Superb guitarist with distinctive taking part in model. I can’t consider he has lower than 6000 subs.

Superb guitarist with distinctive taking part in model. I can’t consider he has lower than 6000 subs.

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  1. It’s amazing that he learnt to play that way and got to that level with such disabilities, but imo the things he plays in that video are kinda bland.
    He does seem to have better technique than I do after 10+ years of playing ‘regular’ style guitar lol.

    Imo [this one](
    Is a better example of his.

  2. This dude is an amazing guitarist! He also seems like a helluva nice guy. Thanks for sharing, I definitely subscribed to his channel!

  3. It looks like he has Diastrophic Dysplasia, which is a pretty rare genetic skeletal condition. Considering the affects it can have on one’s joints, his ability to play the guitar, even in a modified way like that, is pretty impressive. Kudos to him.

  4. I mean it’s great that he can do this and all but let’s be real the music isn’t overly interesting. If you subbed you’d watch a couple vids then probably forget about it so that’s why it’s low.

  5. I find this style of playing really interesting. It lends itself to solo/lead, really well, but makes playing chords/barres nearly impossible.

    Also, It’s fucking impressive how dexterous his playing is considering the length of his fingers. If you look at players like Jimi Hendrix or Jeff Beck, their fingers can span like 6 frets when need be, this guy has to adjust his entire hand like a slide player.

  6. As a pianist, this way makes sense to me. I grasped the concept of notes and chords with the strings but the traditional way is just damn uncomfortable for my left hand. More power to him to keep rockin in the future

  7. I don’t know what this form is called, but I don’t think it’s “unique” rather “uncommon”. Reminds me of John fahey or adam fulara

  8. This is a far from unique playing style. It’s been around forever. Dobro, Lap Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar. Jerry Douglas.

  9. I remember talking with him all the time on a music forum back in the early 2000s. This was really surprising to see. Glad to see he’s still playing.

  10. lotta retards here pretending unique = one of a kind or something. this is unique, look up the damn word

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