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Neoclassical solo for beginners
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post Nov 16 2010, 11:31 AM
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Hey everybody, this is my first REC so i hope it will sound not to bad smile.gif

I will play A neoclassical solo for beginners by Emir Hot.
Original lesson is here https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/neocla..._for_beginners/

The guitar I use is a Ibanez SZ 520.
I Use a Fender perfomer 600 and 2 effects: a digitech metalmaster and A boss DD-7 delay.

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Mate Nagy
post Nov 16 2010, 06:15 PM
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Hi !

Nice take man, you've learned the lesson.
Your vibrato will be nice, but in slow ballads try to first 'stay' on the note and then add the vibrato, instead of starting the note with the vibrato and then stop it.
You also should check your guitars intonation because over the 12th fret it sounds a little bit out of tune.
Overall it was a good take, but next time try to put a little bit more emotion and enthusiasm into your playing and it will be perfect ! smile.gif

Keep it up !

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post Nov 22 2010, 02:37 PM
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Very good. You have natural fluid playing. Couple of things tho:

- when doing vibrato with pinky finger, you should support the pinky with other fingers behind it, it will be easier to do vibrato, and it will sound better.
- when playing like this, try to put your thumb behind the neck, not above. You will get more movement on the fretting hand across the fretboard. this can be a long-term task, but it's well worth it. Anchoring thumb up there all the time is not efficient, it's good sometimes, but not always.

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post Nov 25 2010, 12:14 AM
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Very nice take. Pay attention to vibrato and advices written above. You should try to relax more when recording and you'll get more convincing attitude as it will show in your playing too.

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post Nov 26 2010, 02:16 PM
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This is indeed a very nice take, as said above!

What I'd add is the following: you can use your wrist as well to perform a nice vibrato. This way you'll have a more floating vibato. Try to keep your fingers as close to the fretboard as much as possible while executing licks. Your sound is also very nice, I like it!


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post Nov 27 2010, 08:47 PM
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solid 8 man!

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