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Jan 30 2020, 08:32 AM
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Cheers Sarge,

Would you like another take a little quicker?

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jan 29 2020, 11:05 PM) *
, I think you have a bit more gas in the tank. I think you may be able to push a bit faster. I don't want you to play sloppy of course, but your precision is very good, I think you may have more speed in your fingers than you realize.

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Well sure! I think your fingers have some hidden TURBO in them that we just need to let out smile.gif I've always harped on precision so much that I may have stunted your growth as a shred monster! smile.gif

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Would you like another take a little quicker?

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Take 2 Sarge, was well ahead of the metronome in places.

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NICE!! Brisk and smooth. Just the way it should be. I thought you had a bit more turbo in those fingers! Your precision on every lick is always good. I think you may have developed faster fingers along the way than you may be aware of. This drill is a good example. You sped it up but didn't lost any of your control/precision!

If possible, see if you can push your quick licks to the wall just before they fall apart. You have trained your hands well for precise playing, this is a chance to start training them for speed as well. Keep it up! Feel free also to put a slower and faster take on you mission vids, even if the faster take isn't used for grading, it will let me see how your progress is coming.
I look forward to the next one!!

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Take 2 Sarge, was well ahead of the metronome in places.

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Thanks Todd,
For work flow I'll do a controlled run and almost falling apart run in the same take, just one sound /vid sync wink.gif

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Looking forward to seeing your progress! These Missions are built to push your abilities in every area. You have earned your way here and I think you are in great shape to attack these Missions!!
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BC9 Take 1. Had to learn a new skill Sarge, multiple tempos in one Reaper track wacko.gif

Round 1 320bpm, Round 2 200 bpm 1/4 notes (crotchets). I don't know the key because it looks like C major or A minor on teh staff as there are no sharps or flats but there are accidentals and i don't know if that changes the key sig.

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Well Fought Soldier! I can tell you have hanging on for dear life in the fast one at the start so there is some drift but that's fine as it's good to see what happens when you push a bit. The second on is clean and spot on so I'll use that take for the Debrief.

As this is a "drill" and moves chromatically up the neck, I'd originally left the key just in concert tone of C as it's not really in any particular key since it's just a symmetrical shape that repeats on two strings that gets moved around the neck.

Let's Debrief!!!

MEDALS OF HONOR

SNIPER The more precise one's picking is, the better one's playing is overall. You have sniper precise picking here which is great to see and what I'm looking for on this mission![/size]
CONSISTENCY The second thing I want to see on this Mission is consistency. After all, it's the same shape on two strings played around the neck. If one does not play in a consistent manner, it will stick out like a sore thumb. No worries here. Very consistent.
MUTE TO KILL The last thing I want to see if a good mute. Muting is key to playing imho. Without a good mute, nothing works well. You are already off to a good start of planting your palm on the bridge and keeping it there. Nice!!
You've got this one well in hand Soldier. You are ready to move on! You just..
LEVELED UP!!!

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Here is an updated Guitar Pro and Pic just in case for reference. I'm going to ask FRAN to replace the bits in the existing lesson with these.

Attached File  9fix.gp5 ( 1.86K ) Number of downloads: 5

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Feb 5 2020, 04:43 PM) *
BC9 Take 1. Had to learn a new skill Sarge, multiple tempos in one Reaper track wacko.gif

Round 1 320bpm, Round 2 200 bpm 1/4 notes (crotchets). I don't know the key because it looks like C major or A minor on teh staff as there are no sharps or flats but there are accidentals and i don't know if that changes the key sig.

https://youtu.be/XKqosBMots4

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Thanks Sarge,

Now I've learnt a new skill of multiple tempos in one take I'm going to have a different approach if that's okay with you. One slow and precise, one where I'm as quick as I'm comfortable with and one pushing my speed.

Let me know if you'd rather me not do that.

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Works for me!!!! Just let me know which one is which!!
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Thanks Sarge,
Now I've learnt a new skill of multiple tempos in one take I'm going to have a different approach if that's okay with you. One slow and precise, one where I'm as quick as I'm comfortable with and one pushing my speed.

Let me know if you'd rather me not do that.

