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Lukasz Drazek
post Mar 20 2013, 01:13 PM
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post Mar 21 2013, 05:54 AM
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Well played Soldier!!! I can see you are making good gains and your technique is quite spiff!! Share with us your practice routine and any tips and tricks so that other Soldiers in Bootcamp can gain from the knowing. Share and share alike Soldier! smile.gif

As a matter of fact, I'm so Impressed that I"m going to TURN IT UP A NOTCH!!!!! You nailed lesson 7 Soldier, but I want to make you earn this one so do a pass using DOUBLE PICKING and bonus points if you do a pass using QUAD PICKING!!!!


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post Mar 21 2013, 10:50 AM
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My daily routine looks like this.I have aim what i need to achieve. Good thing is that our practise cant be boring!
1. Trying figure out some songs (something like a little warm up).
2. Practise our missions.
3. Practise 1/2/3... GMC Lessons

What i can say. Hmm, I noticed that exercise brings better results if we split our time into parts. For example practise 1h/2h/3h... and then take a rest. Play volleyball, go on university, ect. And then Practise again. Number of parts depends on how much time you can sacrifice!
And the most important think is HAVE MOTIVATION! My motivation is contest where you can win gear (guitar, Amps, ect). Thats motivate me so hard! I cant give up. My best sentence: "Quitter - never wins and a winner - he never gives up." (I dont know that is good translations that sentence but i think u understand what im talking about smile.gif

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post Mar 23 2013, 12:47 PM
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Double pick - 200 bpm:

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post Mar 25 2013, 01:58 AM
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Nice work Soldier!!!!! Very clean and precise.

Let's Debrief!!!

Soldier, I"ll just cut straight to it.... you just.....


LEVELED UP!!!!!!!



MEDAL OF HONOR
1.)Clean Strikes
2.)Strict Precision
3.)Tight hand synch


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post Dec 16 2013, 03:52 PM
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Btw. It's my first record with Pod Studio GX:)
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post Dec 19 2013, 06:28 AM
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NICELY DONE SOLDIER!!!! You are really getting a good handle on planting your right hand on the bridge and articulating the pick using mostly your thumb/first finger. This is an advanced technique and can be leveraged to great effect smile.gif Some folks find they simply can't play in this manner. I'm glad to see you have incorporated it in to your style so well!!!

Also, welcome to the wonderful world of guitar emulation! smile.gif Which plugin are you using? Pod Studio? Don't be shy about trying out Scuffham amps, Amplitude, and Overloud as well!

Let's Debrief....

MEDAL OF HONOR

1.)Even and Solid Pacing!!!
2.)Great right hand placement and technique!!
3.)Good Precision/Speed!!!!

In short Soldier, you just......

!!!!!!!LEVELED UP!!!!!!!!!!!


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Onward Soldier!!!!


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post Dec 24 2013, 02:01 PM
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Im using Pod Farm 2

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post Dec 27 2013, 05:09 AM
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This is well played soldier!! But I noticed you were playing the doubles "off" the best rather than "on" the best making it tough to ell if they were in synch? Try to play one more time "on" the beat meaning that when you hear a click, make a pick strike instea of striking in the gaps between clicks. Also, try to do one verions of the dreaded QUAD PICKING the way!!!! Let me know if you'd like me to make a quick demo video of what I'm talking about smile.gif

I"m only pushing you this hard because I see real skill in your playing and I want to help you bring it out!!!


PUSH IT SOLDIER!!!

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post Dec 27 2013, 05:36 AM
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OK then smile.gif I will try work on it as a REAL SOLDIER!
One question how should i play it? I mean double picks, 3 notes per click? in 4/4 Like i playing in video or in other way?
Notice that, when i havent accent, im playing properly this pattern "on" beat (2 notes per click) in other ways im messy, dont know why. Its kinda weird when i need play doubles pattern (3 notes per click)
Same question with quad picking

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post Dec 27 2013, 06:36 AM
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Without confusing your futhe, this viedeo may may help. Listen to the pick strikes in the context of the baclking clicks.

Let me know if this clears things up a bit? Also bring this up in our next vid chat!

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OK then smile.gif I will try work on it as a REAL SOLDIER!
One question how should i play it? I mean double picks, 3 notes per click? in 4/4 Like i playing in video or in other way?
Notice that, when i havent accent, im playing properly this pattern "on" beat (2 notes per click) in other ways im messy, dont know why. Its kinda weird when i need play doubles pattern (3 notes per click)
Same question with quad picking

Luke


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post Dec 27 2013, 03:20 PM
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There we go biggrin.gif How about it?

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post Jan 2 2014, 07:02 AM
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Nicely done Soldier!! I can see you've been putting in time in the KILL BOX!!!! Let's Debrief!!!

Soldier, no need to sugar coat it, you just.....


LEVELED UP!!!!!!!



MEDAL OF HONOR
1.)Very good placement of right hand and mute
2.)Good articulation using the fingers for picking
3.)Tight hand synch

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post Jul 22 2014, 04:14 AM
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SOLDIER!!! This is your CALL TO ARMS!!! You maxed out at LEVEL 9 but I think there's more fight left in you!!!!

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post Apr 12 2015, 05:20 PM
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post Apr 14 2015, 05:19 AM
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NICELY DONE!! Soldier, you are really coming along in you BATTLE SKILLS!!! I'm impressed by your DOUBLE PICKING as well!!! You have a very good right hand placement and your overall form is very good. Your picking is even and precise. Enemies Beware!!

Let's Debrief....

MEDAL OF HONOR

1.)Single and Double Picking are Spot on!
2.)BATTLE READY palm mute!
3.)ONE SHOT ONE KILL precision!

In short Soldier, you just......

!!!!!!!LEVELED UP!!!!!!!!!!!


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