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I agree with Reg, on the playing.Now on the visual side of things I’ll leave it too TE (see bellow) as he is a very successful professional musician (a guitar playing musical entertainer who fills concert halls round the world) and in a position to be taken seriously.22 mins into this interview the guy interviewing says “lets talk about percussive guitar as it is in very in”.TE says (percussive guitar) is like a science experiment - like “OK you’ve got you’r motor skills and multi tasking going”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5e3OT3myE2wFrom a purely musical point of view I like to run these types of guitar arrangements / transcriptions played back on my DAW on piano or orchestra or synth sample library to get an idea of the ‘musicality’ of the piece - is it ‘good music’ - to me, again we all individually get to decide this, taking out the medium of the doubtless impressive technique makes for v/interesting listening. I do this with my own compositions and vary harmonic and rhythmic and even tuning temperament other than the 4/4 major / minor western equal tempered scale
Keep at it Stew, happy pickin