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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by fezz parka, Oct 7, 2021.
i've never heard him play before. that's flippin fantastic.
He's not just all Marylin Manson. He's a serious player.
That’s pretty cool. I’m gonna have to play around with that.
Jerry Donahue doing something similar.
he plays it so effortlessly, it just flows out of him
I've fiddled with that
But never with open tuning...
He does it nifty
I watched that yesterday when looking for the SRV behind the nut stuff. Thought it was pretty nice.
Beck does some wicked behind the nut stuff.
So does Jim. This is a good tutorial if it's new to you.
I do it a little bit in this. You should be able to tell where.
John 5 is such a great interviewee on musical topics. He really has a depth of knowledge of guitar styles and what makes it all the more great is he still has such enthusiasm for guitar. I believe I can hear the joy in his playing and it makes it better.
John 5 is my favorite guitar player I use to shock non-metal fans. Visually he looks metal and his association with Marilyn Manson (if known) turns many off before they’ve heard a note. He’s the definition of “don’t judge a book by its cover”.
I have that album
John 5 playing with his nut... there's an attention-grabber.
pretty neat technique. grazie
This is pretty freaking awesome! Thanks for sharing! @fezz parka
Haven’t heard this one in a while. Thanks! Of the three Donohue’s the least flashy but if I had to pick a favorite it might be him.
Saw them in the early 90s at BellyUp. What a show…
I'm a fan .
I was surprised when I first heard John 5 some years ago - killer chops!
Plus a unique way of adapting country techniques to metal....
I remember as a teenager thinking he was just another guitarist with weird clothes and makeup. I remember the Marshall Mode 4 ads in magazine's he did too. Over the years its become very obvious that he is a top drawer guitar player and can throw his hand to just about any style. He also seems like a really decent human being and that counts for a lot
I had no idea John 5 could even play like that lol