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> Take 2: Beginner's Corner 11: Right Hand Rhythm, Lesson By Bear Rose
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post Oct 5 2013, 09:43 PM
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Original lesson: Beginner's Corner 11: Right Hand Rhythm by Bear Rose

My 2nd take. Thanks, Carmine

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Darius Wave
post Oct 6 2013, 04:10 PM
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Hey Carmine! Good to see You working on this. Unfortunately it will be some more work to do over it. Timming is much better but still not perfect. I think You could relax Your wrist a bit more and take switch more of the movement to the wrist instead of forearm. Also take a close look at Bear's lesson slow parts, right hand view. Watch closely how he hold his pick. It not on the flat side of finger, It's more on it's side. This way pick feels more stable and there is no need of other fingers support, to don't let it fall out from the hand. Try to angle Your wrist a bit more - try to make sort of half-circles instead of straight, parallell to the strings movement. Cheers!

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Cosmin Lupu
post Oct 6 2013, 04:29 PM
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Hey Carmine - as we discussed, much better timing than last time! Please focus on Darius' suggestions and also, take care about the beginning of the part which starts around 0:40 - you rushed a bit there smile.gif

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post Oct 6 2013, 10:42 PM
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Hi Carmine! As the other instructors said, this timing on this take is better but you still have to practice it to improve it. There are some moments where you already play tight but some other where the timing issues become important. Keep on practicing the lesson, trying to feel the groove inside while you play it.

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