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post Jun 1 2008, 06:39 PM
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Hello Marcus!
So after a little jerry-rigging with my new headphone set (I know, I have no recording skills), I managed to work out a way to start recording audio for critique :]

So this is my attempt at your Neoclassical Beginner's Level lesson
I can spot a few mess ups here and there, but let me know what you hink I need to improve on. A big one for me is vibrato, it's not an easy thing on my ibanez T_T

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post Jun 2 2008, 07:33 AM
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Hi MattE,

As you already said yourself, you need to work on vibrato. Because you don't have any at all. Even a small vibrato will do wonders to you tone and it will sound so much better!

Other than that I think you play pretty good smile.gif
No big timing problems, and most of the notes sound clean. So work on your vibrato and then upload another take smile.gif

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