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> Neoclassical Solo For Beginners, Lesson By Emir Hot
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Victor Simion
post Jan 20 2019, 03:40 PM
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Original lesson: Neoclassical Solo For Beginners by Emir Hot

Hi all,

Thank you for this nice lessons.
I need some advice for improving.



Edit: Thank you all for your feedback. I realized that my guitar is a little low in the mix after comparing my playing with Emir's playing, but I said let's give it a try and see how is my playing.

I think the main reason why I am concentrated and not relaxed when I am playing is because I am not used being on the camera.
I tend to make more mistakes when I am on the camera, and also I had to pay attention to start recording, stop recording, recording video with camera, recording audio with computer, and also playing, which is something I do very rarely.


This post has been edited by Victor Simion: Jan 22 2019, 04:59 PM
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