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> Mixolydian Sixths R&B, Lesson By Javier Aviles
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post Dec 23 2013, 07:00 PM
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Original lesson: Mixolydian Sixths R&B by Javier Aviles

had a blast playing this lesson, thanks! I tune in D so I transposed the backing track accordingly Cheers Peter

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post Dec 23 2013, 08:29 PM
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Hi Peter, good take !

You've got a great tone for this.. your overall chicken' picking technique is solid.

Things that could be improved are the little bends here and there throughout the piece. In some places, notes need a little micro bend (almost a semi tone but not quite) on them to make the phrases work...

You could afford to relax a bit and hang back.. in some places you shift quite quickly between chords, barely allowing them to have their moment. So try not to rush in front of the beat too much.

But overall you did a grand job - well done smile.gif

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Dec 24 2013, 01:58 AM
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Nice take man! It's a tricky lesson and you played everything very well. I agree with Ben about playing everything more relaxed but I think that this will happen with some more days of playing this one. I think that once you could relax your body and enjoy more what you are playing you will be able to give more feeling, dynamics and groove to this one.

So keep on the hard work. wink.gif

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post Dec 24 2013, 02:04 PM
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Hey mate! I REALLY dig your tone biggrin.gif Otherwise, I think that it's a matter of paying attention to details and being more relaxed throughout the whole take, as the guys very well observed.

Keep rocking!


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