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post Aug 11 2013, 03:47 PM
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thanks cosmin,
i was listening to continuum just now.. good music. smile.gif
I am going to follow your advice on pentatonic and blues improvisation.
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Hey again Sumit! Continuum is among my favorite albums!

For a good start with Pentatonic learning - I totally recommend this series:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ming-exercises/ - look at the bottom of the page for all the lessons in this series, as are about 6 of them smile.gif

What do you think?

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post Aug 12 2013, 07:58 AM
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awesome !!
thanks cosmin smile.gif
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post Aug 12 2013, 11:52 AM
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QUOTE (sumitnxt @ Aug 12 2013, 06:58 AM) *
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post Aug 21 2013, 08:22 AM
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hi cosmin, could you let me know some good important lessons before i take a 2 month membership break on 22nd.
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QUOTE (sumitnxt @ Aug 21 2013, 07:22 AM) *
hi cosmin, could you let me know some good important lessons before i take a 2 month membership break on 22nd.


hey Sumit - assuming you will be on a lesson for a week - that gives you space for approximately 5 lessons and about other 3 weeks to chisel them and record. Split into important aspects of playing, we would have

2 on Rhythm

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginn...6-Slash-Chords/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginn...g-Barre-Chords/

1 on articulation

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginn...eginner-Slides/

1 on alternate picking

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginn...ernate-Picking/

1 on legato

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginn...eginner-Legato/


What do you think mate?

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cosmin, they look great. please add some harder difficulty as well please. also add one for tapping and one for whammy bar.

rgds,

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Hey Sumit - you will have access to the forum - how about finishing these perfectly first and then tackling others?

I think that if you finish the first 5 perfectly, you can try this one as well:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Basic-Tapping/

But that is a lot of work and honestly I'd rather have you play these 6 lesson top notch, rather then learn 9 and not play them well smile.gif


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looks like a great plan smile.gif
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QUOTE (sumitnxt @ Aug 21 2013, 09:26 AM) *
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hi cosmin,

i'm back after a long time whats up ?

straight away i need your hlep ..

please see this shred lick..






i am practisiing it over metronome or a drum only track..

i would like to practise it over a proper backing track..

can you tell me what scale is this ? and help me with creating a chord progression that would sound good with this ?

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Hey mate - this is the Phrygian mode smile.gif The B Phrygian mode, more exactly. As a formula you have 1 b2 b3 4 5 b6 b7 (B Phrygian is B C D E F# G A B )



You can use B5 C5 A5 B5 for instance and you have an efficient progression to work with!

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hi cosmin,

i'm back after a long time whats up ?

straight away i need your hlep ..

please see this shred lick..






i am practisiing it over metronome or a drum only track..

i would like to practise it over a proper backing track..

can you tell me what scale is this ? and help me with creating a chord progression that would sound good with this ?


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hi cosmin,

thanks man.

life is good. had been very busy with non musical work for past 3 months. now i found some time and joined GMC back. but i feel i am slowly and steadily working my way to reach my musical goals.

thanks again..
bye
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Hey mate, hope it helped smile.gif Good to know you are back and kicking again. Let me know when you need my assistance wink.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 9 2014, 08:40 AM) *
Hey mate, hope it helped smile.gif Good to know you are back and kicking again. Let me know when you need my assistance wink.gif



hey man,
just wanted to let you know i am having a great time practising that shred lick over a number of b phrygian tracks i got from youtube. its so much more funt. thanks pal.

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QUOTE (sumitnxt @ Feb 9 2014, 03:13 PM) *
hey man,
just wanted to let you know i am having a great time practising that shred lick over a number of b phrygian tracks i got from youtube. its so much more funt. thanks pal.


Always a pleasure - record some ideas and send'em over if you'd like wink.gif


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hi cosmin .. when you play midis in daw you can select a vst plugin to substitute the particular instrument midi track with a real sounding plugin..

in this context i am trying to substitute the drum track of midi with fruity loop vst , but when i do the fruity loop loads with these set of instruments ( see attachment ) instead of a rock or metal drum setup. and so the sound of midi drums track is played with these set of soft instruments . do you have some knowledge as to how i can substitute with a rock drum set instead.


in case you don't know any idea how to find help ?
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Hey there Sumit, I frankly have no clue how to do this - I mean, in other DAWs you just select a channel - make sure it's a MIDI track and assign a certain VST to it in order to writ the virtual instrument of your choice there. I would suggest the following:

- either write this question in the Practice room, where chances are that someone who already did this to be able to come up with an answer

- or see if this helps out - this guy has a lot of tutorials on Fruity Loops:



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thanks cosmin , i found a way myself to get some rock drums smile.gif
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QUOTE (sumitnxt @ Feb 18 2014, 08:11 AM) *
thanks cosmin , i found a way myself to get some rock drums smile.gif


The most rewarding way! smile.gif Isn't it? When you get something done all by yourself! I remember each little discovery I made and how it made me feel! biggrin.gif


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