Saturday, September 8, 2012

Cure guitar/bass parts instructional videos

From Brian of The Curse: "I recently started a Youtube account for The Cure's guitar and bass parts to go along with my Cure tablature site. I'm trying to make these videos as instructional as possible with a good view of the fingering on the frets. Check it out!"

18 comments:

  1. Brian you're the best! Very good idea. I'll make sure to follow your account & the site. Thanks!

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  2. Just curious is all..
    Does this tread on any copyright issues??

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    1. Depends on who you ask. The Harry Fox Agency seems to think so. They're who had OLGA.net (on-line guitar archive) stop providing tabs and chord/lyric sheets some years ago.

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  3. thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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  4. notherbob, I don't believe so, because Brian isn't presenting the songs as his own material. He's just providing instruction on how to play them.

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  5. curse a au moin un bon guitariste eu!!

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  6. http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/499838150044327/

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  7. A few Hours After This - so easy! going to be playing this all the time now - thanks for this

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  8. @the Big Ginge: It's easy, but so far I've had trouble playing the left and right hand together on the change!

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  9. @Pietro: Thanks! Request songs you want to learn and I'll try to get around to them.

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  10. @ xploding Boy - I bet RS played them seperately in the studio!

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    1. I'm sure he did, but my inner Alan Wilder wants to put the two parts together. :)

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  11. I know it's not the most complicated song... but i'd love to see you're take on doing "This Twilight Garden"

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  12. Wouldn't mind "A Thousand Hours", "It's Over" & "Watching Me Fall". I always feel like i'm a bit off on those.

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  13. I must admit, I miss all the recent excitement in this blog during this summer. The daily updates, the uncertainty as on whether we'd be able to watch a video broadcast, some new Robert interview, the speculations ... It's all very addictive.

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