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> Guitar Loves Piano #4, Lesson By Piotr Kaczor
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post Dec 19 2012, 04:18 PM
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Original lesson: Guitar Loves Piano #4 by Piotr Kaczor
I am new on the REC board and I am eager to show my progresses throughout time. Let me now what you think about that take!

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post Dec 19 2012, 05:17 PM
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Hi Romain! It's great to see you working hard! This is a good take! Your timing is getting better so keep on this way! You also have to pay attention to the pitch of some of your bends. I would also suggest to hold your pick more with the tip of your right hand thumb, I think that you will get more precision.

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post Dec 20 2012, 11:52 AM
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Hey mate! This take sounds good but if you follow Gabe's advices, you can get an even nicer one! Now, about the pick holding - you should be careful to grab the pick with the tip of your thumb - this will provide angle variety and more control. You will be able to pick with more or less angle, in respect to the strings, in order to obtain a more clean attack or a more aggressive one.

Keep rocking Romain!


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post Dec 20 2012, 12:40 PM
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Welcome to the REC Zone, Romain ! smile.gif

This is a great lesson to learn.. in fact, any of Piotr's lessons are incredible and will teach you a lot about feel.

Your take is generally good.. no complaints. Just keep going and work on bending and vibrato, perhaps the 2 most important techniques in my eyes !

About the pick holding... as the guys say, you seem to be holding it near the middle thumb joint so you could bring the pick more to the big 'pad' of your thumb, closer to the tip. However, the other thing is that your index finger is holding the pick close to the tip. What you might want to try is to curl your index finger more so that your pick rests on the side of your index finger, between that and your thumb.

If you look at this picture, you can see the finger is curled inwards more and the pick is held between the side of the index finger and end of the thumb.

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It doesn't have to be exactly like that picture but it just gives you an idea of how the finger and thumb work together to hold the pick. Hope this helps smile.gif

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