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post Mar 4 2008, 05:10 PM
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sorry its not perfect yet i forgot the last one smile.gif and for non dutch i had an discussion with the camera man if it was on or not ;p


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post Mar 4 2008, 06:07 PM
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well it is ok..but (well I am not guitaris) your right hand is the problem I think you are stif...you need to lerxe your rught hand..and practise very slow up and down stroke( and with metronome)smile.gif....
I am shore some of the instructors here will give you good advice(better than me smile.gif


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post Mar 4 2008, 06:07 PM
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Very nice playing!! First part on the low E string sounded really good..I love that song ... wink.gif
With a little practice you'll be there...Also you may want to keep the left hand thumb behind the neck giving you more stability..

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post Mar 4 2008, 06:17 PM
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QUOTE (Bogdan @ Mar 4 2008, 07:07 PM) *
Very nice playing!! First part on the low E string sounded really good..I love that song ... wink.gif
With a little practice you'll be there...Also you may want to keep the left hand thumb behind the neck giving you more stability..

Cheers mate smile.gif

thanks smile.gif does anyone know a good way practising to loosening up a bit?
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post Mar 4 2008, 06:33 PM
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About that loosening up... I did it by: First deep breath and relax your whole body... then slowly start alternate picking and gradually speed up to tremolo. And if you get stiff on the way to tremolo start from the beginning. This helped me atleast. smile.gif

I have played a little piece of this song (the low e-string part) By changing the string after the low e part to a and to d and so on back and forth and I managed to do it I think it was 57 minutes straight without mistakes and getting tired(i got bored), so loosening up really helps you from getting tired too easy.


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post Mar 4 2008, 06:41 PM
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QUOTE (Tuubsu @ Mar 4 2008, 07:33 PM) *
About that loosening up... I did it by: First deep breath and relax your whole body... then slowly start alternate picking and gradually speed up to tremolo. And if you get stiff on the way to tremolo start from the beginning. This helped me atleast. smile.gif

I have played a little piece of this song (the low e-string part) By changing the string after the low e part to a and to d and so on back and forth and I managed to do it I think it was 57 minutes straight without mistakes and getting tired(i got bored), so loosening up really helps you from getting tired too easy.

thanks and i guess it was because the idea it was recorded and the friendly youtube community ;p but luckely i was spared.

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It's a great song, you really need to be very relaxed in both hands .. practice will make difference smile.gif its not bad for a beginner, but really its important for a guitarist that he is relaxed when playing smile.gif great work! all i can say is practice biggrin.gif


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post Mar 4 2008, 06:49 PM
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QUOTE (visi0n @ Mar 4 2008, 07:44 PM) *
It's a great song, you really need to be very relaxed in both hands .. practice will make difference smile.gif its not bad for a beginner, but really its important for a guitarist that he is relaxed when playing smile.gif great work! all i can say is practice biggrin.gif

hehe i do my best but i think i need a bit more order dont know yet the best way to practise every day
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post Mar 4 2008, 06:51 PM
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There are some great lesson on GMC for practicing smile.gif !!


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post Mar 4 2008, 06:51 PM
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Edit: Posted double :X!

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post Mar 4 2008, 06:55 PM
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QUOTE (visi0n @ Mar 4 2008, 07:51 PM) *
Edit: Posted double :X!

yeah there are so many smile.gif heheh i kniow some but not completly when im practising i see other great things and then i try them as well smile.gif
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The thick E string hammering sounds cool!
I'm no expert (that's why I'm a student laugh.gif) but soon I'm closing up on 20 years of playing so maybe I can add some good advice.

About your right hand
- I held my pick that way when I started up and for me that's not very controlled. The distance from the strings up to the knuckles affected the accuracy, for me, flattening the hand and closing the grip gave me a lot more control, and I mean A LOT.
Some examples of pick grip (instructos at GMC who have adapted my way of holding the pick)
... unsure.gif ok, just kidding laugh.gif they were way before me and I wish I had started out with a correct grip so I didn't have to lose so many years of lousy playing. Took me two weeks to manage the new technique and after that, was like going from disaster into godlike wink.gif
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-g...tatonic-groove/
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-gui...-sweep-picking/
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-gui...ernate-workout/

Second thing I think you should start working on a.s.a.p. is alternate picking. Search the video section. If you get that going for you then you can start diverse ways of picking afterwards.

Hope that helps at least a little smile.gif


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post Mar 4 2008, 09:36 PM
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QUOTE (MickeM @ Mar 4 2008, 09:26 PM) *
The thick E string hammering sounds cool!
I'm no expert (that's why I'm a student laugh.gif) but soon I'm closing up on 20 years of playing so maybe I can add some good advice.

About your right hand
- I held my pick that way when I started up and for me that's not very controlled. The distance from the strings up to the knuckles affected the accuracy, for me, flattening the hand and closing the grip gave me a lot more control, and I mean A LOT.
Some examples of pick grip (instructos at GMC who have adapted my way of holding the pick)
... unsure.gif ok, just kidding laugh.gif they were way before me and I wish I had started out with a correct grip so I didn't have to lose so many years of lousy playing. Took me two weeks to manage the new technique and after that, was like going from disaster into godlike wink.gif
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-g...tatonic-groove/
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-gui...-sweep-picking/
http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-gui...ernate-workout/

Second thing I think you should start working on a.s.a.p. is alternate picking. Search the video section. If you get that going for you then you can start diverse ways of picking afterwards.

Hope that helps at least a little smile.gif

thanks m8 smile.gif it helps a lot yeah i had problems with that the e string was easiest to do maybe because its thicker then the high e snare
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