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Major Arpeggios Exercise, Lesson By Javier Aviles
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nicoweb
May 4 2020, 08:30 PM
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Original lesson: Major Arpeggios Exercise by Javier Aviles



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Gabriel Leopardi
May 5 2020, 03:54 PM
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Hi Nico!

This one is good for both technique and learning the fretboard. This is sounding good, but I recommend you to focus a bit on making your hands movements smaller, and try to keep your left hand fingers closer to the fretboard. At this point I think that you need to continue practicing this shapes since that's the only way to feel more comfortable and make your posture look (and feel) more natural.

So my suggestion is "Keep practicing" to improve your technique and make this arpeggios sound more consistent.

It's a 7!

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Darius Wave
May 6 2020, 06:25 PM
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Hey there again!

First of all this lesson has a beautiful musical side. Practising over backing with such a great mood is twice the pleasure smile.gif

There are no cirtical fixes needed but there are moments of hesitation and hand sync issues - sometimes right hand hits before left is ready with fretting a note. Also the trick with arpeggios is to seperate the notes clearly. Most of time you managed to execute it properly but there are moments where notes on two different strings overlap. Try to fix this smile.gif

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Todd Simpson
May 7 2020, 05:45 AM
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I like the way it's sounding and the direction it's going! That said, I do think this one could use a few more repetitions. A bit more time in the wood shed would probably be a good thing. The more you play any given piece of music, the more natural it will feel and the more natural it will sound. I do understand the impulse to put up a rec as soon as possible. Sometimes, it's too early. This one is ready but I think you could do it better based on the other rec vids I've seen from you. Without repeating the bits the other guys have said, I'd give this a solid 7!


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Kristofer Dahl
May 8 2020, 08:43 PM
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Agreed - hand sync is the thing to comment on here.

You are not quite ready for dealing with the section starting at 00:41 at this tempo. You should practice separately at a tempo way below you comfort speed to make sure hand sync & hand tension is spot on - before putting it all together.

Bare in mind that repeating something with constant missed notes / hand sync is a way of teaching your body to do things the wrong way. Those habits can be hard to get rid off.

Overall it is still looking very promising, keep up the good work - you get a 7 from me!

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May 19 2020, 05:43 PM
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