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Hello Sarge,

I am working on Bootcamp 10, I'm just letting you know that I am struggling to get the sequence into my fingers even in position one. I'll get there but this one is odd for some reason. Also I'm back into my work with Gab and giving that more time, it's bloody hard for me though having to play more than one note at a time rolleyes.gif (https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/30-Beginner-Blues-Riffs/)

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DONT GET STUCK ON MISSION 10!!! It's still in the intro section!! You don't have to play this all the way up the neck!! This is just the "getting ready" set of Missions. Play 4 bars of it to show you have the pattern down and you can move on. Don't let yourself get overly stuck on any one Mission. That's PART OF WHAT I"M TRYING TO TEACH smile.gif That you can learn something "enough" to make it useful and move on. There are 400 of these. So learning to let it go is part of the Lesson and it ill help you in every area of your life. I know you in particular struggle with this. So it's a very important part of bootcamp for you much more so than anyone else.

As for gabs work, one note at a time is how we all learn. So take it as it comes. Also part of what you are hear to learn. Patience. smile.gif

Onward!
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Hello Sarge,

I am working on Bootcamp 10, I'm just letting you know that I am struggling to get the sequence into my fingers even in position one. I'll get there but this one is odd for some reason. Also I'm back into my work with Gab and giving that more time, it's bloody hard for me though having to play more than one note at a time rolleyes.gif (https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/30-Beginner-Blues-Riffs/)

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Cheers Sarge,

I can't even repeat the first four bars twice correctly, this is currently my "Red Lorry Yellow Lorry" laugh.gif

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Sure you can. You've just got to learn to listen to the click and play with them on the click. Also for tricky licks like this you have to slow down at first. The speed will come. These licks are complicated to serve as a speed bump to keep you from trying to shred it, It's done on purpose to get you to focus on your technique and precision. The easy breasy shred licks are coming later on down the line once you have your technique sorted out. Otherwise it will just be slop city. Make sense?
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Cheers Sarge,

I can't even repeat the first four bars twice correctly, this is currently my "Red Lorry Yellow Lorry" laugh.gif

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Makes perfect sense Sarge, it's that fourth bar sequence with the pinky going ot the 5th fret on the D string that gets me but for some reason, the first time around it's ok but on the second cycle of the four bars it goes awry even playing very slow so it's not a technique thing but a brain thing.

I WILL get it for sure, I thought Quick Licks had sorted my sequence remembering skills but there will always be one that gets one eh?

I reckon I'll get a video to you by the weekend.

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Here is Take 1 Sarge, I had a couple of minor mis-fingerings and played it up the neck until I fluffed it and converted it into a little eight note lick finale laugh.gif

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SORTED!!! Nicely done Soldier. This one is a bit tricky as it just keeps being tricky as it travels up the neck. You've got it handled!!! Let's Debrief!
MEDALS OF HONOR

*SYNCH OR SWIM: Great job on synch! Perfect use of the metronome. One strike per click. Well done!!

*MUTE OR DIE: Due to the massive amount of string/fret traverse, you gotta keep a good palm mute on this guy or string noise will just wreck it. Your mute is spot on. Well done!


*AGGRESSIVE STYLE: This is a hard lick to play. You jumped right in and pushed the envelope and still kept it under control. Nice!!!
In short you just....LEVELED UP!!!!


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ote name='Phil66' date='Feb 13 2020, 03:40 AM' post='774747']Makes perfect sense Sarge, it's that fourth bar sequence with the pinky going ot the 5th fret on the D string that gets me but for some reason, the first time around it's ok but on the second cycle of the four bars it goes awry even playing very slow so it's not a technique thing but a brain thing.
I WILL get it for sure, I thought Quick Licks had sorted my sequence remembering skills but there will always be one that gets one eh?

I reckon I'll get a video to you by the weekend.

Cheers

Phil

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Here is Take 1 Sarge, I had a couple of minor mis-fingerings and played it up the neck until I fluffed it and converted it into a little eight note lick finale laugh.gif

https://youtu.be/IHiWSXpD8As

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Thanks much for the better version of MISSION 11 Tab!! Here it is with a pic.
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