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Purple Hayes - Hand Over Legato, original lesson by David Wallimann
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purple hayes
Nov 6 2009, 05:46 PM
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Notes: I'm not playing the lesson the way David does in the video because I'll never perform that trick live. It's still the same notes though. If that disqualifies this from the REC, Skennington, move this to the uploads section and let everyone have a shot at a critique.

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Ivan Milenkovic
Nov 7 2009, 07:48 PM
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Very good take! Everything was played very nicely, but there were some small timing issues with the last faster sequence.

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Marcus Siepen
Nov 8 2009, 10:50 AM
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Very good take. You might not play it in the same way as David did in his lesson, but what matters here is the result, and thats very good. Whatever technique leads to the result that you want to have, thats fine in my opinion.

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Daniel Realpe
Nov 12 2009, 04:08 PM
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Very good job!

Agreed with Marcus, I think it doesn´t matter what technique you use as long as you achieve the sound you want,

Well sometimes it´s cool to show off too, but sound is first I think,

There´s some timing issues. What helps me is isolating every chop from the rest and master it with a metronome. Being very aware of the pulse or drum track.

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skennington
Nov 13 2009, 01:17 AM
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8 on this one man, nicely done. (pass)

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