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> Marek Rojewski - Hammer On Dude
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Marek Rojewski
post Mar 5 2010, 05:49 PM
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Link to the lesson

Another of my favorite lessons, first take recorded and posted - my way of avoiding the REC syndrome, and ending recording session after an hour without anything I like:P

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Marcus Siepen
post Mar 6 2010, 06:08 PM
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Hi Marek, not a bad take to start with, but there are still some issues that need your attention. There are a couple of wrong notes and also your bending and your vibrato need some more practice, those notes also tend to sound out of tune (this is a common problem that many students still have by the way). The biggest problem here is your timing though. When you practice such things like this lesson, make sure to practice with a click track and really pay attention to your timing. Start slow and only increase the tempo when you are really able to play the part in that speed. You can of course also practice to my backing tracks, but then make sure the backing (the drums) is loud enough so you can really focus on the timing issue.

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Ivan Milenkovic
post Mar 7 2010, 10:55 PM
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Very good take. I think there were problems with the timing in general. When you play something like this, it has to be dead straight. Try to achieve more precision and the timing will improve. Everything else was OK.

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Vasilije Vukmiro...
post Mar 8 2010, 03:03 PM
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Good take. Again, the timing problems are present, you need to work it out!

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post Mar 8 2010, 03:57 PM
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6.6 on this lesson.

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