Allan Holdsworth ó guthrie Govan ?

#61 por trullols el 31/03/2011
Los dos son muy buenos, ¿Me puedo quedar con ambos?

Mi disco tributo a dIRE sTRAITS: http://www.guitarristas.info/reportajes/trullols-disco-tributo-mark-knopfler-dire-straits/2578

"...Sometimes you are the windshield, sometimes you are the Bug ..." (Mark Knopfler, The Bug)"

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#62 por metronomikon hace 1 semana
ahora que hace pocos dias que el mundo perdio a Allan, estaba buscando info y tope con una entrevista que le hicieron agovan en la cual una pregunta decia:

"Saw him [Guthrie] with Steve Wilson 2 weeks ago, never heard of him before, he couldn't have played any better, he was like a newer version of Holdsworth…" [Posted by GuyQ1975]

GG: "I can understand why someone drawn to Steven's music might hear someone playing a lot of notes and think: Allan Holdsworth, that's my reference point, because he's the obvious guy with a lot of technique who played in that genre of music with Soft Machine.

"But Allan has his own planet - he's really taken everything that's unique about himself and exaggerated it, to the point where he's playing scales that he's invented working over chords that he's invented. Allan's world is very hard to adapt to any other music - he's like this self-contained musical universe.

"There are a handful of people in the world now who are doing passable imitations of what Allan was doing 30 years ago. And it's obviously taken years to do it, and they just sound like Allan clones: I don't see the point.

"There are other players where it's easier to borrow some of the things that you've seen them do, and say: that player has shown me the way. For instance, Eric Johnson made me realise that it's okay to try and use this sound and play that kind of chord voicing. And that stuff is maybe easier to adapt into your playing. But Allan…I wouldn't dare."


creo que lo dejo todo claro, ni si quiera el se atrevería con holdsworth, govan para mi es uno de mis guitarristas favoritos a dia de hoy tanto en lo musical como en lo personal que e conocido de el, es un pedazo de artista de lo mas grande hoy dia, pero allan es otra liga diferente, pregunta a cualquier musico y solo diran elogios de el, lo que pasa es que se tiene que tener el odio educado para escucharlo, ya no entenderlo que eso es muchisimo mas dificil, yo por suerte tuve la oportunidad de verlo 3 veces en directo hablar con el y tenia un caracter muy reservado y modesto. La comunidad musical ha perdido un gran referente que llevo la musica a otro nivel, con el tiempo nos daremos cuenta de su enorme aporte!! saludos
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#63 por Superoverdrive5150 hace 1 semana
Estilísticamente se parecen bastante poco. Además ¿ Por qué quedarse con uno solo ?
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