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> Intemperatecontrol - Stevie Ray Vaughan Inspired, Original lesson by my friend "Jonathan Burgos"
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post Nov 2 2009, 11:03 PM
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Original Lesson By : Jonathan Burgos
Name of Lesson : Stevie Ray Vaughan Inspired
Lesson URL : https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Stevie...pired_Phrasing/

Comments : After Four days with the flu now, the time has exceeded 2:00 am as I begin recording
this - my girlfriend has the same flu I have and is now about to be released from the hospital after
6 days in - I visit her every day. Looking horrible I see after viewing the take, but still feeling much
better now - no excuses seeing coffee is my only vise this day. I decided to try and implement some
of the advise I been given by some of you well renowned instructors, about producing more vibrato
and sustain in my notes - especially with the bluesy stuff. This seemed like a great place to start. I
couldn't get my tone to sound as well as Jonathan's, and the sound is not near as good as his, but so
far this is realistically the way I play it. Maybe I just need to play it a few dozen more times for the
perfect take - there always seems to be some minor variations in my playing and timing no matter
how many takes I do though. But, since I'm not creating an album here, any and all advise is welcome.
I look up to you all, and equally ask you to judge my playing to the degree that it will contribute to my
improvement - good or bad. Thanks, dudes...

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post Nov 3 2009, 06:02 AM
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Although it seems to be perfectly played, I think the quality is confusing your playing because sometimes, it doesn't ends to be clear. Try to record it with a better quality, using s DAW program or something like that.
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post Nov 4 2009, 02:23 AM
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Very good! I watched the original lesson and compared and there are quite few places where you didn't play like it was in the lesson. Gutiar was a bit out of tune on this one, and vibrato needs more control. Try to make the sound a bit better as well. Everything else was quite good.

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post Nov 6 2009, 10:21 PM
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post Nov 9 2009, 01:12 PM
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Good take, but definitely try to improve your sound for your next recording and make sure your guitar is in tune, I agree that some part sound out of tune.

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post Nov 9 2009, 05:44 PM
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7.0 on this one man
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