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> Blues Licks 1 And 2, Rocker Riff 2, my attempt
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post Feb 2 2008, 04:09 PM
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Hi Guys

This is my attempt at both the blues licks lessons and the second rocker riff lesson. I din't have an internet connection when i was recording them so there's no backing track. But you probably can hear mistakes better then rolleyes.gif

constructive critisisem is welcome !!


Attached File  blues_licks_1.mp3 ( 589.83K ) Number of downloads: 241


Attached File  blues_licks_2.mp3 ( 1.14MB ) Number of downloads: 308


Attached File  rocker_riff_2.mp3 ( 1.01MB ) Number of downloads: 236
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post Feb 2 2008, 07:39 PM
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Hey. I only know blues licks two inside and out, so I'll give you some advice on that. It was really good! But if I can suggest, you sound like you're a bit hurried in the bending parts, take your time with the bends and really feel them out. Also try and slide into notes a little more often. But other than that and some slight muting bits, you did fine I think and it'd sound great to the backing.


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post Feb 3 2008, 01:01 AM
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thx

i knew there was something not completely right about my bends. it wasn't the pitch but your right, they do sound to hurried. and i think i make the same mistakes in the rocker riff 2. i'll correct those mistakes from now on and work on them.
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post Feb 3 2008, 05:38 PM
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Don't worry, getting your bends in pitch is the hard part! So you're pretty much done with that.


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