Sandole Guitar Lore book to get me back in shape if I've been languishing too much.

      FN: What's the catch phrase of the moment?
      GK: I answer the phone "Caller, identify yourself!" Now I say it all day long and vary it with "I think it's important to identify yourself" and, as the day wears on, simply, "I think it's important" ...

      I also randomly say someone's name and then sing at the top of my lungs, "He's a demon of the day, a dark artist of the night" ... That's just the way I roll.

      MauricioBahia
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      # fev/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Mais um pouco de Greg! :-)

      "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" + improviso. Começa em 3:33''..



      Pisando no cabo no meio do solo!!! uhauhauha





      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09
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      Up básico! :-) No segundo vídeo ele pisa no cabo no meio do solo!!! uuhhe

      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Algumas faixas que estão disponíveis (livres) no site do Greg, coloquei aqui o link direto para ouvir/baixar:

      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/mrsbuckley.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/surfzep.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/tornasunder.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/yourface.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/jsk.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/defenstrator.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/stumble.mp3
      http://www.gregkoch.com/audio/deathofabassman.mp3

      Abs

      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      Esse vídeo é do final (créditos) do DVD do Greg chamado "Guitar Gristle", onde ele ensina algumas de suas técnicas.

      Ele apresenta a banda ("The Tone Controls") e faz um improviso maravilhoso em cima de uma música dele chamada "Chief's Blues".

      Ele começa a em tocar 1:05min

      Melhor qualidade de áudio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIrZxJjB8EY&fmt=18

      Have fun!!



      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09
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      Pros que apreciam o som do Greg, atualizei o tópico... :-)

      The Root Of All Evil
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      # mar/09
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      MauricioBahia

      Curti este último ae!
      Muito true a pegada do cara.

      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09
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      The Root Of All Evil
      Se não conhecia o Greg, acho que tu vai gostar do resto! :-) Meu guitarrista predileto dos últimos tempos!
      Abs

      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      O guitarrista da banda toca pra cacete... mas o Greg (o do meio) quebra tudo quando entra pra dar uma canja... uueuh O outro guitarrista fica até rindo... Chega de pentelhar o fórum! :-)



      [edit] Falou Root! T+!

      The Root Of All Evil
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      # mar/09
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      MauricioBahia
      Se não conhecia o Greg, acho que tu vai gostar do resto! :-)

      Vou dar uma sacada no tópico depois, já que tu deve ter reunido os melhores aqui.

      Fui dormir que amanhã o dia é cheio [e que dia não é?]

      edukotzen
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      # mar/09
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      esse cara eu beijava a bunda dele, toca demais!!

      vai se fude, to de cara!!

      ainda vou pegar essas manhas de hibridi pick

      Marcosrcf
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      # mar/09
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      Detalhe pra dancinha com as pernas em 4:50
      hOEIAHeoiheoiAHEOiEA

      Toca muito!

      edukotzen
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      # mar/09
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      BAIXEI

      uma apostila de country dele, simplesmente o melhor metedo para o estilo, recomendo!!

      axleWs
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      # mar/09
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      tipo, eu prefiro uma coisa mais lenta, ele toca muito e é muito criativo, mas não faz mto meu estilo.

      mas eu curti ele pela irreverência, seria muito melhor ver G3 por ae com cara rindo ao invés de fazer cara feia.

      abraços

      MauricioBahia
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      # mar/09 · Editado por: MauricioBahia
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      axleWs
      tipo, eu prefiro uma coisa mais lenta,
      Cara, o Greg tem muita coisa lenta... Aliás, lento, que vc diz é o que? :-)
      Abs

      Mais um pra coleção... Tocando com esse baixista animal.



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