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> Melodic Hard Rock Solo In Am, Jonathan Burgos lesson by me
post Mar 13 2011, 10:37 PM
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Here is my take og the lesson Melodic Hard Rock soloing in Am of Jonathan Burgos

Here is the orginal Lesson

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Hope you like it.

The title in the beginning of the video is wrong.

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post Mar 15 2011, 10:56 AM
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Hi playaxeman ! cool.gif

This is a great lesson to do and I think you did it well smile.gif People probably know what I'm always going to say by now... vibrato, vibrato blah blah tongue.gif It's true though.. vibrato really can define the performance. I would be tempted to devote some of your practice time to experimenting with different vibrato approaches in orer to give you a bigger arsenal of expression. Your timing was good, your phrasing sounded accurate.. your vibrato just seems a little rushed and on some notes it can even sound a bit sharp (possible because your pushing the string up as you do your vibrato). So to recap, my advice is just to try some different approaches to give you a broader pallete. smile.gif

Oh, I just noticed there's no poll... I can't vote ! sad.gif

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post Mar 16 2011, 05:57 PM
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First of all, I thank you for being a follower of my lessons biggrin.gif . This was my first lesson I did for GMC, is special to me wink.gif . You did a good job but there are tools on which we must work: The sound and vibrato. Not exactly my lesson, but that's not important. The important thing is to make a neat, quality work. The work is generally good, has managed to touch the lesson and get close to it. I recommend you work in the search of sounds, adjust the intensity of vibrato and pay attention to when trying to copy a melody or a solo. God job!


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post Mar 16 2011, 11:37 PM
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Add a poll if you would like it to count toward your scoreboard, thanks.

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