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Indie Rock III: Pixies, Lesson By Gabriel Leopardi
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Lexman
Jun 11 2014, 01:04 PM
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Original lesson: Indie Rock III: Pixies by Gabriel Leopardi

Hello, Here's my take for this great lesson, I love how it sounds!

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Gabriel Leopardi
Jun 11 2014, 03:32 PM
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Hi Lexman! Nice to know that you are enjoying this lesson. I think that you are really close to play it perfectly. The only detail that I note is that you have very little timing issues in some sections around 00:26, 00:48 and 1:06. Each part consist of different things (single note melody, power chords, octave chords), so it's a general issue. Focus on it and keep on rocking

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Marius Pop
Jun 12 2014, 01:22 PM
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Great job, man! Gabriel pointed out the most important thing: timing! Be sure to spend some time on this topic.. really focus on rhythm and timing cause it will improve every aspect of your playing. Have fun! smile.gif

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Guido Bungenstoc...
Jun 12 2014, 05:40 PM
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Hi Lexman,

YEAH, a good one!!

As my colleagues already said: Focus on timing!
A good start could be:
Listen to the HiHat & the bass because they are playing 8th notes too. These instruments are a good guide line for you. Try to connect more to these and you're on the right way! ;-)

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Cosmin Lupu
Jun 13 2014, 03:08 PM
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Hey mate! As my comrades have pointed out, timing is indeed the thing to focus on in the case of this lesson. It is not something which sounds very out of place, but it's all about that tightness in perfectly syncing with the drums smile.gif

Try to play and record against the original recording to get the feeling of the track better smile.gif Deal? If you want some more recommendations on how to improve your timing, please PM me!

Cosmin

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Jun 15 2014, 05:00 PM
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