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post Jan 14 2014, 11:47 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.

Thanks a lot.
About my play list.

1. Exercises.
- Your lesson
- Scales. I tried to play 4-5 times scales lesson to warm my hands.

2. Covers which I have already learnt.
- "your betrayal-bullet for my valentine"
- "awake-skillet"
- "whispers in the dark-skillet"
- "hero-skillet"
- "lieve free or let me die-skillet"

3. Things which I am not ready to play at the present time but I have learnt.
- "Last to know - Bullet for my Valentine"
- "Indestructible - Disturbed"
- "lamb of god - laid to rest"
-"Malmlsteen Yngwie-Trilogy Suite"

4. Learning new things,technics.....


So, if I do everything it spends more than 7 hrs(I checked).

I should schedule my lessons.

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This week is very hard.
I am waiting the weekend to record video.
- with pleasure wink.gif
You make me be sure and inspired.
I very appreciate this.

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post Jan 15 2014, 09:22 AM
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Hey there mate smile.gif

I would suggest the following approach smile.gif I know you are a busy guy and you most probably work a lot, aside from guitar playing - am I right?

If so, a healthy 2hrs30 min or even 3 hrs a day practice schedule, would be ideal!

I would leave aside point 3, for now and focus on points 1,2 and 4

Point 1 - 1 hr - 30 minutes for each as a warm up and trying to get as close as possible to the original speed while staying true to timing, clean playing and interpretation.

Point 2 - pick ONE song and work on it each day till you finish it smile.gif You will get there MUCH faster this way wink.gif

Point 4 - take 30 minutes to try out new things and maybe 30 minutes for recording the stuff you have practiced at points 1 and 2. Maybe even a whole hour for recording if it feels more difficult.

This is how I'd do it smile.gif What do you think?

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post Jan 16 2014, 06:59 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.

You are right.
I have a very tight schedule.
I even had to range my interests and leave sport.
Because I have really no time.
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About my lessons.
I understood.
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Thanks a lot.
It is really very important for me.




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post Jan 16 2014, 08:53 AM
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I figured it out somehow - don't ask me how laugh.gif

But anyway, let's try this idea for a month and see how it goes - deal? If it doesn't feel that awesome, we'll try something else.

Leaving sports as a pro, or not doing sports at all - I think that sport and physical activity are very important mate - they set a very healthy mental and physical state for anyone and this is reflected in their way of life smile.gif


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post Jan 16 2014, 09:03 AM
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Yes,I agree with you.
I was in a very good form.
Sport was always a very important part of my life.
I spent 2-3 hrs everyday for training more than 10 years.
But now it is impossible.
I sleep only 5-6 hrs a night and my day schedule is very tight.
But I hope in 2-4 months I will return to gym.
Everything is fine.
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post Jan 16 2014, 10:09 AM
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Aye mate, I know... There are times in life when you can't have it all, but I sure hope that you will have the possibility and right frame of mind to be able to arrange your life as you like! smile.gif Keep me posted, ok?


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post Jan 18 2014, 12:37 PM
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Hi,Cosmin.
It's my cover Hero

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzWV2TEwZ2E

And one more

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ypc5uEPKsw

In the end I missed one phrase that you could hear when I play
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Haha!

Very nice man smile.gif I think I heard a little imperfection at about 0.27 in 'Hero' - otherwise it sounds really nice!

Wow - the other one is tight as hell! Very nice man! Very very nice - this sort of playing suits you nicely!! And the feedback control!! Good, good good!

I am very happy, mate!

You can do a lot more!

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Thank you very much.
I did it because of you.
You support me and I feel this.
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I hope next weekend I will record some new video.
And now I concentrated on my legato lesson.

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QUOTE (pavelducati @ Jan 19 2014, 05:37 PM) *
Thank you very much.
I did it because of you.
You support me and I feel this.
)
I hope next weekend I will record some new video.
And now I concentrated on my legato lesson.


I support you because you work hard and you have a very positive energy on things smile.gif I can't stay away from people like you laugh.gif You know the old saying - help me help you? Well, it seems like we are a pretty good team at doing this!

Let's see more videos!! biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (pavelducati @ Jan 21 2014, 06:57 AM) *
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Hi,Cosmin.
Yastersay was my wedding anniversary.
So I did not play yesterday.
After my work we spent the evening with my family.
I am going to record legato lesson today in the evening.
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Oooo! Congratulations man! smile.gif I hope that you have a happy relationship with your wife and she supports you!


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You are absolutely right.
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She is a part of me and I am a part of she.

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AAA!!!!
I can't play it clear yet. ohmy.gif

https://www.dropbox.com/s/s2bve0nfu94gxuw/Legato.mp3

I will do it soon.
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It's a very nice exercise.


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Hey mate biggrin.gif It's slowly growing, out of what I can hear smile.gif Your trouble right now, resides in the position shifts at this particular speed - see second 0:15 for instance. You lose the rhythm there, when you shift! Try to focus on the shifts to make them in good timing, ok?


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post Jan 26 2014, 11:45 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.
As I promised.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/54sqsnjwu535r40/w...%20dark%203.m4a
But it's not good.
Solo is very dirty.
I think I am not ready for video version yet.(
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Today I was going to finish my legato lesson but some things distracted me.
And I did only this:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gk37gv15jk4mo0a/Legato.m4a

Unfortunately I am not satisfied. I don't like when my plans collapse.
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I will correct everything this week.
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Hey amigo!!

The riffage is very good biggrin.gif I like the punch and tone, but even if the solo is not that tight, I can feel definite progress smile.gif Have a bit more patience with the solo and you will be there!

Patience is the essence wink.gif Don't worry, just keep practicing and you will definitely get there with the legato as well smile.gif It's still a little bit more work with the shifts when changing position. did you try to play it slower and focus on those shifts?



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Yes, I am training in a slow temp.
As you said.
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