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Cosmin Lupu
post Nov 24 2013, 08:43 AM
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QUOTE (Germain Adriano @ Nov 24 2013, 02:36 AM) *
Hi Cosmin, sent you a pm. smile.gif


Hey mate got it! Will send you a plan in the PM reply wink.gif


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post Nov 25 2013, 01:34 PM
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post Nov 28 2013, 06:00 PM
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So it's from what i can tell day 7 and thought i make the recording of the 2 lessons and write a little bit about it.

Practiced for about 2hours everyday since last thursday and the video you made was really helpful, in the alternate picking on 2nd picking motion it still bugs my head a little bit with the rythm, but thinking of it as you said helped me alot, and about the vibrato on bends is still something i have to work a bit on, still seem to lock my wrist once i bend the string in the lower frets although it's for the most only when i bend the string upwards, pulling it down gives me alot more space to work with which as you also mention probobly is where the most of the problem is.

The theory is still giving me trouble, i can't pin point what exactly gives me trouble, maybe somethings wrong with my head tongue.gif
Just seems confusing to me, really want to understand and feel a little stupid that i don't, cause it can't be that difficult, but unfortunately it is for me, but i could imaging some of the reason to it not making sense to me is that i don't know what this information is for, what can i do with it ? why should i know this ? it says in the title and that, but right now it feels a bit like it's information thrown at me that i don't know what to do with. i'm definetly an absolute beginner when it comes to theory. smile.gif

But here are the 2 videos:




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post Nov 29 2013, 09:14 AM
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QUOTE (MichaelRdk @ Nov 28 2013, 05:00 PM) *
So it's from what i can tell day 7 and thought i make the recording of the 2 lessons and write a little bit about it.

Practiced for about 2hours everyday since last thursday and the video you made was really helpful, in the alternate picking on 2nd picking motion it still bugs my head a little bit with the rythm, but thinking of it as you said helped me alot, and about the vibrato on bends is still something i have to work a bit on, still seem to lock my wrist once i bend the string in the lower frets although it's for the most only when i bend the string upwards, pulling it down gives me alot more space to work with which as you also mention probobly is where the most of the problem is.

The theory is still giving me trouble, i can't pin point what exactly gives me trouble, maybe somethings wrong with my head tongue.gif
Just seems confusing to me, really want to understand and feel a little stupid that i don't, cause it can't be that difficult, but unfortunately it is for me, but i could imaging some of the reason to it not making sense to me is that i don't know what this information is for, what can i do with it ? why should i know this ? it says in the title and that, but right now it feels a bit like it's information thrown at me that i don't know what to do with. i'm definetly an absolute beginner when it comes to theory. smile.gif

But here are the 2 videos:




Hey buddy! Great work!!

Out of what I am seeing, you are very close with the bending lesson wink.gif I know that the vibrato in bending is a bit more challenging, especially when done upwards. I also think that you localized the problem, when you mentioned the wrist that has the tendency to lock itself. Push the wrist upwards - I will come back with a vid for that movement smile.gif The picking hand basics lesson is going well in my opinion - those triplets could use just a bit more work, but the pulse is there! I would also focus on moving my hands less smile.gif

Regarding theory - let's discuss a bit - can you tell me what you have understood so far? If yes, I will give you some assignments based on the things you understood so far, applied in REAL musical contexts smile.gif So, I suggest we continue with a new schedule for the next week which will also have the Theory assignments included, once you let me know on your impressions regarding what you understood with the theory so far smile.gif


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post Dec 3 2013, 03:52 AM
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post Dec 3 2013, 06:56 PM
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QUOTE (metalheadlady @ Dec 2 2013, 11:52 PM) *
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Hi mate! Cosmin will be on vacation until 17 th. I'm sending a PM to you to cover him during these days! wink.gif
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post Dec 3 2013, 09:45 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Nov 15 2013, 08:58 AM) *
Hey mate!

