Yngwie Malmsteen Fastest Guitarist

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 8:45 PM , have 0 comments
Yngwie Malmsteen
Yngwie Malmsteen it had become a phenomenon among guitarists rock / heavy metal when it appears with a debut album Rising Force in 1984. His speed in doing sweep, combined with minor tones, and exhibited a high technical Swedish guitarist is like creating a new standard in speed and technique of guitar, especially in the line rock and heavy metal. Yngwie Malmsteen was a concern in the mid-1980s for his guitar technique and the influence of neo-classical metal compositions Compositions. Four album sales from 1984 to 1988, Rising Force, Marching Out, Trilogy, and Odyssey, the peak ranks of the top 100.

Full Name: Lars Johann Yngwie Lannerback
Place / Date of Birth: June 30, 1963 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Group Current Band: Yngwie Malmsteen Band
Group Band Previous: Steeler, Alcatrazz,
Effect: Niccolo Paganini, Jimi Hendrix, Ritchie Blackmore, JSBach, Antonio Vivaldi, WAMozart,
Guitar: Fender Stratocaster Yngwie. Malmsteen Signature Series
Expertise: Neoclassical, Alternate, Picking, Arpeggio, etc..

Yngwie game strong with a touch of blues, rock, and classical influences condensed style classical music maestro, Niccolo Paganini and JS Bach, who was so charming, is considered to be something new. Promoted flow Yngwie heavy metal is then included in the genre of "neo-classical metal".

Previously, Yngwie had joined the band Steeler and Alcatrazz even earned the nickname as the "Father Guitarist Shredder". Indeed, guitarist Shredder is a guitarist who rely heavily on speed in every guitar solo, was actually inherent in Eddy Van Halen, while introducing style "two handed tapping" in song instrumental "Eruption" on the selftitled album, Van Halen, in 1978. However, it can hardly be denied, Yngwie was the one who popularized the technique of modifying simultaneously shredding it.

Yngwie himself admitted that his playing style was heavily influenced classical music, especially Bach and Paganini. While rock and blues, Yngwie obtained from the influence of Jimi Hendrix and Ritchie Blackmore, who is two guitarists idol.

Outside of his solo albums, Yngwie also released a collaboration album with two other top guitarists Joe Satriani and Steve Vai. The album was released in 2004, entitled "G3: Rockin 'in the Free World". On this album, in addition to playing four songs solo, Yngwie also had jamming together Satriani and Vai on three songs: "Voodoo Child" and "Little Wing" Jimi Hendrix-owned and "Rockin 'in the Free World" (Neil Young) .

As well as hard rock musicians and other heavy metal, Yngwie also not forget the songs ballads are sweet on each album. At that time, in the year 1980-1990's, ballad songs is so powerful selling album to tuck in a heavy metal group.

Then came the song "Now is the time" and "Dreaming" Odissey album, I'm My Own Enemy (Fire and Ice album), Prisoner of Your Love (The Seven Sight), and the legendary song "Save Our Love" in Eclipse album.

Sure did, Yngwie still tucked sweet songs on each album. It's a stir for music listeners
Samuel Kurnianta
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