Epic Riff time! The man who invented the Genre Surf Rock: Dick Dale. We analyse one of his most iconic riffs and learn why it's so hard to get it down correctly! ▶MY COURSES◀ Beginner: 🤍learnpracticeplay.com Intermediate: 🤍nextlevelplaying.com Acoustic: 🤍acousticadventure.com ▶FOLLOW ME◀ Instagram: 🤍🤍instagram.com/pauldavidsguitar ▶GUITAR◀ Fender Stratocaster ▶AMP◀ Fender Tweed Deluxe Miced with a beyerdynamic M160 and a Neumann TLM 102 ▶PEDAL◀ Source Audio Collider Hi, my name is Paul Davids! I am a guitar player, teacher, producer, and overall music enthusiast from the Netherlands! I try to inspire people from all over the world with my videos, here on YouTube. If you want to know more about me, check out 🤍PaulDavidsGuitar.com or check out my guitar courses at: 🤍learnpracticeplay.com and 🤍nextlevelplaying.com, and 🤍acousticadventure.com Thank you for watching! Paul Below is the gear and services I use to make these videos. They redirect to websites and provide me with a small kickback should purchase any of these things. ▶GEAR LIST◀ 🤍🤍amazon.com/shop/pauldavids ▶SFX & Background music◀ 🤍share.epidemicsound.com/pauldavids ▶MICS◀ Vocal mic - 🤍amzn.to/2BVNtbV ▶SOUND◀ Soundcard - 🤍amzn.to/2xk7pSM DAW - 🤍amzn.to/2fhPZjz
you could not have picked a more fuzzy recording of the dick dale original
Who cares if it's wrong. Long as it sounds good
Is it true a kid bet him he couldn't make a song out of using 1string ?
Just play it ! Damn, that western habit of delaying getting to the point is one of the most annoying aspect of western culture. Play the riff up front and then do the explanation.
Hi Paul. It bothers me when almost all of Deep Purple's Burn tabs and tutorial videos show in the riff that he would play the G note after the first Bb/A/G riff, but I can't hear it at all on the record. He does it with his thumb at the beginning of the song, but I can't hear it until the next time it's supposed to come. Is he really playing it?
If you haven't yet.... You should check out Alexander misko playing it.
I need some help on playing Polyphia song “playing God”
Can you do a break down video?
Gr from Rotterdam 😊
Never realised that song was as intricate, thank you for investigating it!
You should had asked Kfir Ohayon. youtu.be/0ZhdAnye0DM?si=NAK8scrcwKIIgdTq youtu.be/0ZhdAnye0DM?si=NAK8scrcwKIIgdTq
Great breakdown! I don’t play instruments but I was genuinely intrigued by your explanation. Thank you.
so, you think you've been playing it wrong? Ive always played it on my Baritone guitar, tuned to Bb ( Instead of B ) ...and played my trombone for the trumpet part...
This explains Dale's own explanation
If you have played this wrong, then you have no ear for music. Seriously.
Paul Davis 👍 tooop
Greetings from Italy 🙏
Too much talking
Hearing the original is fascinating. I can imagine Mr. Dale fingering the notes for this in his head as he was listening, and transposing them to the git fiddle LW6qGy3RtwY LW6qGy3RtwY
"Misirlou" earliest recorded as a Greek song , by a Greek artist in 1927. Much of the music that sounds Middle Eastern is really Greek traditional music from the Constantinople and Smirni regions. Greeks Syrians and Armenians were forced to flee their ancestral lands in early 1900s. ... Before 1940s much traditional Greek music sounded like this. Arabic and Middle Eastern music still often has this harmonic style.