Knocking On Heavens Door 1 St Solo, I need some constructive advice !
Frank
Oct 3 2011, 01:58 AM
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dark dude
Oct 3 2011, 03:03 PM
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Your main problem is in the timing, try to tap your foot and follow the drums (0:18 is an example where things get faster than they should), just get into the groove.

Always be watching out for keeping in tune, too - your bends are sounding a lot better, and your vibrato is sounding great!

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Daniel Realpe
Oct 3 2011, 05:26 PM
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I remember you posted this a while ago, and I can tell it's MUCH better! you enter the phrase on time on the first 3-4 but then on 0:15 I think mis interpreted where the beat is. Make sure you listen to the original and be aware where every beat 1 is, and what note is being played on that beat,

Because all your notes are right, it's just displaced at the end!

And I think the backing track is in Gb, and you are playing in G, so you have to move everything down a fret. If I'm not mistaken

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