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post Mar 10 2009, 10:01 PM
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A couple videos of me playing some stuff today, first on is the outro to she-wolf by megadeth and the second is the entire song of the trooper by iron maiden, constructive criticism welcome biggrin.gif


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post Mar 10 2009, 10:27 PM
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Cool videos Andrew smile.gif

First one is great, timing is good and overall impression is really good smile.gif

But the second one seems that it's a bit more difficult for you, I noticed you have timing issues, especially when changing from triplets to normal notes and vice verse, it sounds like you hurry. Also the galloping sound a bit out rhythm, so you should focus on that area as well.
And there are some minor mistakes in chords progression.

But overall, I believe you practiced the first one more because it sounds really great, and if you spend the time with the second one you will nail it for sure.

I hope I was constructive enough, and keep up the good work smile.gif


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post Mar 11 2009, 03:16 AM
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Thanks Dejan! Yeah going back the galloping rhythm is a little bit too quick and there were a lot of timing faults and a couple bad bends now that I am watching it again laugh.gif , thanks for the feedback!


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post Mar 11 2009, 05:26 AM
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I think the takes are great!

The first one as Dejan said is the one that is better.

The Maiden song has some imperfections but I think that you were really nervous when you recorded that video. Let me tell you that it's a common thing when we have to record something like this. But, my suggestion is that you have to practice that, record a video many times and one of those takes will come out better. And this exercise will give you more confidence and let your mind relax in front of the camera so this "problem" will be going gradually.

I hope this will help you smile.gif


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post Mar 11 2009, 08:42 AM
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Hey Andrew, nice job! I love that first song xD
The trooper, I thought it was ok tongue.gif The galloping is quite hard, and the only thing that really stould out were the first few bends in the solo they were.... not totally correct wink.gif. If you practice with your bending, you can get the solo ver very cool, because you nailed all the faster parts nicely! Maybe one tip for the galloping, If you strum the chord, maybe palmmute it a tiny bit, so that the galloping rhythm is more clear. Now if you listen to the riffs, the first few gallops are hard to hear.

I think you did great, I tried the trooper myself, and it took me quite some time to get galloping wink.gif


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post Mar 11 2009, 10:15 AM
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Thanks guys! Yeah I always get nervous when recording or playing in front of people but I am trying to remedy this like you said by recording every thing laugh.gif . I agree Kanzie the galloping could use more palm muting to make it clearer it is kind of hard to hear in the video, thanks again!


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Cool videos Andrew, keep up the good work !


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post Mar 12 2009, 01:48 AM
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I agree with the suggestions given by my fellow instructors.
I really enjoyed watching those, great choice of songs!
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post Mar 12 2009, 10:24 AM
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Nice Vid's!


Ahh it takes me back too, the Trooper was one of the first "Hard" songs i learned when i was just starting out and playing in a band.


Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work smile.gif


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I love Megadeth, you played it really well!


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