Got the input data biggrin.gif and here's what I think we can start with from Monday to Sunday (18-24 November)

In Day 1 - 4 -> Spending 4 hrs/ lesson (1 hrs each day) in which you should:

- understand the theoretical concepts
- learn the lesson structure
- learn each part and reproduce it slowly with the metronome
- put all the parts together and practice them against the slowest available backing track
- work your way up tempo with the available backing tracks

This week's lesson: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Stamin...-2-Downpicking/

Day 5 - Revision (you practice the lesson, assuming you that you already know the structure and you can play it) - focus on timing, definition, clean playing, articulations and details!

Day 6 - You can take a break from this lesson and start exploring (listening to it and seeing what you need to prepare in order to start working on it) this one a bit, so that you will be prepared for the next week: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Time-To-Gallop/

Day 7 - Revision and recording - if you wish - and writing conclusions so that we may draw a line and see what have you learned in that wink.gif

How does it sound mate? I Chose only one lesson because I thought that your time is pretty limited and I would rather have you master one lesson than tackle two and master non smile.gif

All the best!

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Update: I'm going to make a video of Stamina School downpicking soon. I'm up to being able to do it with the 190bpm backing track (I warm up at lower speeds). I have not tried the gallop one yet.

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QUOTE (ringmar @ Dec 3 2013, 05:45 PM) *
Update: I'm going to make a video of Stamina School downpicking soon. I'm up to being able to do it with the 190bpm backing track (I warm up at lower speeds). I have not tried the gallop one yet.



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post Dec 4 2013, 03:03 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Nov 29 2013, 09:14 AM) *
Hey buddy! Great work!!

Out of what I am seeing, you are very close with the bending lesson wink.gif I know that the vibrato in bending is a bit more challenging, especially when done upwards. I also think that you localized the problem, when you mentioned the wrist that has the tendency to lock itself. Push the wrist upwards - I will come back with a vid for that movement smile.gif The picking hand basics lesson is going well in my opinion - those triplets could use just a bit more work, but the pulse is there! I would also focus on moving my hands less smile.gif

Regarding theory - let's discuss a bit - can you tell me what you have understood so far? If yes, I will give you some assignments based on the things you understood so far, applied in REAL musical contexts smile.gif So, I suggest we continue with a new schedule for the next week which will also have the Theory assignments included, once you let me know on your impressions regarding what you understood with the theory so far smile.gif


Actually haven't thought or seen this myself before, but now that you mention it i can see that i actually move my hand almost the whole lenght of all the strings everytime i go up and down and yeah, those triplets, they are annoying tongue.gif but going better and better smile.gif
i try to push the wrist upwards, but it just locks and i end up bending the string even more and get out of tune.

The link you gave to the guitar neck where i can see where for example D is and so on, can't remember it yet but trying to remember it but did learn that on 12th fret it's the same as open strings and then it just repeats it self, but there's alot to remember but will remember sometime smile.gif
But i must admit that all i understand is when he says whole step or half step up.. sorry for being so much trouble on the theory side

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post Dec 27 2013, 12:37 AM
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QUOTE (MichaelRdk @ Dec 4 2013, 02:03 PM) *
Actually haven't thought or seen this myself before, but now that you mention it i can see that i actually move my hand almost the whole lenght of all the strings everytime i go up and down and yeah, those triplets, they are annoying tongue.gif but going better and better smile.gif
i try to push the wrist upwards, but it just locks and i end up bending the string even more and get out of tune.

The link you gave to the guitar neck where i can see where for example D is and so on, can't remember it yet but trying to remember it but did learn that on 12th fret it's the same as open strings and then it just repeats it self, but there's alot to remember but will remember sometime smile.gif
But i must admit that all i understand is when he says whole step or half step up.. sorry for being so much trouble on the theory side


Hey mate smile.gif How's it faring with the theory? smile.gif I was curious to hear about your progress


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post Dec 31 2013, 01:46 PM
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Hey Cosmin, smile.gif

* How long have you been playing the guitar?
Been playing for 5 years now.

