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Tyson
post Oct 26 2010, 10:50 PM
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Hello GMC!
Here's my take of "Making Great Leads the Easy Way", by David Walliman (level 2).
I used Ibanez Prestige RG 2570MZ guitar and a Line 6 POD 2.0.

The original lesson is this one.
Making Great Leads the Easy Way - David Wallimann


Here's the vídeo:
Tyson - Making Great Leads the Easy Way

Thank you
Miguel

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Daniel Realpe
post Oct 27 2010, 12:26 PM
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notes are correct, and in place,

There's good rhythm, which is the hardest part to get.

There's a problem with tuning of the guitar. Or it might be intonation. But this is crucial, so make sure you pay attention to that before recording.


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Mate Nagy
post Oct 29 2010, 05:39 PM
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Hi Tyson,
It's good to see you in the REC program.

Daniel is right about the intonation problem . . .
You have a relaxed vibrato, that already sounds well and I'm sure you can develope in this topic, because you have good sense for it as far as I can hear.
Check out Ben Higgins' Vibrato odyssey series, that will help a lot . . .

I'm waiting for your next video,

Take care !

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Bogdan Radovic
post Oct 31 2010, 05:20 PM
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Very good take. Try to work on the timing a bit more and to have the lines played smooth. For example on 0:28 phrase you are rushing on the last note etc... Overall its a bit different from original in place to place (in terms of timing) but its a really tricky lesson for that so this is a good take.


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post Nov 2 2010, 01:27 AM
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so close on this take man, deserves another shot, 7.3


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