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> Variations in C Minor #1, Lesson By Laszlo Boross
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post Nov 13 2011, 07:04 PM
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Original lesson: Variations in C Minor #1 by Laszlo Boross

My camera isnt that good but this is my take :D i am at the moment going through all solo lessons 1 by 1 starting with this, i will upload my take of every lesson (;

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post Nov 13 2011, 09:32 PM
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Very solid rocking tone and good sense for timing. It's positive thing you are standing as well. Things you need to work on are alternate picking and bending, try to form a small practice routine where you will focus on these areas, and it will be awesome.

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post Nov 13 2011, 11:25 PM
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I have to agree with Ivan here! Getting to know alternate picking will increase your efficiency as a player and will remove a lot of effort in playing. Bending is also crucial - pay a little attention at some points where you are a little flat in respect to the note you are trying to reach. I would also lower the volume of the guitar just a bit. Keep rocking mate!

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post Nov 14 2011, 08:49 PM
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Your timing is good and you're good at playing the phrases. Some time spent on bending will go a long way. Also try to look at your vibrato at some point. Try to use your other fingers to add strength to the 'vibrato finger'. Have a look at some of my vibrato lessons (or just any of my videos where I'm playing lead) to see how I do it. I use the idle fingers in front if the fretting finger, push them against the fretting finger, so there is the strength of 3 fingers (for example) pushing and pulling the note, not just one. smile.gif

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post Nov 15 2011, 03:35 AM
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I agree with the previous comments about your take. You did a good job, timing is good and also your tone. You have to work on bending, alternate picking and also a bit on vibrato. Your alternate picking technique needs to be more fluently. I think that you have to work on exercises or lessons based exclusively on this technique.

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post Nov 16 2011, 05:40 PM
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I like your picking, it's very strong and solid

Timing is good which the most important thing to me

Make sure you do bends and vibrato with the rist not fingers.

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