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" These harsh methods, for better or worse, seemed to serve their purpose, as a young Eddie went on to win a number of piano competitions in greater Los Angeles. By the mid the Van Halen brothers had discovered rock music. Eddie took to guitar and his brother to drums, and neither wanted much to do with piano anymore. Eddie recounted his thought process during this time to Guitar Player: "I said, 'F the piano! I don't want to sit down. The group had released two platinum records and had barnstormed the globe in support of both. For Eddie Van Halen, however, the accolades further mounted, since he'd established himself as one of the most admired and innovative guitarists in the world. Polls held by Guitar Player told the tale, with Eddie winning the Best New Talent award Adidas Yeezy Grey And Black in late 1978 and Best Rock Guitarist in 1979. He was unquestionably a guitar hero.

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This status, Eddie soon learned, made his producer and bandmates uncomfortable with his interest in incorporating keyboards into Van Halen's sound. During studio session for the band's third album, 'Women and Children First,' Van Halen surprised Templeman by playing a Wurlitzer electric piano through a Marshall stack while the band tracked the anthemic 'And the Cradle Will Rock ' Eddie later explained to one interviewer that fans "might not even notice" the keyboard on the finished track, because "it sounds like my guitar. " In other words, the band and Templeman let Van Halen add piano to the song precisely because it didn't sound like piano. In case Eddie hadn't gotten the memo, the band particularly Roth made it clear that they didn't want their guitarist tinkling the ivories when Van Halen hit the road in 1980. In discussing 'Cradle,' Eddie noted, "That was my first encounter with the band not wanting me to play keyboards when we did the song live, Mike played it. They didn want a 'guitar hero' playing keyboards, and that kind of ties in with why they didn't want 'Jump. '"These battles over creativity, keyboards, and Eddie status as a guitar hero continued into the 1980s. The guitarist penned some songs from 1981's 'Fair Warning,' like "Hear About It Later," on piano, even though he'd play them on guitar on the album. Adidas Yeezy Blue And White

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n didn't represent an attempt to make sure that their children were well rounded young people. Instead, it was training for their future careers as concert pianists. Making sure that their children achieved that degree of mastery required years of study and a special kind of teacher. "I played a long time," Van Halen once told Guitar Player. "Got all my musical theory and stuff from playing piano. We used to have this old Russian teacher that was a super concert pianist. " This teacher served up some Old World discipline to make sure that the boys progressed. "[He] couldn't speak a word of English," Van Halen explained. "He would just sit there with a ruler ready to slap my face if I made a mistake.

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