* What do you feel your current level is?
I feel like I'm at the high end of intermediate, and with a bit of practice, could push that a little higher biggrin.gif

* What sort of theoretical knowledge do you have so far?
I'm pretty good with music theory, I played clarinet before guitar, so I have a bit of musical experience there.

* How much time/day can you spend practicing?
About 2 hours/day on average. Give or take depending on my schedule.

* What are your favorite techniques?
Not using a pick, like Mark Knopfler.
String skipping
Natural and pinch harmonics

* What would you like to improve?
Sweep picking in particular, also learning more advanced chords found in jazz in particular.

* What is your current experience as a player (band, studio, home)?
I've mostly been a solo player. I've been involved in a few bands, I've been part of a musical production. I've been working on my recording skills for the past year and a half.

* What gear do you own?
I have a custom guitar made by my local guitar store. Here's a link

I run my own pedalboard through a PA speaker. I have a Sansamp kind of thing to take care of amps. Hopefully though, very soon I will have an 'actual' guitar amp. I record music on Studio One

* Name a few favorite artists that inspire your playing
Porcupine Tree
TesseracT
Mogwai
Buckethead
RHCP
Yes


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post Jan 1 2014, 06:01 PM
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Hello cosmin i sended you a message.

Hope you can help me.

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Cosmin Lupu
post Jan 1 2014, 06:41 PM
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Hey man - I am on it biggrin.gif Check your inbox wink.gif

QUOTE (tflava @ Jan 1 2014, 05:01 PM) *
Hello cosmin i sended you a message.

Hope you can help me.

grtzz tim



Hello my man! Here's what I have in mind for ya:

In Day 1 - 4 -> Spending 4 hrs/ lesson (2 hrs each day) in which you should:

- understand the theoretical concepts
- learn the lesson structure
- learn each part and reproduce it slowly with the metronome
- put all the parts together and practice them against the slowest available backing track
- work your way up tempo with the available backing tracks

Sweeping: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...weeping-basics/
In the style of: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Tesseract-Style/

If you get on well with those, we will tackle chords and string skipping next week smile.gif

Day 5 - Revision (you practice the lessons, assuming you that you already know the structure and you can play it) - focus on timing, definition, clean playing, articulations and details!

Day 6 - You can take a break if you wish smile.gif There's always a good time to break away from something you are studying and refresh your mind and spirit with something else. I usually take a day a week in which I do not touch the guitar smile.gif

Day 7 - Revision and recording - if you wish - and writing conclusions so that we may draw a line and see what have you learned - be honest to yourself and your progress will occur! How does this all sound, man?

Cosmin

QUOTE (Taka Perry @ Dec 31 2013, 12:46 PM) *
Hey Cosmin, smile.gif

* How long have you been playing the guitar?
Been playing for 5 years now.

* What do you feel your current level is?
I feel like I'm at the high end of intermediate, and with a bit of practice, could push that a little higher biggrin.gif

* What sort of theoretical knowledge do you have so far?
I'm pretty good with music theory, I played clarinet before guitar, so I have a bit of musical experience there.

* How much time/day can you spend practicing?
About 2 hours/day on average. Give or take depending on my schedule.

* What are your favorite techniques?
Not using a pick, like Mark Knopfler.
String skipping
Natural and pinch harmonics

* What would you like to improve?
Sweep picking in particular, also learning more advanced chords found in jazz in particular.

* What is your current experience as a player (band, studio, home)?
I've mostly been a solo player. I've been involved in a few bands, I've been part of a musical production. I've been working on my recording skills for the past year and a half.

