YouTube, September 19, 2007: Over the last two weeks, in my spare moments (hah!) I recorded our ‘TrueTapper Eclipse’ instrument. This is our most basic instrument, and while it is perfectly suitable for a professional musician to do studio recording, any student with a summer job can afford this instrument.
The video is a demonstration of the features of the Eclipse, and the Bloggard in his guise of Traktor Topaz, strange musician from another planet, plays a couple of songs and explains how the instrument is constructed to make learning fast, and playing easy.
The video is a companion to the previous video which explains the Easy Touch-Style Method of learning to play music using the two-handed tapping technique. The Easy Touch-Style video is the first of several, and in one of the online forums, my very good friend Greg Howard suggested that I make a video playing some music.
So I thought — Why not?
So, assuming that YouTube is online and streaming just now, the Bloggard presents:
Now, at last, the neighbors can know the source of those strange flickering lights … late at night … and the … peculiar … sounds. Oh, yes. Yes, now they’ll know.