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post Feb 13 2010, 05:10 AM
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OK I redid the piece "In the Style of George Lynch". I think this is a little improved over the last vid. Not great but I think the timing is better and the bends are a little more in tune. I also played it with a little more confidence because I spent about 3 more hours practicing it since the last video. I decided to delete the first video. Constructive feedback welcome!!


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post Feb 13 2010, 05:21 AM
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QUOTE (shatterd @ Feb 13 2010, 05:10 AM) *
OK I redid the piece "In the Style of George Lynch". I think this is a little improved over the last vid. Not great but I think the timing is better and the bends are a little more in tune. I also played it with a little more confidence because I spent about 3 more hours practicing it since the last video. I decided to delete the first video. Constructive feedback welcome!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL_9ciFEhss


I wrote you a little comment on youtube, it's not exactly constructive, but I got one point across that I wanted to get across. I don't really have anything else to say than what I wrote there, so once again - keep it up, dude! smile.gif


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post Feb 13 2010, 06:18 AM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Feb 13 2010, 04:21 AM) *
I wrote you a little comment on youtube, it's not exactly constructive, but I got one point across that I wanted to get across. I don't really have anything else to say than what I wrote there, so once again - keep it up, dude! smile.gif



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post Feb 14 2010, 01:19 PM
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Hey Shattered,

Great improvement from the last take smile.gif

Let me see if i can help you a bit with some problems you are having.

Lets first address the timing issues.

In the first section of the solo part the first lick is correct timing. The problem is going into the little bit at :35 your rushing into that section your actually playing it at the right speed but your starting on the wrong part of the measure. If it helps you think of it this way, after the triplet note lick after you stop the note on the 7th fret of the D string, either internally. Or out loud just say "One" and then start the next section i know its a rather odd timing, think of it as a hiccup between the two licks. But like i said if it helps just say "One" then go. Most of the timing issues you have shortly after that section is because you jumped the gun on that part and the ending of that phrase loop is not falling where it should.


Another timing issue is at :50 the lick has the same triplet gallop as the very first lick of the solo part. After this section that uses the diminished shape to the double stop bend. Again after you stop the end note of the diminished pause for one count then do the double stop. The other thing is make the notes of the double stop ring a little bit more before bending up and make the bend up is slower.

Ok, the next section after the double stop bend, again we here have pauses that your rushing just a little bit. Just like in the other sections i think if you out loud or internally count 1 before each note, so it would be like

Double stop "One
Note (stop) "One"
Note (stop) "one"

i hope i am not confusing you.

Your getting better, if you have any issues about the solo section that you need help with PM me or post here i will help where i can.

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post Feb 14 2010, 07:36 PM
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QUOTE (Daniel Robinson @ Feb 14 2010, 12:19 PM) *
Hey Shattered,

Great improvement from the last take smile.gif

Let me see if i can help you a bit with some problems you are having.

Lets first address the timing issues.

In the first section of the solo part the first lick is correct timing. The problem is going into the little bit at :35 your rushing into that section your actually playing it at the right speed but your starting on the wrong part of the measure. If it helps you think of it this way, after the triplet note lick after you stop the note on the 7th fret of the D string, either internally. Or out loud just say "One" and then start the next section i know its a rather odd timing, think of it as a hiccup between the two licks. But like i said if it helps just say "One" then go. Most of the timing issues you have shortly after that section is because you jumped the gun on that part and the ending of that phrase loop is not falling where it should.


Another timing issue is at :50 the lick has the same triplet gallop as the very first lick of the solo part. After this section that uses the diminished shape to the double stop bend. Again after you stop the end note of the diminished pause for one count then do the double stop. The other thing is make the notes of the double stop ring a little bit more before bending up and make the bend up is slower.

Ok, the next section after the double stop bend, again we here have pauses that your rushing just a little bit. Just like in the other sections i think if you out loud or internally count 1 before each note, so it would be like

Double stop "One
Note (stop) "One"
Note (stop) "one"

i hope i am not confusing you.

Your getting better, if you have any issues about the solo section that you need help with PM me or post here i will help where i can.

Daniel


Thanks Daniel! Great lesson. Let me go back and work on it with your suggestions. I've already started on another lesson but I will now go back and see if I can clean that up. It seemed to me that in the Lynch lesson there were some odd timing things in the piece. Like the first chord(at :11) didn't seem to start on 1...but rather on the up beat 'and'. Am I correct?

Let me also ask that you do a few more lessons in the style of Lynch because....
1-You are really good at his style
2-There isn't enough Lynch material on the site considering his stature and following within his respective genre.

Timing is tough for me and I'm trying to get better at it more by feel...by just playing a lot to songs and backing tracks rather than analyzing it so much and making it an academic exercise. This takes the fun out of it for me by making it a science.



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post Feb 14 2010, 09:49 PM
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QUOTE (shatterd @ Feb 14 2010, 02:36 PM) *
Thanks Daniel! Great lesson. Let me go back and work on it with your suggestions. I've already started on another lesson but I will now go back and see if I can clean that up. It seemed to me that in the Lynch lesson there were some odd timing things in the piece. Like the first chord(at :11) didn't seem to start on 1...but rather on the up beat 'and'. Am I correct?

Let me also ask that you do a few more lessons in the style of Lynch because....
1-You are really good at his style
2-There isn't enough Lynch material on the site considering his stature and following within his respective genre.

Timing is tough for me and I'm trying to get better at it more by feel...by just playing a lot to songs and backing tracks rather than analyzing it so much and making it an academic exercise. This takes the fun out of it for me by making it a science.


Yes there are several odd timings in this. Actually there is alot of up beat starts to phrases in this. At least you are aware of it. Its part of the reason i tagged the lesson as a difficulty rating of 6 instead of lower.

Although Lynch does do things like this from time to time, the truth is its my own style coming through. Its one of those things that you come to realize about your own playing when you start scoring and recording your own stuff you realize that there is more to it than you think


I am sure as you get better during your guitar journey here you will hear and feel the rhythms more, thats a part of playing. Its like learning to run, your crawling...then a couple steps then walking than running. Once you get to this point its second nature you dont have to pay attention to it. So just learn good habits now for counting out rhythms. And no need to kill yourself to make it perfect right now, keep learning stuff maybe it will help to get a fresh perspective on it in a couple of weeks.

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post Feb 15 2010, 11:08 PM
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Thanks Daniel! Look forward to future lessons by you. Really appreciate the personal touch from the instructors here.


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harmony sounds really cool, I really like it!

and your tone too,...I would only say that you imrpove your timing a little...I think you have to wait more patiently between phrases


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