* What gear do you own?
I have a custom guitar made by my local guitar store. Here's a link

I run my own pedalboard through a PA speaker. I have a Sansamp kind of thing to take care of amps. Hopefully though, very soon I will have an 'actual' guitar amp. I record music on Studio One

* Name a few favorite artists that inspire your playing
Porcupine Tree
TesseracT
Mogwai
Buckethead
RHCP
Yes


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post Jan 3 2014, 07:51 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Dec 26 2013, 11:37 PM) *
Hey mate smile.gif How's it faring with the theory? smile.gif I was curious to hear about your progress


Hey man, after a few weeks of crazy work hours i'm ready to jump back into playing again tongue.gif
Also got myself a nice evh wolfgang special as a treat biggrin.gif
So yeah what's the next stage smile.gif

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post Jan 4 2014, 03:44 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jan 2 2014, 04:41 AM) *
Hello my man! Here's what I have in mind for ya:

In Day 1 - 4 -> Spending 4 hrs/ lesson (2 hrs each day) in which you should:

- understand the theoretical concepts
- learn the lesson structure
- learn each part and reproduce it slowly with the metronome
- put all the parts together and practice them against the slowest available backing track
- work your way up tempo with the available backing tracks

Sweeping: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...weeping-basics/
In the style of: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Tesseract-Style/

If you get on well with those, we will tackle chords and string skipping next week smile.gif

Day 5 - Revision (you practice the lessons, assuming you that you already know the structure and you can play it) - focus on timing, definition, clean playing, articulations and details!

Day 6 - You can take a break if you wish smile.gif There's always a good time to break away from something you are studying and refresh your mind and spirit with something else. I usually take a day a week in which I do not touch the guitar smile.gif

Day 7 - Revision and recording - if you wish - and writing conclusions so that we may draw a line and see what have you learned - be honest to yourself and your progress will occur! How does this all sound, man?

Cosmin


Alright! Thanks very much, I'll start looking at those lessons. I still don't have a guitar tuned in Drop A, the lowest I have at the moment is in Drop C. Is it gonna be okay if I pitch the backing track up 3 semitones?


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post Jan 4 2014, 04:19 PM
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QUOTE (Taka Perry @ Jan 4 2014, 02:44 AM) *
Alright! Thanks very much, I'll start looking at those lessons. I still don't have a guitar tuned in Drop A, the lowest I have at the moment is in Drop C. Is it gonna be okay if I pitch the backing track up 3 semitones?


No problem with me man smile.gif The concepts are important in this case - when you will have a downtuned guitar, you can simply play it on that one. But since you wanted to understand more about the music made by the guys, I think that it's ok to learn the lesson wink.gif Lemme know how it all goes, ok?


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QUOTE (saintofbladez @ Jan 3 2014, 06:51 PM) *
Hey man, after a few weeks of crazy work hours i'm ready to jump back into playing again tongue.gif
Also got myself a nice evh wolfgang special as a treat biggrin.gif
So yeah what's the next stage smile.gif


Hehe, welcome back man smile.gif Well, first things first - I would like to know how it goes with the stuff that you had to practice in the previous schedule, as you haven't yet given me any feedback wink.gif


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* How long have you been playing the guitar?
Since 15, I'm 19.

* What do you feel your current level is?
6 (GMC level)

* What sort of theoretical knowledge do you have so far?
I know lots of theory on paper, if that makes sense but on the fretboard I need to think a bit before I Harmonize a major scale mode with arpeggios or triads, for example.

* How much time/day can you spend practicing?
No worries about this. I got plenty of time.

* What are your favorite techniques?
I love all techniques. It's my goal to master them all. Please see my favorite artists as this might help with this answer.

* What would you like to improve?
Overall Technique. Again, "Please see my favorite artists as this might help with this answer."

* What is your current experience as a player (band, studio, home)?
I've played live, I have a couple of students and I have bunch of songs that are on hold because I want to work a bit more on my chops and licks.

* What gear do you own?
Fender Strat. Eric Johnson; Kemper Rack; Schecter Hellraiser FR; Schecter She-Devil FR.

