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> Take 5: Canon in D - Blues Lesson, Lesson By Ivan Milenkovic
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post Jul 24 2013, 10:16 AM
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Original lesson: Canon in D - Blues Lesson by Ivan Milenkovic

Hello again. I practic ae lot and i hope this is the last take so i can move on. Thanks in advance

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post Jul 24 2013, 02:08 PM
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Hi man! It's awesome to see your evolution! This take is better than the previous one. You improved your vibrato, your bending and also timing. There is still room to make the take sound groovier but you are very close to master this one. Also, that's bend at the end doesn't reach the correct pitch. My suggestion is to start working on a new lesson but keep on playing this one everyday and submit a take when you feel that you can feel an improvement in the groove. Keep on rocking. wink.gif

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Cosmin Lupu
post Jul 24 2013, 10:43 PM
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Hey mate! Congrats again for your consistency and I agree with Gabe - how about choosing a new lesson to practice, maybe one in the same manner, because as I see it, you grasped the principles of articulation - bends and vibrato, that is - but you need a lot of practice to control them more and more.

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post Jul 24 2013, 11:23 PM
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Congrats mate! We did explain the things to improve so many times and many of them arer corrected so this time just let me share some free thought.

Some kind of smoothnes and groove in playing is a thing that You polish through years. Even if You are the most stubborn and have a huge will of hard, effective work, there are still things that will need some time to grow in You and no matter how hard You try this is not something that could happen so fast smile.gif

I know You WANT THE 10 SO DAMN MUCH biggrin.gif And the work You give to get it is impressive smile.gif I would be proud of You if I would be Your father tongue.gif

I think it's a time to go to another lesson with some bending and after some time go back to this one to add some flow smile.gif There lessons You will go through the more things You'll learn that will be usefull in any another smile.gif

Now You dig the vibarato concepts. Try to have some fun with different vibrato speeds and width. It's work You make once an it profits in every single song You'll play in the future.

Well done smile.gif
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