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Thread: Aloha Gang, You gotta see this.. Jake shimabukuro and tommy Emmanuel... :)

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    Default Aloha Gang, You gotta see this.. Jake shimabukuro and tommy Emmanuel... :)

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    Whoa, 10 years ago..Jake was just a baby..but a monster player despite his yout

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    Quote Originally Posted by mm stan View Post
    That's unreal! Stan thanks for finding and sharing this one!

    I have embedded it below for convenience...

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    and here is another version of them performing it some 3 yrs later too:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnJfo74Y4rQ

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    I'm not worthy...

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    Would LOVE to seem them do a whole concert together. Two giants in the acoustic world! Thanks for sharing as I had never seen either of these.
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    Absolutely beautiful playing. Love how the two instruments gel together.
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    Thank you stan!



    Jake is great! He sits on the Chet Atkins place.
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    Both those videos are spectacular! Just when I thought Jake couldnt play any faster, there goes Tommy taking it up a notch too.

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    Awesome videos and what amazingly skilled players!

    I'll be thrilled if I ever get 1/4 as good as those guys.

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