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> Modal Madness pt 4 - 5 String Patterns, Lesson By Zsolt Galambos
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post Oct 30 2012, 06:17 PM
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Original lesson: Modal Madness pt 4 - 5 String Patterns by Zsolt Galambos

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Ben Higgins
post Oct 30 2012, 07:03 PM
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Hi my friend. It's good to see you working on this stuff but this won't be able to qualify to be graded as you need to play the track up to speed with the backing track smile.gif

Your left hand is gaining skill and you're adventuring into 3 note per string territory which is great. All the ingredients are there, you just need to tighten up the actual co ordination between right hand and left hand. This is easier done when playing slow to medium tempo. If you're going to aim for fast run-throughs, stick to smaller speed bursts which increase your chances of hitting every note correctly because of the shorter duration.

Also, think about isolating and concentrating on the areas that give you the most trouble instead of going through the whole thing start to finish. Those areas where you have to pause and regroup your thoughts.. maybe they will be good sequences to focus on ! smile.gif

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post Oct 30 2012, 08:05 PM
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Hi mate! Thanks for posting this one! This will help us a lot with the Army's job. As Ben said, we can't grade it for REC but I will post this one in our thread to have it as a reference, and there I will give you some feedback. wink.gif

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Cosmin Lupu
post Oct 31 2012, 10:22 AM
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Howdy there! As the guys said, this won't make it as a REC take, BUT it's a good reference for your progress. My advice would be to slow things down and learn this bit by bit, mastering it's details, timing and interpretation. Once you have each part down, combine them at a slow tempo and then as you gain confidence and have EVERYTHING under control, increase the tempo, until you get to the point where you can play it without any stress.

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post Nov 1 2012, 06:24 PM
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I agree with other instructors you need to bring it up to speed before we can grade you!

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