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    George Carlin with a grunge guitar and the classic "oh, I know a few things" look on his face. I hate it and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Nothing can be worse that the classical piece Ralph Macchio mimes his way through at the end of the Crossroads guitar dual.
    His miming, sure - he definitely studied enough to have some vague idea where to put his hands, but not nearly enoug to actually sell it.

    Steve Vai's performance he was miming to, though... Sacrelige, lol. Fucking killer performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    His miming, sure - he definitely studied enough to have some vague idea where to put his hands, but not nearly enoug to actually sell it.

    Steve Vai's performance he was miming to, though... Sacrelige, lol. Fucking killer performance.
    I think Steve Vai's acting performance in that guitar duel is more cringeworthy - he really sucks at acting that he can't play Eugene's Trick Bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    I think Steve Vai's acting performance in that guitar duel is more cringeworthy - he really sucks at acting that he can't play Eugene's Trick Bag.
    Eh, you figure that's two things he doesn't have much experience with, though, acting, and not being able to play something.

    His recording of messing up that solo, however, I always thought was seriously cool.

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