Summary of It’s IMPOSSIBLE to play this guitar part

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In this video, a group of guitarists discuss the difficulties of playing the guitar part to "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits. They talk about how the tone is unique and how the introduction sets the tone for the rest of the song. They also discuss the importance of picking up a pick and how it can make a difference in your playing.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Mason Stoops, a session guitarist and fan of Dire Straits, discusses the guitar part of the song "Money for Nothing." The tone is unique, and features Strat tones from the '80s that have since been surpassed in popularity. The introduction, while unnecessary, is a good contrast to the rest of the song and establishes the tone for the rest of the piece.
  • 00:05:00 This young guitarist talks about how influential and unique Knopfler's playing was to him. He talks about how Knopfler's playing helped shape his technique and helped him develop a unique style.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, several guitarists discuss the importance of picking up a pick and the difference it can make in your playing. One of the guitarists, Mark Knopfler, says that if this video was recorded 10 years earlier or 10 years later, it would be unrecognizable. He goes on to say that one of his favorite singers, Julianna Riolino, has just released a new single and that it's called "Lone Ranger". In addition, he recommends Keith Jarrett's "Landscape for Future Earth" album. Finally, Ryan shares a Marvin Gaye story about his divorce album, "Here, My Dear".

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