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post Sep 8 2013, 04:20 PM
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Original lesson: Satch Style by Piotr Kaczor

Hi Guys, Had a lot of fun practicing this Satriani style track (thanks Piotr!). I tune in D so I converted the track's pitch down to D as well. Hope you like it! Cheers Peter

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post Sep 9 2013, 01:25 AM
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Hi mate! I think that you did a very good job with this amazing lesson. Your tone could be more defined in the rhythm section, maybe setting it with less drive and some more compression could help. The tone and effect used for the solo is very close to the original lesson!

Regarding your playing, I think that the overal is very good, your energy in the whole lesson is great. There are some imperfections near the end, with some bends out of pitch (from 1:33 to the end), and the fast lick a bit noisy (1:27).

Work on these details and you'll get a 10 soon.

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Piotr Kaczor
post Sep 9 2013, 10:27 AM
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I almost forgot about this lesson smile.gif Like Gabriel said - you did a great job with this lesson. The tone, phrasing and overall vibe are really cool. I suggest you to apply more palm muting in the riff/rythm section and work on bends and intonation in the solo section.



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Cosmin Lupu
post Sep 9 2013, 11:41 AM
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Hey mate! Less gain in the tone, will tighten up your riff playing and it will also help you figure out the best hand position for tight palm muting as well wink.gif So, follow the suggestions brought up by the guys, and you will get that 10 without any doubt!

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