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post Jul 13 2011, 03:06 PM
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Hey guys!

This is my first solo or licks practising ever. I've been working on it for one week now and this is the result. My previous videos had artifacts as you know, and I tried to use a converter program (from .mov to avi) and as a result the quality of display decreased but there are no artifacts or sound explosions at least. I think I'm progressing with baby steps both with my playing and videos. Hope I'll get much better. Here's the link to the original lesson.


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post Jul 13 2011, 05:17 PM
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Nice take man! You learnt the lesson perfectly and there are just some details to practice. There are some bends and even some vibratos a bit out of pitch but I think that this things will be fixed after some more days of practice. The timing and tone are great. So keep on playing!
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post Jul 14 2011, 07:54 AM
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Excellent job with this lessons, timing is very decent, tone is a bit buzzy, but audible, and good feel for the swing rhythm. What you need to work on more are those bends. Make sure you really get them in pitch properly, and practice the speed of the bending process with metronome (practicing slowly will eventually increase your speed of bending).

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post Jul 14 2011, 08:53 AM
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Ivan and Gabe pointed out the important things, so I guess the only thing I could add is: practice, practice, practice and then...practice some more biggrin.gif

Bending and vibrato are crucial for any player so, if you got the timing right, pay attention to the pitch of the bends, smoothness, and wideness of the vibrato.

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post Jul 15 2011, 09:44 AM
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Hey Tolga, good take.. cool lesson from Gabe too ! cool.gif

The guys have covered the main points so I would spend some time with bending and vibrato as they say. Another little tip is try playing notes like 0:16 (your video) with a vibrato that vibrates downward towards the floor, rather than pushing it up. Having an upward vibrato is useful for the thinner strings like B & E but for thicker strings, like G, D, A , E it's easier and more efficient to push the string downward towards the floor. smile.gif

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post Jul 19 2011, 03:51 PM
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Good performance on this one..8!

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