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Beginner Guitar Boogie, Lesson By Bogdan Radovic
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nicoweb
Apr 6 2020, 01:35 PM
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Original lesson: Beginner Guitar Boogie by Bogdan Radovic



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Kristofer Dahl
Apr 7 2020, 10:29 AM
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Very nice! I 'd say you pretty much nailed it:

* your hands are synced

* your timing is pretty spot on

* your hands/arms seem relaxed!

The main improvement here would be to focus more on the position shifts. Because when your left hand needs to make a bigger jump you get a little thrown off, timing wise.

This is extremely promising, you get a 9 from me. Can't wait to see more from you! 👊

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Todd Simpson
Apr 8 2020, 05:01 AM
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Well played! Blues is the foundation of Rock. You've got a good sense of the vibe and feel of the blues riffage going on here. I get the sense that you could take off on your own and make this in to your own song and maybe play a lead over top of it! You've got a very clean mute which is crucial, and you have good fretting as well. Your hand synch is nice and tight and you never rush or lag. It works as a REC and works as a jam which is important!! You are ready for the next Challenge! Solid 8 from me!!


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Darius Wave
Apr 8 2020, 09:45 AM
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Hey Nico smile.gif

Nice and groovy lesson. since it's a simple one and not much of details to reproduce, the feedback won't be comples as well.

Try to notice that Bogdan does release the pressure of his left hand fingers to cut the sustain of fretted notes. If you listen carefulyl to your takes and his, you'll surely notice smile.gif Of course the basic note on open string does not relate to this.

Besides above you seemed to takecare of the tuning(at some spots it might be a frettign hand issue or strumming - both cases a little too much strength at some point), timing is not bad at all. Your strumming motion also seems to be fine. I think you're ready to reach something from a higher level.

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Gabriel Leopardi
Apr 8 2020, 03:23 PM
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Hi mate!

You've already received the right feedback here. I would like to add that you need to keep playing this rhythm and many others every day to get more comfortable with each element: right hand movement, left hand changes, groove, sound, dynamics. The more you play this and other rhythm lessons the better you'll become.

This is a consistent take so you are on the right track!

Keep on rocking.

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Apr 9 2020, 03:09 PM
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