My String Skipping Lesson Attempt
chmilew
Sep 19 2008, 01:32 PM
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Hi Trond !

Finally I've recorded my attempt to your great string skipping melodies lesson.
(Thanks again for the BT smile.gif )

I know it's not perfect so any suggestions will be well appreciated !
(Sorry for the last three notes btw tongue.gif)

Adrian.

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Sep 19 2008, 04:09 PM
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I'm really looking forward to hearing this! smile.gif Too bad I'm stuck at work now sad.gif
Will be home in a few hours to listen to it smile.gif

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Trond Vold
Sep 19 2008, 08:46 PM
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Finally got to hear it smile.gif and i thought it was good smile.gif

The playing itself is tight enough and the timing is good.
But .. the first thing that caught my ear was that your guitar isnt fully tuned. Would have sounded 10 times better if it were tuned.
But other than that, i liked it and thought you did a good job smile.gif

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chmilew
Sep 19 2008, 10:14 PM
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Thanks Trond smile.gif
Glad you like it, It was a little challenge 'cause I've never played String skipping before.

For the tuning I know.. I was so concentrated on my playing that I didn't realized that my guitar was not totally tuned huh.gif huh.gif biggrin.gif

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Sep 20 2008, 11:02 PM
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to prevent that I suggest that you always makes sure that your guitar is in tune before you start to play, when you change exercises, before you record anything. Just to start to really recognize how is should sound so that you later, can tell if an instrument is out of tune directly.

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thefireball
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yes that was very very good man! Just like what was said, make sure the guitar is in tune. wink.gif The fingering and technique was very well done. You should be proud. I'm not used to string-skipping yet. smile.gif

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