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> Inverted Chords Progression, Lesson By Sinisa Cekic
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post Sep 13 2014, 10:08 PM
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Original lesson: Inverted Chords Progression by Sinisa Cekic

So here's my take on Sinisa's lesson, let me know what you think!

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Cosmin Lupu
post Sep 14 2014, 11:17 PM
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Hey buddy! smile.gif

Congratulations! We have debated this one long and hard and here it is, nicely done!

Clean playing, good timing, excellent changes and dynamics! You have the 10 from me wink.gif

Keep rocking!

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post Sep 15 2014, 05:26 AM
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Hi Lester! Great to see you playing some clean arpeggios. smile.gif

As Cosmin said, you did a very good job with this lesson. I just notice a very little timing issue around 00:37 but nothing very serious, the overall is excellent!

These type of lessons seem to be focused on technique stuff, however being able to use this chords and inversions in your own arrangements and compositions should be the ultimate goal. Please take the time to analyse each chord and to discover how and when they can be used.

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post Sep 15 2014, 11:30 AM
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Yeah man,

You deserve a BIG 9 almost 10 here!!
Well done!!
The only critique I could say here is the sound. Maybe you can use for your next recording a real mic, this adds a lot more organic feel and natural sound to it!!

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