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> Take 3: Blues Duet: Rhythm & Solo, Lesson By Stephane Lucarelli
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post Jun 17 2013, 06:34 PM
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Original lesson: Blues Duet: Rhythm & Solo by Stephane Lucarelli

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post Jun 18 2013, 01:54 AM
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Hi man! I think that you are doing a very good job with this one. Your timing is much better! I think that there are still some little adjustments to do but the overall better. There are some moments where the pitch is not 100% ok, some bends or notes that are a bit out of tune, maybe because of your playing or maybe just a guitar issue. Also that muted sweep at the beginning doesn't sound like the one that is played in the original lesson. However the overall is good. Make your vibrato stronger and your bending more precise and you will get a 10 soon! wink.gif

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post Jun 18 2013, 09:14 AM
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Hello, hello biggrin.gif

Mate, Gabe is right in every aspect and I think that, the more confidence you will achieve through practice, the better this take will become. Confidence is felt a million miles away through the strength behind every note!

Keep bluesing and show us the next level of strength and confidence!


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Darius Wave
post Jun 18 2013, 03:55 PM
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Blues is a difficult genre to judge in technical aspects. There is this specific flow in in that sometimes make a "must" of leaving the perfect timming a bit. But...in this particular case we need to "suck" all the profits from the lesson so we also have to keep the timming with high priority. This take is better than the previous - there are no huge mistakes - it's pleasan't to listen for the non-guitarist listener smile.gif This pseudo-sweep at 0:06 should be just an ornamnet - don't try to fit this to any particular rhythm valus. Just go to the first string while stroking few strings above - Mute them a bit more - don't leave those notes open and don't make an arpegio from this smile.gif Cheers! smile.gif

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