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Marius Pop
post Mar 31 2010, 11:50 AM
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Attached File  mix_final_gmc.mp3 ( 7.55MB ) Number of downloads: 345


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Adrian Figallo
post Mar 31 2010, 07:48 PM
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awesome takes!!, not too sure who did which one, but i love em all smile.gif, very classy!


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post Apr 2 2010, 06:11 PM
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Wow this was a fun collab to listen to! Great playing everyone and backing is so inspiring! smile.gif


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post Apr 10 2010, 05:38 AM
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Great collab!!. Congrats to everyone, there are some really interesting takes!!


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post May 15 2010, 07:32 PM
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Did I miss something or are the comments still pending?! blink.gif
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post Jun 23 2010, 12:31 PM
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Hi guys,
sorry for the delay.
I was EXTREMELY (!!!) busy finishing my first solo album.
Sorry once again.

The order of the tracks in the final mix was the order in witch the tracks were submitted:

1. Adrian Figallo
2. Staffy (blues take)
3. Staffy (jazzy take)
4. kanzie_NL
5. Berglmir
6. Ruzz

Comments:

1. Adrian Figallo
Gary Moore was here smile.gif Not really a classic blues tone but it works great with your aggressive rock approach. Cool blues-rock licks!

2. Staffy (blues take)
Excellent tone!!! Great phrasing and rhythmic feel. Bending and vibrato that shows great experience.

3. Staffy (jazzy take)
Even better tone (if that is possible smile.gif I LOVE your 4'th pattern (that can be an example for all of us of how a cool jazzy lick can be constructed). Cool and inventive us e of half diminished, pentatonic and mixolidian scales that you use to follow each chords change.

4. kanzie_NL
Good pentatonic skills. I would have liked to hear more scales (like major pentatonic or mixolidian) to make your improvisation more complex. Try to learn major pentatonic and mixolidian scales and follow each chord with the proper scale (A7 chord - A mjor pentatonic or A mixolidian, and the same with D7 and E7) instead of just using minor pentatonic over all the progression.

5. Berglmir
Nice country lick that worked very good over E7. You can improve on that lick by using E major pentatonic (or Db minor pentatonic position) and than the same lick one tone down over D7 to extend your melodic range. Try to develop a wider vibrato and pay more attention on the phrasing and on the sustain over faster licks.

6. Ruzz
Nice tone and pentatonic licks. i like that you are using a lot of bending and that they are pretty accurate. Don't be shy with your vibrato and pay attention on your fast licks phrasing because you tend to rush the final notes. Like i said to Kanzie_NL and Berglmir try to learn and apply the major pentatonic and mixolidian scales over each chord.




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post Jun 24 2010, 08:32 AM
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Thanks a lot for your feedback - certainly will try to follow your input!
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