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Marek Rojewski
post Mar 2 2009, 03:02 PM
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<Manowar mode on>Hail brothers and sisters of true Metal!!!! Once again the guitar is played roaring like a celestial thunder sent by Thor to bring fear in the hearts of the enemies of Metal! <Manowar mode off>

As mentioned above rolleyes.gif I recorded my take at another lesson "heavy metal for beginners" made by Pavel. This one is bit easier than the first two I think, but my guitar didn't want to work with me this time.. The strings made so much noise when changing chords/sliding that I am surprised.. I need to use more fast fret on them, or I haven't notice that my playing is so bad dry.gif

So here it is:



As always Your comments and criticism is very appreciated!

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Lian Gerbino
post Mar 2 2009, 05:54 PM
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very well done Marek. as you said this lesson is pretty easy for you. the only thing I see you could improve here is to get more attack in palm muting powerchords. but it´s just a detail to make it perfect wink.gif it´s an awesome take already.

btw, great t-shirt wink.gif


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Marek Rojewski
post Mar 3 2009, 07:58 AM
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Thanks for Your comment Lian! I noticed it while recording, that the "chunk chunk" effect of my palm muting isn't as strong as it should be, buy hearing if from someone who knows what he is talking about ( in opposition to myself:P ) makes it a fact:)

Oh and thanks about the t-shirt, it has few years already, but can't stop wearing it from time to time:P


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post Mar 5 2009, 06:54 PM
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Nice smile.gif I thought you did a great job on the lesson.
I noticed some things you could improve and work on though;
There's some small timing problems here and there. Not much, but just enough to notice it.
And also, your picking hand creates some noise inbetween the small stops. Try to make the hand mute strings instead.


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Pekne!!!!{nice Take} cool.gif


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Thanks Trond and Besip! And thanks to making the video I know that I have to give extra attention to "noise making" with my fretting hand ( although "fast fret" helped a bit also ). Once again thanks:)


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post Mar 8 2009, 02:57 PM
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Nice, well done and thanks for sharing smile.gif
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post Mar 8 2009, 06:31 PM
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Sounds very cool Marek, I like the video quality and the sound. You can tighten it up even more if you want, but I think this sounds great as it is!


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Audiopaal and Ivan, thanks for the comments, getting comments is really rewarding:)


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