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post Sep 6 2008, 09:40 PM
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I just thoght i have to upload a take on this to get some feedback

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I missed i few notes and played some wrong ones but other then that i would like to know what you think of it so far.


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post Sep 6 2008, 09:52 PM
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I like it... just one section you messed up on, but everything sounds in time to me... good job


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post Sep 6 2008, 09:55 PM
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Nice man, very well played!!!


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post Sep 6 2008, 10:18 PM
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Very good superize!! biggrin.gif
Sure, you missed a few notes. But if you just practice a little bit more I'm sure you'll nail it perfect. You definitely have the technique to play this kind of solos, and you play very "tight" so your timing is very good! I'd say you're soon ready to speed it up a bit! wink.gif

One problem though is the intro part. There should be a 16th note pause before we start playing. It seems a lot of people find this confusing because most of the students miss that pause (so you're not alone on this). So in other words, you should not start playing on the first beat... you should wait one 16th note, and then start playing.
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post Sep 6 2008, 10:21 PM
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QUOTE (Marcus Lavendell @ Sep 6 2008, 11:18 PM) *
Very good superize!! biggrin.gif
Sure, you missed a few notes. But if you just practice a little bit more I'm sure you'll nail it perfect. You definitely have the technique to play this kind of solos, and you play very "tight" so your timing is very good! I'd say you're soon ready to speed it up a bit! wink.gif

One problem though is the intro part. There should be a 16th note pause before we start playing. It seems a lot of people find this confusing because most of the students miss that pause (so you're not alone on this). So in other words, you should not start playing on the first beat... you should wait one 16th note, and then start playing.
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Ok i will try and think about that little break in the beginning.... I am working on speeding it u now but it is the first fast parts that are difficult, but it feels better playing the sweeping part at higher speed....

Thanks for the comments to everybody


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