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> Alexiaden93 - Neoclassical Three-level-lesson, Beginner
post Jul 31 2009, 05:50 PM
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Hello, fellow GMC'ers and instructionators !

Today I upload my sixth REC take, and to honour this magical number, I changed the opening design slightly, and chose a very special lesson ! biggrin.gif I hope everyone starts playing Marcus' lessons so that he will be encouraged to become an active instructor again.

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"Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner" - Marcus Lavendell


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Lian Gerbino
post Jul 31 2009, 07:03 PM
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Rhythm placement 4
Cleanness 4.2
Feel 5
Posture 4
Sound 4

very nice take man! I see no problems in there. I´d suggest you to practice scales and finger position a little bit more, to get your fingers more relaxed and closer to the fretboard. it will help you so much in your practice.

see you soon!

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post Jul 31 2009, 08:13 PM
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Rhythm placement 4.2
Cleanness 4.4
Feel 4.6
Posture 4.3
Sound 4

Great playing! Your diligence and persistence is wonderful! And I agree with Lian's suggestions!

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post Aug 1 2009, 12:02 AM
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Rhythm placement - 4
Cleanness - 4.5
Feel - 5
Posture - 4
Sound - 4

Great job Alex, I think you're a good example for young guitar players.
Try to keep your left pinky closer to the fretboard, even if you're not using it too much.
The thumb should be behind the neck while you're not bending or doing a vibrato note. Kind of a general rule biggrin.gif
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85.6% on this one man, (pass)

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