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post Jul 2 2013, 06:52 PM
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Original lesson: Southern Skynyrd by Denes Nagy

When I discoverd this workshop, I take a break from my never ending attempts becoming a blues guitarist. Lynyrd Skynyrd are one of my favourite bands in my youth. Thank you Denes. Here is my first Take.

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Cosmin Lupu
post Jul 3 2013, 08:21 AM
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Hello Folkyringo!

I think you did a pretty good job with this lesson - your timing is good and you are playing clean! Now, in order to make this a perfect take, you should focus on the chord changes - good example around 0:38 - in which you are not that dead on, as they sound a bit delayed somehow.

Otherwise, keep rocking, man!


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Darius Wave
post Jul 3 2013, 03:17 PM
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Cosmin's got a good point over here - second half is a bit delayed but still under the tolerance range smile.gif First thing that took my attention is the way You hold the pick. I wonder if it would be more comfortable to relax all other fingers than thumb and the index one. Also...probably You hold the pick on the flat and soft side of the finger (very natural) while many players hold it on theleft side of the finger. This gives more solid grab and feels weird at the beginning but gives more profits while playing some fast things - better control of the picks angle and less strength needed to don;t let the pick fall out smile.gif

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post Jul 3 2013, 05:08 PM
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Hi mate! Nice take of this beautiful lesson! I think that you just have to keep on playing this one to feel more comfortable with the overall groove and the chord changes. Keep on the good job! wink.gif

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