Personal Photo
Personal Statement
Adam doesn't have a personal statement currently.
Personal Info
Learning Roadie
27 years old
Born Dec-9-1991
No Information
Joined: 13-October 18
Profile Views: 4.574*
Last Seen: Today, 04:52 AM
Local Time: Oct 19 2019, 06:06 AM
691 posts (2 per day)
Contact Information
* Profile views updated each hour




My Content
17 Oct 2019
Hi! I've been practicing this piece for some time now and though I can't play it at blazing speed I've still learned a thing or two. Today I've finally managed to get the first variation right and to play it somewhat fluently. Could you please give me some feedback or hints, regarding what should I prioritize to improve from this point?

I know the last part is really quiet and I messed up the timing a bit there but I've transcribed that part today and I'm not yet used to the sequence.

3 Oct 2019
I made it a habit to listen to classical compositions everyday before going to sleep. I do this to shape my hearing, learn classical harmony and licks but also to push my mind into a relaxed state. Tonight Youtube has planned something different for me. This is really impressive work, not just skill-wise. To accomplish such feat, one must have some knowledge and transcribe the piece for guitar and it'as a lot of work.

When I get to this stage myself I too will play classical stuff on my electric axe, so watching this is inspiring for me in many ways.
1 Oct 2019
I've come across a bunch of cheap stainless steel picks made by Alice. I don't like their plastic picks but for the price, I'm inclined to try out these and see how it goes. I'm especially interested in how different it would sound compared to alu picks and I might end up gathering a bunch of picks and recording a comparison video.

Does anyone have any experience with these? I know there are claw-like tools for Acoustic guitar made of steel, so these can't be that bad, I hope. Reviews only say these are horrible with nylon strings smile.gif
Attached image(s)
Attached Image
20 Sep 2019
Hello GMC! I've come across an electro-classicar guitar that is LP-shaped but uses nylon strings and apparently a mic. I already have a classical guitar but mine has no cutaway and recording it requires me to be close to the phone to capture the mic. I'm not saying I'll get it or anything but does anybody use this kind of guitar here? If so, could you share your thoughts?

The one I found is Cort Sunset NY BK, mahogany top and neck with rosewood fingerboard. I know Cort doesn't make brilliant electric guitars in the lower price range but maybe the Sunset series is a bit more appealing.
Attached image(s)
Attached Image
15 Sep 2019
Original lesson: Picking Hand Basics by Ben Higgins

Movie Maker gave me some trouble syncing the backing track with video but I think it's fine now.
EDIT: turns out the final compilation video is still out of sync though it was alright in the creator.

Links to previous attempts at this lesson:
Last Visitors

Today, 05:16 AM

Yesterday, 02:38 PM

9 Oct 2019 - 20:37

8 Oct 2019 - 21:50

30 Sep 2019 - 15:36

Well done Adam! Kepp rocking!
29 Apr 2019 - 11:33
Todd Simpson
27 Apr 2019 - 9:18

There are no friends to display.

RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 19th October 2019 - 06:06 AM