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post Jun 9 2011, 11:08 PM
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Hey guys,

Here is me playing Capricho Arabe's first 2 minutes by Francisco Tarrega. I know there are some mistakes but hope you like it smile.gif Waiting your comments.



PS: Don't forget to check and leave a comment to my Computerman cover. Only 2 comments so far sad.gif

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post Jun 10 2011, 09:13 AM
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Very cool Dogukan ! Did you work it out with tabs ?

There's something special about learning classical guitar pieces.. it feels as though you are allowed to touch greatness by reliving their compostitions through your hands biggrin.gif Does anybody else feel like that when covering songs or pieces ?

I would say to work on your hand synchronisation.. and your left hand needs to be more confident and positive with the phrases. They seem a little hesitant at the moment so some notes don't ring out properly.

Guitar also seems a little out of tune when you hit the low chords.. but that's an instant fix smile.gif If you work on those other points it will be sounding even better in no time.. well done ! cool.gif


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post Jun 10 2011, 09:24 AM
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Hey Dogukan!

classical guitar is usually a little bit more demanding than other things and your take would sound awesome if you played it on a classical guitar biggrin.gif
it would definitely inspire you to reach for THAT interpretation and Ben's points (which, when applied, are sufficient to make this piece sound perfect) would occur by default I guess smile.gif grab a classical guitar from a friend, or maybe you already had one? Try the take again and tell me what you feel smile.gif I'm sure that greatness of the piece will come flowing once you have everything set biggrin.gif


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post Jun 10 2011, 03:00 PM
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Thanks guys smile.gif I'll be careful next time wink.gif


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post Jul 8 2011, 08:37 AM
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This is ok, nice attempt, but I think you will get it much better if you slow things down a bit and play it with a metronome a bit. Try focusing on every chord change, in order to make it tight. It can be tricky to play this on a electric guitar, and specially when changing between fingers and pick like this.

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