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Guitar Prodigies
subcultured at 11:27AM, May 15, 2008
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young geniuses..
man, i can't even play the piano







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Arashi_san at 12:20AM, May 16, 2008
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Japanese people don't count. They're cyborgs with programming and scripting, and hacks.

I actually learned Iron Man on the guitar. Well, some of it.
My father's somewhat of a guitar prodigy so I tried the guitar, too. I ended up mostly dawdling a lot and never got very good. It's still fun to play, though.
shifting in the wind… is a baby.
K.A.L.A.-dan! Ronin!
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ozoneocean at 8:37AM, May 16, 2008
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It's good for kids. You practise manual skills long enough and you can do anything, especially if you're well suited to it for some reason- in those kid's cases: good coordination, dexterity, and good hearing.

Nothing of genius anywhere in the mix. It's not needed. Just application and time. It's a good thing they spent it playing musical instruments and not video games. ;)
 
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Arashi_san at 1:29PM, May 16, 2008
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It's good for kids. You practise manual skills long enough and you can do anything, especially if you're well suited to it for some reason- in those kid's cases: good coordination, dexterity, and good hearing.
I don't know about good hearing. Playing next to those loud speakers again and again causes hearing to suck.

They may gain a sharper perception or sound distinction ability, but hearing will probably overall deteriorate.
shifting in the wind… is a baby.
K.A.L.A.-dan! Ronin!
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