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Offline Aquilauno

Yamaha Genos : Partie 1 - Arnaud Delauney
« on: December 02, 2017, 02:00:03 AM »
New video... from Arnaud Delauney...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9uB8zXZ0y4

PS
sorry I thought it was a good video, actually nothing that, I was fooled the title (part 1) I thought of a series of in-depth videos but it is not so ... sorry again!!
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Offline pjd

Re: Yamaha Genos : Partie 1 - Arnaud Delauney
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2017, 06:51:15 AM »
This video covers the Genos spectrum in 12 minutes -- good for people in a hurry and like to hear French.  :)

Time to let the faux AC/DC go. After hearing the same "style for a specific song" demos, I have to ask how these styles will carry over to other tunes in the same genre? No real slam on Genos -- just the natural question to ask of any style.

I love Arnaud's jazz/rock fusion playing. Unfortunately, we only get a few snippets here. To me, the Genos has good potential here. The new Active Bass (slap bass) near the beginning of the video is sweet.

Still waiting for the next boat of G to the US -- pj



Offline soundphase

Re: Yamaha Genos : Partie 1 - Arnaud Delauney
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2017, 01:02:36 PM »
This video covers the Genos spectrum in 12 minutes -- good for people in a hurry and like to hear French.  :)

Time to let the faux AC/DC go. After hearing the same "style for a specific song" demos, I have to ask how these styles will carry over to other tunes in the same genre? No real slam on Genos -- just the natural question to ask of any style.

I love Arnaud's jazz/rock fusion playing. Unfortunately, we only get a few snippets here. To me, the Genos has good potential here. The new Active Bass (slap bass) near the beginning of the video is sweet.

Still waiting for the next boat of G to the US -- pj
I saw Arnaud Delaunay in live yesterday. He talked about these styles dedicated (at first sight) to one music. He proved us that with this AcDc style, he succeeds to play 3 or 4 different pieces.