* Name a few favorite artists that inspire your (GUITAR) playing
Paul Gilbert, Guthrie Govan, Andy James, Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani, SRV, Synyster Gates, Robbie Calvo, Frank Gambale and Alex Hutchings.

I want to improve my overall technique so I can post some covers of well known solos or instrumental tracks on YouTube and even more important, to record great solos on my originals (that I intend to record this year) . It's the best way to push myself and to learn new licks and ideas.

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post Jan 6 2014, 10:48 AM
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Hey man smile.gif So, I understood your needs and here's what I think:

Let's aim for accomplishing 2 lessons/ week, each one being based on a different technique. Due to the wide variety of your musical tastes, most likely we will be dealing with multiple techniques, but in respect to your time as well, I think that the most important would be the following:

- alternate picking
- legato
- tapping
- articulation elements

So, one week has a focus on two of them and the other on the other two - at the end of each month you should have 8 lessons, recorded and played as well as possible. What do you think? Is it too much? If everything is cool with that, I would dare to share the first 4 alongside with some tips for dividing your time and approach on the matter:

In Day 1 - 4 -> Spending 8 hrs/ lesson (4 hrs each day) in which you should:

- understand the theoretical concepts
- learn the lesson structure
- learn each part and reproduce it slowly with the metronome
- put all the parts together and practice them against the slowest available backing track
- work your way up tempo with the available backing tracks

Day 5 - Revision (you practice the lessons, assuming you that you already know the structure and you can play them) - focus on timing, definition, clean playing, articulations and details!

Day 6 - You can take a break if you wish smile.gif There's always a good time to break away from something you are studying and refresh your mind and spirit with something else. I usually take a day a week in which I do not touch the guitar - this is up to you and by that, I mean, try it, see if it proves useful and if not, let me know smile.gif

Day 7 - Revision and recording - if you wish - and writing conclusions so that we may draw a line and see what have you learned - be honest to yourself and your progress will occur! How does this all sound, man?

Here are the first 4 lessons:

Alternate picking - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/
Legato - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bens-Land-Of-Legato-3/
Tapping - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ythmic-tapping/
Articulation - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bens-Vibrato-Odyssey-3/

Cosmin


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jan 6 2014, 09:48 AM) *
Hey man smile.gif So, I understood your needs and here's what I think:

Let's aim for accomplishing 2 lessons/ week, each one being based on a different technique. Due to the wide variety of your musical tastes, most likely we will be dealing with multiple techniques, but in respect to your time as well, I think that the most important would be the following:

- alternate picking
- legato
- tapping
- articulation elements

So, one week has a focus on two of them and the other on the other two - at the end of each month you should have 8 lessons, recorded and played as well as possible. What do you think? Is it too much? If everything is cool with that, I would dare to share the first 4 alongside with some tips for dividing your time and approach on the matter:

In Day 1 - 4 -> Spending 8 hrs/ lesson (4 hrs each day) in which you should:

- understand the theoretical concepts
- learn the lesson structure
- learn each part and reproduce it slowly with the metronome
- put all the parts together and practice them against the slowest available backing track
- work your way up tempo with the available backing tracks

Day 5 - Revision (you practice the lessons, assuming you that you already know the structure and you can play them) - focus on timing, definition, clean playing, articulations and details!

Day 6 - You can take a break if you wish smile.gif There's always a good time to break away from something you are studying and refresh your mind and spirit with something else. I usually take a day a week in which I do not touch the guitar - this is up to you and by that, I mean, try it, see if it proves useful and if not, let me know smile.gif

Day 7 - Revision and recording - if you wish - and writing conclusions so that we may draw a line and see what have you learned - be honest to yourself and your progress will occur! How does this all sound, man?

Here are the first 4 lessons:

Alternate picking - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/
Legato - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bens-Land-Of-Legato-3/
Tapping - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ythmic-tapping/
Articulation - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bens-Vibrato-Odyssey-3/

Cosmin


All do my best. I'll start with the first one and record a video ASAP Thanks a lot, Cosmin!


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