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PosterBoy
Apr 11 2021, 04:54 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 17 2021, 11:52 AM) *
I cannot play it consecutively at all, I have just isolated the licks in a way that allows me to practice them. I now need to get them into my muscle memory so that I eventually can get them up to tempo.

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When you isolate the licks do you include the 1st note of the next lick to make it easier to join them together?

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QUOTE (PosterBoy @ Apr 11 2021, 05:54 PM) *
Hey Kris
When you isolate the licks do you include the 1st note of the next lick to make it easier to join them together?


Cool question!

I can't say I generally do that, but sometimes yes.

When I isolate a lick, any chunk that I can repeat to a steady pulse and that focuses on the problem area is fine.

If it turns out I also have problems connecting the lick to the next one, I might create a larger chunk, OR one that specifically focuses on the the new problem area (the notes that connect the licks)

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Apr 29 2021, 11:24 AM
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Ok, so I think this is the final version:



I have submitted it for grading here 😱

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Apr 29 2021, 03:04 PM
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Huge congrats Kris. The result it's amazing!!! smile.gif

I love the fact that you polished a lot of things and definitely this make your take shine.
I'm curious what instructors will say in REC. Are few details that can be pointed but comparing with your last take I can hear a huge difference. I'm pretty sure that the grades will be somewhere between 8-9. wink.gif

I really enjoyed this topic. Was truly awesome to see your approach in learning a lesson. smile.gif
Thank you because you done this. I love the fact that you never say no when it's about a challenge. biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Apr 29 2021, 11:24 AM) *
Ok, so I think this is the final version:



I have submitted it for grading here 😱

this was so much fun , I had started to do this lesson , but morphed back to my style as I wanted to master shred before ,so hopefully soon I can get these 9 lessons I been practicing up

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Apr 30 2021, 10:00 AM
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QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Apr 29 2021, 04:04 PM) *
Huge congrats Kris. The result it's amazing!!! smile.gif

I love the fact that you polished a lot of things and definitely this make your take shine.
I'm curious what instructors will say in REC. Are few details that can be pointed but comparing with your last take I can hear a huge difference. I'm pretty sure that the grades will be somewhere between 8-9. wink.gif

I really enjoyed this topic. Was truly awesome to see your approach in learning a lesson. smile.gif
Thank you because you done this. I love the fact that you never say no when it's about a challenge. biggrin.gif


Thanks Monica and thanks for the support throughout 👊

To be honest I can't quite listen to the original because I feel my take is sounding so far from it, but that's probably just because I have spent the last months listening to all the details (and I just hear all the misses). I am sure if I give it some time I will be really proud and happy of this take.

I also think Gab gave me some good advice to keep playing this one 1-2 twice every day - I tend to drop things as soon as I am done with them, though it would be really cool to get these ideas into my improvs as well.

QUOTE (jstcrsn @ Apr 30 2021, 01:21 AM) *
this was so much fun , I had started to do this lesson , but morphed back to my style as I wanted to master shred before ,so hopefully soon I can get these 9 lessons I been practicing up


If you already have 9 lessons going that seems more than enough indeed 😅 Of course nothing is preventing you from stealing a lick here and there, that's what I typically do 😼

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This has been an amazing and inspiring journey Kris. Thanks for doing this. This final take is probably as close as it can be, I bet Chris couldn't hit a 10 every time.

Well done buddy, you my friend, are inspiration personified cool.gif


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Super congrats on this! Your existing finger pick style certainly came in handy and this is just some tricky playing no matter how once slices it. I hope to see this stuff work it's way in to your solo bits!

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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Apr 29 2021, 11:24 AM) *
Ok, so I think this is the final version:



I have submitted it for grading here 😱


You might just be good enough to quit your day job cool.gif cool.gif
in all seriousness thats really well playe Kris!

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Apr 30 2021, 08:40 PM) *
This has been an amazing and inspiring journey Kris. Thanks for doing this. This final take is probably as close as it can be, I bet Chris couldn't hit a 10 every time.

Well done buddy, you my friend, are inspiration personified cool.gif


Thanks mate 👊and thanks again for your feedback which always makes these community ideas better 👌

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 30 2021, 10:56 PM) *
Super congrats on this! Your existing finger pick style certainly came in handy and this is just some tricky playing no matter how once slices it. I hope to see this stuff work it's way in to your solo bits!


Indeed, without my experience from hybrid picking this would def have taken longer! Thanks Todd 👊

QUOTE (MonkeyDAthos @ May 1 2021, 03:10 PM) *
You might just be good enough to quit your day job cool.gif cool.gif
in all seriousness thats really well playe Kris!

hehe 😁 Thanks bro 👊

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