Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) Guitar Cover + Solo

Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) Guitar Cover + Solo

C'garslà , ...l'est tombé dans la s'moul' avant sa naissance , ...depuis son coeur bat , tel un nénuphar entre quelques cocotiers ...juste le temps de dire ...!!!
Very well done, even with the Les Paul. This is probably my favorite Floyd song too. I distinctly remember when it came out, cuz I rushed to the store to get a copy, and it’s all I played for weeks and weeks.
Tabs for the solo pleaaaseee?????
when i play the main part of the riff between the E5 and C5..I throw in often the open 2nd and 3rd strings too is that right or wrong
Muito legal ! Estou treinando pra tocar na minha guitarra ! Parabéns aqui do Brasil amigo !!!
No talk box? Not a full cover.
Really like this because you’re the only one on YouTube who plays the beautiful solo note for note
yeah, you played it note perfect, but Pink Floyd isn't about that, the guitar is the character in Pink Floyd, whilst everything else builds around that character, Pink Floyd is a really difficult band to master, and you did well but here are my recommendations for you: first of all, you need some delay and reverb on that guitar, and if you already have, crank it. Pink Floyd loves that good stuff. Also, experiment with vibrato, in that solo you played it note perfect and your bends were to the note, but add some character and shake that string around a little because, without it, it sounds dead. You have not yet developed your finger tone on guitar but give it a little practice and you will sound really good. Great solo!
Muito boa!
Nice !
that was great... and a great idea using the karaoke backing track..
Muito bom, parabéns!
Grande loco q bueno !
Freakin' awesome! Best guitar solo in any song ever. :)
great job
fantastic. you're so talented.. tq for cover man
Great tone and playing!
Especially with somewhat slower paced solos like these it is extremely important you don't cut any notes short

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