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post Feb 16 2012, 03:36 PM
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Hey there mate smile.gif welcome to your thread biggrin.gif



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Well i love to play blues as i think its the best genre to play on guitar just because you get so much feel out of it...

But now i want to expand my guitar skills to a new level going abit heavier, rock and fast alternate picking..

Now my skill level is at around difficulty 3 and sometimes 4.

i want to be playing guitar pieces at difficulty 6/7
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post Feb 16 2012, 04:18 PM
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QUOTE (Im here to succeed @ Feb 16 2012, 02:44 PM) *
Well i love to play blues as i think its the best genre to play on guitar just because you get so much feel out of it...

But now i want to expand my guitar skills to a new level going abit heavier, rock and fast alternate picking..

Now my skill level is at around difficulty 3 and sometimes 4.

i want to be playing guitar pieces at difficulty 6/7


Alright mate! Tell me what do you enjoy more: lead or rhythm playing?


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I enjoy playing lead, i mean i was a rhythm guitarist in a band for 2 years, and it was good, but i was always jelous of the lead guitarist who got all the lime light haha. so i definitely want to improve on my lead skills
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QUOTE (Im here to succeed @ Feb 16 2012, 03:41 PM) *
I enjoy playing lead, i mean i was a rhythm guitarist in a band for 2 years, and it was good, but i was always jelous of the lead guitarist who got all the lime light haha. so i definitely want to improve on my lead skills


Alright and since 'You're here to succeed' biggrin.gif let's tackle a little blues solo, and I was thinking of this one:

http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...loing-beginner/

it has all the blues can offer - feel, rhythmic approach and articulation elements. What do you think, do you like this one?


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Hi there, yeah that looks like a great lesson.. i will start learning it!
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QUOTE (Im here to succeed @ Feb 18 2012, 03:51 PM) *
Hi there, yeah that looks like a great lesson.. i will start learning it!


Great! Let's share some first thoughts over it when you have given it a good listen and you are ready, I would suggest focusing on articulation, meaning bending, vibrato, slides, this sort of stuff alongside timing and tightness.

Each little piece at a time ok? No rush smile.gif


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Hey man! How are you faring with the lesson? smile.gif you were pretty silent and I was curious to know if everything is ok.


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Hey maan, here is the audio file of it
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Wow biggrin.gif hehehe, great take man! Really, aside from some minor timing slips, the tone and interpretation are very good! Congrats biggrin.gif

Now, what say you - would you be interested in submitting a video take for the REC section for this lesson, or you would like to move on to another more challenging lesson?

all the best

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PS: you have what it takes to play lead! biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Mar 14 2012, 08:53 AM) *
Wow biggrin.gif hehehe, great take man! Really, aside from some minor timing slips, the tone and interpretation are very good! Congrats biggrin.gif

Now, what say you - would you be interested in submitting a video take for the REC section for this lesson, or you would like to move on to another more challenging lesson?

all the best

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PS: you have what it takes to play lead! biggrin.gif


haha yeah i know it wasn't perfect... i'd like to move and to the next lesson... and thanks alot biggrin.gif
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Hey man! Let's go back to work biggrin.gif I'd like to see and hear how you'd fare with this one tongue.gif

http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Robben..._Blues_Soloing/


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Mar 15 2012, 10:59 AM) *
Hey man! Let's go back to work biggrin.gif I'd like to see and hear how you'd fare with this one tongue.gif

http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Robben..._Blues_Soloing/


Haha wow that looks like a challenge. i will get to work on it
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QUOTE (Im here to succeed @ Mar 15 2012, 04:09 PM) *
Haha wow that looks like a challenge. i will get to work on it


Well, I see it as a nice mild push from the last one up wink.gif I'm sure you'll do a very good job with it wink.gif


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