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> Slow Melodic Metal (solo), Lian Gerbino's Lesson
Slow Melodic Solo
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post Nov 13 2010, 07:40 PM
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Original video lesson by Lian

This is my second REC take for this lesson.

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Daniel Realpe
post Nov 13 2010, 08:41 PM
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I like that you have the notes and form of the piece perfectly.

I would concentrate on the intonation more. Make sure you listen very well to the long notes you play, and of course the guitar must be in tune

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post Nov 14 2010, 05:59 PM
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I like your attitude on this one, nicely played, in standing position, and sounds cool. The things you need to work on are your bending and vibrato - it needs to be stronger and better controlled. Also, tone control is very important, so every note should sound the same. This is mainly due to picking hand. Guitar needs to be tuned properly as well.

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post Nov 15 2010, 04:43 PM
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Hi again!

Good to see a new take from you.
I agreed with Ivan and Daniel about the bending intonation and vibrato. You need to work on this topic.
I suggest you to 'copy' your favorite player(s)' vibrato, try to get close to it. Than create your own.
It is a good listening-practicing method. It would be very useful.
However you've learned the lesson well.
I liked your previous take of Zakk Wylde style riffs, that was awesome smile.gif

Keep it up man !
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post Nov 23 2010, 09:13 PM
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Almost there man, one more take! 7 on this one..

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