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UncleSkillet
post Feb 14 2009, 05:46 AM
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Your making things up man. huh.gif Better slow down on those beverages wacko.gif biggrin.gif


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post Feb 14 2009, 05:51 AM
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Hum....Let's see...

Monte..

"Here ya go guys" (upload)




Jeff..




"Thanks Monte for sharing this with use! biggrin.gif This will help a lot and save use some time.



Steve, I will explain later



Cheers Monte"




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post Feb 14 2009, 05:57 AM
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Can't get anything past you Moderators biggrin.gif laugh.gif


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post Feb 14 2009, 06:05 AM
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QUOTE (skennington @ Feb 14 2009, 05:51 AM) *
Hum....Let's see...

Monte..

"Here ya go guys" (upload)




Jeff..




"Thanks Monte for sharing this with use! biggrin.gif This will help a lot and save use some time.



Steve, I will explain later



Cheers Monte"




Still think I'm crazy.... tongue.gif

Is someone on here impersonating me?? I'll notify a moderator ASAP. laugh.gif laugh.gif
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post Feb 14 2009, 06:15 AM
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post Feb 16 2009, 01:18 AM
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Just wanted to check in and see how things are going. Will I be getting any uploads from the 2 new leasons this weekend? I'd really like to see how your progressing.


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post Feb 18 2009, 02:49 AM
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Hey man, I wanted to throw something up so you could see my hand movement on Dijan's lesson and get some feedback. I was running out of time and every time I hit the "button" I screwed up so I just rolled on with the first 4 positions of the lesson.

Actually got some good quality this time! laugh.gif




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post Feb 18 2009, 02:53 AM
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Ahh! Very cool and thanks. I will look it over here in the next few minutes and comment for you. I hope the drum track thing worked out.


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post Feb 18 2009, 03:00 AM
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Drum's...Hadn't had time to mess with it to be honest... laugh.gif Son seems to be getting worse so might be away for the next little bit. I know It's not a lot to go on for offering advice but wanted to get something put up to show you. Feel free to pass on the comments... tongue.gif


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post Feb 18 2009, 03:12 AM
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No problem man. I could tell by watching that there where other things on your mind and that's cool.

I hope your son starts feeling better bro. Get out the Lysal spray you don't want to get it.

I've watched it twice and I think like we talked about a metrenome or basic drum beat would really help. This would give you something to focus on while playing.

All-in-All I am very happy with seeing your AP (right hand) and fingering with the left hand bro! It put a smile on my face to see things getting connected together. I can tell you have been working hard.

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post Feb 18 2009, 05:26 AM
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Thanks for being easy on me man... rolleyes.gif Yeah, you know a lot is going on but that's life and we just have to push on. I'll get a vid up with a beat so you can evaluate my timing a bit more. smile.gif Have a good evening bro!


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post Feb 18 2009, 06:03 AM
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I love you man!!! Nice new avitar.

I guessed wrong on that laugh.gif

BUT YOU CAN'T HAVE MY 'BUD LIGHT"

OK tongue.gif


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post Feb 24 2009, 09:33 PM
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I'm here bro, will merge our old stuff.


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post Feb 24 2009, 10:43 PM
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Sounds like a good idea! Edit what you want but keep the comments and unploads together.

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post Mar 1 2009, 03:08 AM
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What up Jeff, got my rig back together today and recorded the first part of the pinky w/o. This time I added a simple drum track @ 60 bpm. Still a bit sloppy but I'm going to be working hard on this the next few days.



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post Mar 1 2009, 06:14 PM
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Nascar qualifying in the background. Why does this not surprise me. rolleyes.gif laugh.gif

Way to go Steve! @60 bpm, which is our goal. I think working with the drumbeat is really helping. Looks like you are getting good control of your fingers and from what I could see of your right hand, it also looked all right.

Now we just need to put the whole lesson together @60bpm and were good to go. Once you can do this we will move on to something more musical so you can apply what you have learned so far. wink.gif

Only suggestion would be dial back the reverb and the treble some to get a warmer tone.

How are the chords coming along (Muris’s lesson)? Are they getting easier?


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post Mar 3 2009, 01:31 AM
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Hey Steve, I have been looking back over your progress since we started and doing some thinking. You have worked really hard and I hope you feel like all of your pratice time has paid off. We had to work on a lot of the basics which sometimes isn't really all that fun.

I think you are ready for this lesson.
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...asing-beginner/

This is your first solo lesson and I know you will do a fine job with it. I want you to focus on mainly this one lesson and the Chords one from Mirus. You still need to show me you can play the chords bro and I won't cut you any slack with that. You wouldn't want me to anyway, right? smile.gif

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post Mar 3 2009, 04:21 AM
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Chords are getting easier Jeff, and know I would not want you to let me off the hook on this lesson. I need it! smile.gif I'm still practicing it and will add this new lesson of Muris' as well. smile.gif

I'll also dial the verb and treble back a bit on my tone.

I'll get some vid's up of my progress with the Chords, Pinky workout (hopefully a bit further through), and something on the new lesson in the next couple of days. Hou'd that be?

I just knew you were going to say something about the TV in the background laugh.gif It was muted btw... tongue.gif smile.gif

Check this little vid out of my kid's playing in the snow...Through some of my old creations behind it. Forgive me for the quality, it was taken with a photo cam...Man, it's nice to have power again, you just don't know what ya got til it's gone. Wait, did Cinderella say something along those lines in ths 80's? laugh.gif




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post Mar 3 2009, 07:47 PM
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I'll get some vid's up of my progress with the Chords, Pinky workout (hopefully a bit further through), and something on the new lesson in the next couple of days. Hou'd that be?


You can work on what you like man but like I said above I am just wanting you to really focus on the Bb minor phrasing and the Chords lesson. It is fine if you want to give the pinky lesson a break. I would almost prefer you do for now. It has got your right and left hand working together. Now we should apply what we have learned and keep progressing. When I first started working with you you would have probably had a really hard time playing this Bb minor solo lesson because of your picking. Now you will be able to shred this! smile.gif

EDIT: I will look at the video when I get home from work.

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post Mar 3 2009, 10:50 PM
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Cool man! Got a play to go to this evening that my daughter is in but I'll start on the new lesson right after! smile.gif


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