Super Mario theme played (unplugged) on 12-string bass




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Published on Oct 1, 2006

This is the Adler 12-string bass guitar. Check out other videos : http://www.youtube.com/user/GarryGood...
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Being a bass player, I "invented" the single course 12-string bass so
that as a musician, I could experience all of music as a pianist does. For those of you who write to me and tell me I did not invent this bass: Where did it come from? Why does it exist? Where did the low C0 string come from? How about the high G4 and Ab4 string for the 32" bass scale? This instrument, with 12 single course strings spanning 8 octaves did not exist until I commissioned Mike Adler to build it. This is not a Stick, and I purchased a Stick in 1975 because I was a two handed touch player. The Stick and the Warr are really two 5,6,7 etc. string guitars sharing the same fretboard. This is non stop 4ths C0-G4 or C#0 to Ab4.
In searching for some beginning piano music on a piano sheet music site, I read a thread about beginning pianists asking where they could find sheet music of video game themes. This theme, the Super Mario Brother's
Theme, was among them. It doesn't sound like the game,it's piano music. What you are seeing/listening to here is a"unplugged."
If you'd really like to see the
entire version, send an email. Thanks for watching.

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