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Velvet Roger
post Mar 2 2009, 12:24 AM
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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Feb 28 2009, 02:37 PM) *
I see, with bit more practice these bends will be piece of cake for you,
have fun at party and let me know when you record last take on other lesson. smile.gif


To give you a little update: practiced the other lesson quite a bit, especially working on the pointers you gave me. It's certainly much better now overall I think, and will record a video tomorrow of it (none of the takes recorded today were good enough as a whole to post). Gonna give my fingers a good night rest tongue.gif


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Muris Varajic
post Mar 2 2009, 02:38 AM
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Sure thing Roger, take some rest and I'll wait for the take, good luck! smile.gif


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post Mar 2 2009, 02:46 PM
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Hi Muris,

Here is my 2nd take on the modern blues lesson. I had some difficulties with syncing the video and sound, but it seems fine now.



I would appreciate your comments, hopefully it's better than the first one, both with regard to timing and bending precision smile.gif

Looking forward to the new assignments.

Cheers
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post Mar 2 2009, 11:23 PM
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That was much much better Roger,
of course there is always room for improvement
so I'm asking you to continue practicing bends and vibratos, ok? smile.gif

Now lets try with some alternate picking,
I would like to cover all technique regions first
and then to work more on theory, improvising and such.

Here is one pretty nice picking etude for you,
original tempo is 160 but lets try with 90 bpm,
it requires lots of stamina as well which eventually
leads to faster and more accurate picking no matter what.
For the starters you don't have to cover whole lesson,
50% would be more than enough,
I would like to see your movements when doing pure picking stuff
and then we'll dive into details.

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Attached File  Cm_Picking_Etude___BT_90_bpm.mp3 ( 2.09MB ) Number of downloads: 7



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post Mar 2 2009, 11:35 PM
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Thanks Muris,

Start practicing right away! smile.gif


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post Mar 2 2009, 11:49 PM
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QUOTE (Velvet Roger @ Mar 2 2009, 11:35 PM) *
Thanks Muris,

Start practicing right away! smile.gif


Great! smile.gif


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post Mar 3 2009, 02:43 PM
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Hey Muris,

I have two questions regarding the alternate picking. I have used that technique for a while already, however I always noticed that it's quite tough for me to increase speeds, even with familiar patterns, so I would like to tackle the problem right away. I believe it has to do with finetuning of the my technique used, and I would like to work on it already in this first part of the lesson:

Pick angle:
Should I aim to have the pick parallel to all the strings or with a slight angle (I particularly like the tone with I use no angle)? In relation to that, if I pick at different strings, should I adjust my pick angle or just accept a difference in angle?

Right-hand:
Should my right-hand movement be fully based from the whrist? Or should I use a combination of thumb/index finger - whrist movement? The elbow should be fixed right?

Many thanks for your advices.

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post Mar 4 2009, 01:22 AM
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Hi Roger. smile.gif

As for the angle, I guess you can keep less angle if you want,
of course it will not be the same all the time once you start
shifting from one string to another but it's ok.

And I advise you to play from wrist only, playing "from fingers"
is too weak for many occasions, specially if we are talking about acoustic guitar per example.
I guess you wanna be able to play almost everything
both on electric and acoustic, right? smile.gif



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post Mar 4 2009, 10:02 AM
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Thanks Muris,

Glad that I started practicing the right way smile.gif smile.gif

Oh, and yeah I would like to develop myself as broad as possible playing guitar, so will stick with your advice on the wrist only smile.gif Am progressing nicely with the lesson, must say that the 3 similar notes runs are quite tricky, compared to the regular 4 similar note runs. But with a bit of practice I am getting there (already noticing quite an improvement in my picking technique after a focussed practice session yesterday).

Finally I now really see that focussed practicing is really paying off big time smile.gif smile.gif

Cheers!

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post Mar 4 2009, 12:24 PM
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Awesome to hear Roger, keep me posted! smile.gif


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Hi Muris,

Attached a quick upload of the first 4 bars of the C minor picking etude to show you my basic movements (good that you pushed me in chat smile.gif).

Still quite sloppy, but should give you a good idea.

Looking forward to your advices smile.gif

Cheers
Roger

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It was very nice Roger,as I said in chat! smile.gif

Try to make wider movements tho since you have time to do that,
it'll help you to feel each note better, also apply more power.

As for muting, you might notice that it doesn't have same effect
when playing slow compared with original tempo,
but still you can practice with and without PM at this speed, why not. smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Mar 5 2009, 12:52 AM) *
It was very nice Roger,as I said in chat! smile.gif

Try to make wider movements tho since you have time to do that,
it'll help you to feel each note better, also apply more power.

As for muting, you might notice that it doesn't have same effect
when playing slow compared with original tempo,
but still you can practice with and without PM at this speed, why not. smile.gif


Practiced using your comments a bit yesterday and it surely improved the timing and consistency level. Must say that nailing the whole lesson without PM will take some extra practice though, but will certainly also try thereafter to apply the PM.

Anyways, as mentioned I have band practice tonight, so tomorrow I will continue practicing and hopefully I can record a video in the weekend of it smile.gif

Cheers!


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Sounds good Roger, have fun with the band tho! smile.gif


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After recording for about 2 hours ohmy.gif , I managed to record a take which is most of the time ok-ish. It certainly has some 'errors', however I thought it would be best to show it to you this way. I omitted palm muting for now, as getting a take like this took me already quite a while smile.gif

I find it particularly hard to play this flawless for 1.5 minute duration in total.

Looking forward to your comments.

Btw, even though I am only playing this etude at 90 bpm I notice a massive improvement in my alternate picking chops during jamming etc., even at much higher speeds, which is truly awesome! smile.gif smile.gif Anyways, I am more motivated than ever to really make things happen!

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Nice, clean and accurate, thank you a lot for this Roger, made my day! smile.gif

Your hand is fully relaxed which is most important here,
next you can apply more attack into picking if you want,
that helps a lot for better tone and timing tho timing here was excellent!

Ok, for a homework you could try maybe 100 bpms
but also do a solo over the same backing,
now you've memorized some picking patterns
plus all those bends from other lessons,
lets see how it'll be. smile.gif


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QUOTE (Muris Varajic @ Mar 9 2009, 12:00 AM) *
Nice, clean and accurate, thank you a lot for this Roger, made my day! smile.gif

Your hand is fully relaxed which is most important here,
next you can apply more attack into picking if you want,
that helps a lot for better tone and timing tho timing here was excellent!

Ok, for a homework you could try maybe 100 bpms
but also do a solo over the same backing,
now you've memorized some picking patterns
plus all those bends from other lessons,
lets see how it'll be. smile.gif


Awesome, your reply made my night! (just off to bed) smile.gif smile.gif

I practiced doing this at 110 bpm already a bit, so that's good continuous practice to get it up to speed and will certainly do so.

I will start working on a solo on the backing as well!

Cheers!


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Quick question:

After looking at the chordprogression again in more detail would you say the following approach would be a good one for the scales to use during the solo:

Complete backing using C Aeolian except for the G and G7 (using C Harmonic minor or G mixolydian) and F#dim (using C locrian)?

Cheers!

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Best idea would be C minor plus C harmonic for G and G7
and D Phrygian Dominant over F#dim, or simply play F#dim arpeggio like many do. smile.gif


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have you myspace? Can i to personalize this for you guy?"
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Velvet Roger
post Mar 9 2009, 12:10 PM
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Ok thanks smile.gif, will probably record the first part of the solo soonish (until Eb or so), to give you an idea how it's going.


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