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BTrian
post Oct 14 2012, 05:03 AM
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so I quite enjoyed the stretchy tapping thing the vchat exercise turned into.
Especially that last variation reminded me of some classical piece, which was in fact not Vivaldi's 4 seasons, as I wrote in the chat, but the morning prelude by Edward Grieg (shame on me).


listening through this I felt this has indeed potential for some tapping arrangement, so I gave it a try and did some little transcription.
basically sums up much from the lesson (tapping and evil left hand stretchy stuff on different strings), also put some tapped slides in.

If someone happens to be not yet satiated with the lesson exercise, he might aswell try this one and maybe post some take of it smile.gif
I dumbed down the rhythm of the original to a level where it shouldn't be too difficult in standard tempo (put it at 80bpm, quite near to whatever the original composition has got), yet much space to speed it up.
Also tried to cover up the left hand fingering and tapped notes in the tab.

gonna do a take till next saturday, maybe someone wants to join in and try how far he can push the speed.
In any case thx for the vchat and cya around next Shredturday










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Todd Simpson
post Oct 15 2012, 02:00 AM
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NICELY DONE! smile.gif I gotta say I had a BIG time in our Saturday Metal Meltdown this past weekend smile.gif I'm glad you and the guys were all cool with heading off in different direction. It's always fun to improvise new additions to the lesson plan smile.gif The tapping versions of the stretchy bits are awfully fun to play! And they sound spiff! I"m gonna make some Guitar Pro Files with some of the bits we did on Saturday.

If you want to pitch in and jot down any of the improved licks we worked through in Guitar Pro that would help a TON. We were sorta winging it, so I"m guessing I might not remember all the licks we came up with. Some great suggestions from you guys lead to drive the crazy train a bit more hard than usual smile.gif

Your arrangement here in the GP file is really quite good! And easily playable I think for most players. Well, easy if you have done your stretches! And been coming to the MELTDOWN for a while smile.gif


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so I quite enjoyed the stretchy tapping thing the vchat exercise turned into.
Especially that last variation reminded me of some classical piece, which was in fact not Vivaldi's 4 seasons, as I wrote in the chat, but the morning prelude by Edward Grieg (shame on me).


listening through this I felt this has indeed potential for some tapping arrangement, so I gave it a try and did some little transcription.
basically sums up much from the lesson (tapping and evil left hand stretchy stuff on different strings), also put some tapped slides in.

If someone happens to be not yet satiated with the lesson exercise, he might aswell try this one and maybe post some take of it smile.gif
I dumbed down the rhythm of the original to a level where it shouldn't be too difficult in standard tempo (put it at 80bpm, quite near to whatever the original composition has got), yet much space to speed it up.
Also tried to cover up the left hand fingering and tapped notes in the tab.

gonna do a take till next saturday, maybe someone wants to join in and try how far he can push the speed.
In any case thx for the vchat and cya around next Shredturday



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