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II-V-I Phrasing - Modern Rock Examples, Lesson By Diego Budicin
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tflava
Apr 18 2021, 08:49 PM
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Original lesson: II-V-I Phrasing - Modern Rock Examples by Diego Budicin

Hello guys, I practiced this lesson for several weeks now.

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Kristofer Dahl
Apr 19 2021, 09:07 AM
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Hi Tflava - cool choice of lesson!

There is certainly some great performance here. And we can tell you are devoted to nailing the details of the lesson - this is def the spirit to adapt to reach a pro level of playing.

The main issue I see here, is the same as previous lessons - you are struggling to get all those nuances down at this tempo. Also, as soon as there is a faster passage, we can hear some issues with your hand sync - which is has a negative impact on tone.

However, I bet you could play this flawlessly if you decreased speed with 20%?

Ideally you would stay within your comfort speed all the time - this is undoubtedly the fastest way to pro playing. But it is not the only way to get there.

Some guitarists (myself included) - rushed things during their learning phase and then need to spend several year "cleaning up" their technique. You can go that route as well, but it won't be the shortest way to achieve your goals.

Keep up the hard work - you get a 6 from me.

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Gabriel Leopardi
Apr 19 2021, 03:12 PM
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Darius Wave
May 4 2021, 03:13 PM
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Hey Tim!

Not much of complain but just to notice - you decided to go for quite and opposite tone to Diego's choice for this lesson.

I'm afraid I can still relate to all the feedback I've been giving for a last year. Seems like you can't skip through a bareer of your bad habits - mainly your loosend right hand that keeps stucking between strings, everytime you want to play something faster.

I'm also afraid it is not just a matter of time and practise. It is a matter of some serious changes to your hand resting points, pick grips etc...

If the path you've chosen gives you joy and satisfaction pf playing than it is no problem, but if you seriously think of a jump to another level, some serious changes should happen.

That's just so you know. Anywway...there is still plenty of good stuff in your playing. Just need to realize that that path you've chosen will not make you go further technically.

There is even this famous sentense/saying: "You can expect different results if you keep doing things all over the same way". I'm afraid that what we deal with in your case.

Of course you can still develope as a musician and that is a constant progress smile.gif

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Jun 28 2021, 12:16 PM
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