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> Stop-Time Blues Solo, Lesson By Lale Nikic
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post Aug 22 2012, 03:29 PM
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Original lesson: Stop-Time Blues Solo by Lale Nikic

This week assignment on the Ben's Bushido Tasks. I'm quite happy to have been able to learn and record this piece on a short time. It seems I'm improving, thanks to Ben (and my work, of course ;)). Hope you guys like it ! Merci :)

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post Aug 22 2012, 03:58 PM
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Hi mate! It is really cool to see you motivated! You did a very good take. Your timing is very precise. You only have to improve the expressive techniques like vibrato and bending to have a top level take. You are not comfortable yet with the bends, and some of them don't reach the correct pitch. The vibrato technique is better but it could be more consistent.

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post Aug 23 2012, 08:07 AM
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Hello there and congrats on a solid take smile.gif I agree with Gabe and I would like to add that the more you play it, try to feel the groove, as expression will derive from there as well. At this point you are having a good timing but the take is still a bit rigid.

Relaxation is the key here!


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post Aug 23 2012, 08:44 AM
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I agree with Gabe and Cosmin! You did a very good job but just try to relax sometimes it feel that you are not sure about what you are playing! I think if you will keep working on this lesson a little longer it will sound perfect in no time! wink.gif

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