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    Steve Vai Revisits Passion & Warfare (Old Studio Footage)

    I figured some of you guys would really, really enjoy this footage.

    I hope he continues to release more!

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    Yeah saw t this afternoon on FB but was swamped in work so I didn't even listened to it. Tks

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    That was great, thanks for posting that.

    I saw this the other day too, from TRUEFIRE.

    It's great that this includes the actual Naked tracks from the album and unless i'm missing something, it looks like great value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder View Post
    That was great, thanks for posting that.

    I saw this the other day too, from TRUEFIRE.

    It's great that this includes the actual Naked tracks from the album and unless i'm missing something, it looks like great value.
    Yeah! I was looking into ordering that. Would love to see his disect the album and explain how he was working on it.

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    I'm grateful that it's not a limited edition thing and i can save up for it, i'd like the DVD to keep as well.

    I hadn't heard of True Fire until i saw a link to this.
    It looks amazing !

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    That was awesome, thanks
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    I could imagine that was a very empowering time for him....and probably scary as well. Dude made all that money from the DLR/Whitesnake days and invested it all in studio gear....obviously, it worked out for him.

    This footage is priceless. I know Vai is a quality freak and would probably be picky about a lot of the footage if he were to put a whole DVD of this stuff together, but I'd watch every second of it over and over. I've already watched this video 3x.
    "It's ONE WHOLE MILLIMETER"

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    I found Vai, like probably a lot of others, when i saw the film Crossroads in '86.

    I picked up on his music seriously when DLR released Eat em and Smile and i've listened to him ever since, but the way he talks when he does interviews and speeches has kept me wanting to play ever since. I've had to put the guitar down for extended periods of my life due to work and other shit and everytime i feel the spark of wanting to play again, it's been listening to something he says that inspires me to do it.
    Right now i'm beginning to learn how to play lead after being a rhythm guitarist / Lead Vocalist for most of the years i've been playing. It was while i was sat looking at my Telecaster last month and trying to work out how i could become the lead guitarist i want to be that i clicked on of his 'Motivational Style' videos (At Guitar Centre i think) and that was enough to make me want to do this so i sold the Telecaster, bought a reasonable guitar to learn to play lead on and here i am.
    I sound shit so far, can;t seem to remember what comes next most of the time and if i catch myself playing that fucking blues scale again i'm going to scream but very slowly things are sinking in and it's all really down to listening to him that i'm even this far along the line.
    Also i really like how he wants to make all this accessible to people instead of keeping all this locked up.
    Last edited by Stryder; 07-17-2016 at 12:48 AM. Reason: I can;t Spoll Prieperlie

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