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post Aug 23 2012, 06:24 PM
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Original lesson: Slow Tempo Control by Daniel Realpe

OK, I'm still trying to record the lessons I've learned with the Bushido thread. It's a way not to forget them and have your comments on my playing. Thank you to all of you for the time spent listening and analyzing our playing. :)

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post Aug 24 2012, 01:39 AM
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Hi mate! I will give you some comments but have in mind that your take is very good! You still could be even tighter in the faster pull offs but I think that the issue is VERY small. The overall is very precise. I also think that your vibrato is good but that it could be more regular and consistent. There are some of them that doesn't sound natural with the groove. By the way it's a 9 for me! Good job! wink.gif

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post Aug 24 2012, 08:24 AM
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Matin !

Really good take.. I remember this one smile.gif

Your vibrato is great, I can see you've put a lot of work into it and it sounds good to me.

Everything else is good too. I agree with Gab's observation that in order to get the same impact as Daniel you need to make the pull offs swifter. The way to do this without making it sound like you've rushed it is to leave it right up until the last minute and then fit in the pull off. It's mean to happen very quickly just before the next position change smile.gif

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post Aug 24 2012, 09:32 AM
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Hey there! smile.gif Congrats on the take! I have nothing else to add aside from what Gabe and Ben pointed out - it's a very fine detail but it will make the difference, so take it into account!


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