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Recording: Chrono Cross - Radical Dreamers

Submitted Thu, 01/03/2008 - 23:14
by Kabukibear | View the tab

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28 comments on Radical Dreamers

Very well done

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Very well done

Seriously...that's just

Seriously...that's just amazing. I (still) struggle with the opening chords. Especially when you get to the singing part.

lol Daaaaaang

lol Daaaaaang

from a fellow musician to

from a fellow musician to another.... you are the reason i fell in love with this instrument and play style... thank you and keep going strong

wow thats great, i want to

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wow thats great, i want to play it that way too.

EEEFFFFIIINNN AWEEESOOOMEEE

EEEFFFFIIINNN AWEEESOOOMEEE :D

good finger pluckin is there

good finger pluckin
is there something about the classical guitar that gives an advantage to that playing style (are nylon strings easier to push down?), or is it just the acoustics of it?

Well, I'm not really sure. I

Well, I'm not really sure. I know that because the neck of the guitar is wider it gives your fingers more room to fly around, but it's a double edged sword because it makes chords, especially bar chords around frets 1 and 2 more difficult as you have to push down much harder.

I know there's a difference between a flamenco guitar and a classical as the flamenco's string action is much lower, allowing really blazingly fast runs but again, they have to sacrifice tone quality as flamenco guitars usually sound a bit "buzzy."

I know the nylon strings are a bit easier on the fingers though, but other than that and the neck size I'm not really sure. Ron might know...

nope Kabuki got it about

nope Kabuki got it about right the action (classicals are usually have more action than flamenco and electric but less than folk) the wider neck and longer frets is really about it.

Thats insane how you add the

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Thats insane how you add the vocal part in with the chorus and time it just right.I learned how to play this song on Jpop anime site.If i could make a request i would love to hear you play the title song to Suikoden IV for Ps2 that would be badass

maaaaan that's awesome.

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maaaaan that's awesome.

I would definitely say I'd

I would definitely say I'd rather play this song on an clasical guitar. It's easier, and it sounds awesome.

Holy god damn shit. That was

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Holy god damn shit. That was amazing. I don't know why I didn't see this before now. It's one of my favorite songs. It will take some time before I can play it anywhere near as well as you, but now I've made it my goal to at least learn this arrangement.

don't worry. with practice,

don't worry. with practice, it's not as impossible as it looks. I can already play a lot of it smoothly, and I just started looking at the tab 4 days ago.

Dude.. ur awesome hey i'v

Dude.. ur awesome hey i'v been playing for almost a year and i'v olny truely been playing what i considered seriously for like 2 months which is like an hour a day practice or a little less.. what do you consider serious? how many hours a day would i have to practice to be that dam good? i consider you one of my favz idol ftw!

wo0o0otsauce give me some tips!

Back when I had the time I

Back when I had the time I was playing about 4 hours a day, every day. When I first got my guitar I would play until my finger bled. I eventually got calluses which put an end to that but I really went all out when I first started which helped my playing since I never took lessons.

These days I play off an on that probably equals to maybe an hour or 2 a day.

Thanks for that, I'll be

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Thanks for that, I'll be practiceing way more now, Tankzz alots mansauce

keep on posting man i look foward to it xD

great score man. this is one

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great score man. this is one of my favorite songs

Great Job

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Great Job

Amazing arrangement!! I'm

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Amazing arrangement!! I'm also struggling with the start of the singing part. Can you give me the fingering to the first bar of the singing opening? *Where the second double star appears). Thanks a million.

NOOOOOOO! It's GONE!

NOOOOOOO! It's GONE!

:O :O :O omg... what

:O :O :O omg... what happendd????

he closed his youtube,

he closed his youtube, remember?

It's the recording which

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It's the recording which taught me why classical guitar exists. It also taught me why Kabukibear is the greatest VG music arranger for classical guitar ever.

Kabuki you champ!

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Kabuki you champ!

Kabuki... I never feel the

Kabuki... I never feel the same emotion out of any other guitarist as I do from you. You are a very talented guitarist. And always look forward to your work.

How many years had you been

How many years had you been playing?

The only answer to that

The only answer to that question is: keep practicing, Vp. Practice every day. Don't stop practicing, and you will be able to reach your goals, if you are practicing well.

If you were going to get info from KB, more important would be how he practiced--not for how long.

PS, I hope I'm not too presumptuous but the question smacks of "I want to compare how long I've been playing to how long you had been playing, so that I can see where I stand." And I just think comparing yourself to other people's *results* isn't the answer. However, if you admire their results, asking about their *method* can be very helpful.