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> Megadeth Style Riffing Lesson, Lesson By Lale Nikic
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post Jun 30 2013, 12:21 PM
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Original lesson: Megadeth Style Riffing Lesson by Lale Nikic

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post Jun 30 2013, 02:40 PM
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Hey mate!

You are using a very clean tone - little gain - and this is both good and making things difficult. On one hand, you are forced to play very clean in order to make things sound, but on the other hand, a bit more gain would make things sound more authentic.

Now, as an ensemble, this take is ok, but there are spots in which your timing needs more work:

- 0:14-0:16
- 0:34
- 0:40

If you would put a bit more effort in practicing it slow for some more time, I am sure you can make it sound flawless - you are very close!


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Darius Wave
post Jun 30 2013, 09:10 PM
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My advice for whole the take would be to always have contact with the strings above the onbe You play. Instead of Cosmin I like lower gain tone smile.gif I think there is too much unwanted noise from the higher strings. You could try to focus on muting them and this means always having one finger from the left hand touching those. Anyway well done! Nice clarity smile.gif

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post Jun 30 2013, 09:48 PM
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Hi Renan. As Cosmin said, the main thing to work on this one is timing. He already shared the seconds where the problem is more notorious. Isolate those sections and practice them over metronome as a loop until you can play them tight. Also playing over the original lesson can help you to improve your timing.

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