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> (8 Pass) Testtubemammoth - Neoclassical Three-level-lesson, Beginner , Lesson By Marcus Lavendell
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post Sep 27 2011, 07:01 AM
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Original lesson: Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner by Marcus Lavendell

Wow, tough crowd! :) Here it is again with some vibrato. Thanks, Frankie.

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post Sep 27 2011, 07:45 AM
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Hey there Frankie! Your timing and tone are very good, so all that this take really needs to improve is the vibrato! it's way too sharp and small - you need to make it wider and bigger sounding! For a little bit of inspiration on what it should sound close to, listen to Yngwie Malmsteen's vibrato, which he usually demonstrates at the endings of his furious runs! Now, people often admire him for his speed, but I say he should be more admired for the touche and incredibly expressive vibrato he shines with!

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post Sep 27 2011, 11:13 PM
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Sorry man ,but still that vibrato... cool.gif ! Everything else is superb !

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post Sep 28 2011, 10:07 AM
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Well, I can definitely see that you put a lot of effort into creating vibrato this time, and I respect that, it sounds better. Now it's time to polish up that vibrato properly. Cosmin gave you some good advices and I would advise in the same direction. This type of vibrato you did is what I call "sheep" vibrato, and I actually use it for singers, but in general it's the term for a vibrato that is shallow and fast. You are doing it other way around my friend. If you want to practice vibrato, you should spend some time on slower tempos, polishing up the actually movement of the vibrato.

Here I made small video years ago, on how to practice vibrato, you can find it as an attachment. Let me know if you need some details regarding this (file is response.rar)

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