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tflava
Sep 2 2021, 10:45 AM
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Hello Sarge how are you?

I recorded a shred jam i wanted to show you. My main goal was to shred a bit and try to use legato and some fast licks i know.
All is improvised. What do you think?

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Sep 3 2021, 05:14 AM
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Great to see you playing a 5 minute solo!! To wit!

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tflava
Sep 3 2021, 04:32 PM
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Thanks for your advice Todd.
This was just noodling around and try to use the legato licks i learned in context and try to use them on a backing track.
I will make another improv soon and totally focus on motific development then and will send you smile.gif

Thanks

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Sep 3 2021, 11:44 PM
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So what about that backing? Is it yours? if so can you share it on our new collab ideas thread? You continue to make good progress. Your only weak spot that I can see is your picking. I know you mentioned being too busy for bootcamp, but I would say maybe try the quick licks program as it focuses on the very thing your playing seems to need most which is accurate picking. If you don't have time for that I'll still be happy to share my thoughts on your playing. I'm here to help smile.gif

Here is a good example of what I'm on about.


QUOTE (tflava @ Sep 3 2021, 11:32 AM) *
Thanks for your advice Todd.
This was just noodling around and try to use the legato licks i learned in context and try to use them on a backing track.
I will make another improv soon and totally focus on motific development then and will send you smile.gif

Thanks

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tflava
Sep 4 2021, 08:27 AM
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Very nice solo man.

This backing track is from youtube and isnt my own backing track.

I will focus some more on picking on a daily base 🤘

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Sep 5 2021, 02:16 AM
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You are making great gains!! keep it up!!

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QUOTE (tflava @ Sep 4 2021, 03:27 AM) *
Very nice solo man.

This backing track is from youtube and isnt my own backing track.

I will focus some more on picking on a daily base 🤘

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tflava
Sep 23 2021, 03:12 PM
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Hello Todd,

I recorded some speedy licks i practiced last weeks.
The fastest part is on the edge but i tried to push the boundaries cool.gif


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Todd Simpson
Sep 24 2021, 06:23 AM
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Progress!!! Some solid work here Soldier!!



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QUOTE (tflava @ Sep 23 2021, 10:12 AM) *
Hello Todd,

I recorded some speedy licks i practiced last weeks.
The fastest part is on the edge but i tried to push the boundaries cool.gif


Greetz \tim

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tflava
Sep 24 2021, 07:09 AM
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Thanks Sarge. Ill keep continuing working on my speed smile.gif
Yes this pick was a little less sharp. I got a new pick of 3mm which js pointy i will use next time 😎
I notice that i use 2 different positions and grips with my picking hand. I will experiment with it whix feels better and why use it for what sort of lick.
Thanks for your feedback

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Sep 25 2021, 03:05 AM
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The thicker/less flex, sharper/pointier, and more beveled the better. A 3mm pick should work great. It's the beveling that helps with string traverse. The sharp point helps remind the hand that only the very tip need hit the string. Reducing hand wag when picking fast just takes some repetition. You are making progress! Keep it up!!

Sarge



QUOTE (tflava @ Sep 24 2021, 02:09 AM) *
Thanks Sarge. Ill keep continuing working on my speed smile.gif
Yes this pick was a little less sharp. I got a new pick of 3mm which js pointy i will use next time 😎
I notice that i use 2 different positions and grips with my picking hand. I will experiment with it whix feels better and why use it for what sort of lick.
Thanks for your feedback

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