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11 Sep 2011
Hey everyone

I work in a national newspaper called 'HABERTURK' as a page designer. And wanted share how I work.
Here is a picture



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When I get bored of work I practice guitar biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
And here is the shocky part: My boss says 'Well done. Keep practicing' biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
26 Aug 2011
Hey everyone
I wanted to ask you a question?
One of my practice routine is 3 note per string patterns on whole fretboard.
When I practice them about 2 hours I can easily play at 90 bpm (6 notes for 1 beat)
But when I start to practice I can't play them even 80 bpm. Problem isn't on my left hand. My picking hand is slower when I just start play.
Is there something wrong with me or Is it normal?
What can I do to pass that?
24 Aug 2011
Just WOWWWW!!!


12 Aug 2011
Hey everyone. I just wanted to share something.

Before I was a GMC'er, I didn't know importance of vibrato. And I was thinking that my vibrato is good enough. Then I became a GMC member and everyone said the same thing: VIBRATO AND BENDING SEPARATES GOOD AND BAD GUITAR PLAYER. And one day I saw Ben's vibrato lessons and I liked Classical Vibrato so much. I said 'OK. That's it. I have to try this' Then I tried to do it and I couldn't at first place. I realised that my fingers don't have enough strength to do it. I practiced Ben's legato series to get that strength for one week and after this I tried Classical vibrato again. And only after 2 days practice I was able to do it. I was so excited. I recorded a video and posted to forum. Ben's comments were so positive.
And now I'm trying to apply this technique to my playing. If I continue to practice it for 2 or 3 weeks, Classical Vibrato will be a part of my playing. So Thanks Ben, Thanks GMC



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