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    Bruce Arnold playing a JPX

    So I was just googling for twelve-tone rock music when I found this guy, you'll be specially interested in the videos Multiplicity and Twelve-tone Boogie, where he's playing a JPX. Enjoy!

    Video - Bruce Arnold – Guitar
    Rafael

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    I just stumbled upon him the other day as well. Initial photo I saw was with him and a 25th Anniversary guitar.
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    Great to see that! I'm a big fan of Bruce's books and courses and my musicianship has significantly improved as a result of his instruction. His ear training CDs were constantly in my car's CD changer during my long (1.5 hour each way) commute to and from work about a decade ago. That improved my improvisational skills immensely.
    "The more of our stuff you have the more awesomely freaky you become." -- BP

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    Great vids. Bruce is great, I love his outside blues stuff using 12-tone row. I have to buy his book on 12-tone row. Seeing that JPX doing fusion is a refreshing change, great musician.

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    Very cool, but that chromatic stuff does nothing for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the24thfret View Post
    Very cool, but that chromatic stuff does nothing for me.
    Here we go...

    j/k

    Though strictly speaking this is not chromatic, it's twelve-tone. I'm not particularly fond of it either, though I recognise it's usefulness and was just wondering what rock musicians where doing with XX century advances in music, IF they were doing anything.
    Rafael

    Silhouette Hardtail Black, Tortoise Pickguard, Rosewood Fretboard, Matching headstock, S.N. G28918 born 7/11/05

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketRalf View Post
    Though strictly speaking this is not chromatic, it's twelve-tone. I'm not particularly fond of it either, though I recognise it's usefulness and was just wondering what rock musicians where doing with XX century advances in music, IF they were doing anything.
    Thanks again for posting this, man. I love this stuff, my fusion trio does a lot of different styles, Arnold's book on 12-tone row is amazing for my improvistaion and composition palette.
    This kind of stuff is an acquired taste, it's like jazz, it's not easily accessible to every listener.

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