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> Doom Metal For Beginners, Lesson By Lian Gerbino
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post Dec 31 2013, 11:05 PM
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Original lesson: Doom Metal For Beginners by Lian Gerbino

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Darius Wave
post Jan 1 2014, 06:49 PM
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Well well...is it only me or it;s just a damn clear tone improvement? wink.gif Nice and juicy tone mate! smile.gif You are also getting better and better with the muting job. I only found a few tiny unwanted noises and those were really not that serious. Only thing here that need a fix is the timming - more focus...also the backing track volume to guitar volume ratio is important for You to feel more connected to the tempo. There is no pulsing hi-hat or click so it's obviously harder to keep perfect timming. Anyway this one is really good. Congratulations and all best in a New, 2014 year smile.gif
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post Jan 2 2014, 11:36 AM
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Hi friend! Yeah! I also note that there is some improvement in your tone, and also your palm muting technique is more precise and defined (maybe the tone issue helped?). There is still room to improve your tone but it's cool to see that you are going on the right track. There are some little timing issues and unwanted noises here and there but nothing very serious, the overall is very good.

Keep on the good job! smile.gif

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post Jan 2 2014, 04:03 PM
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Hello mate!

I think that the tone improvement brought some promising changes along with it and I am glad to see it happening! Otherwise, I don't have anything else to add aside what Gabe and Darius have already said wink.gif

Keep rocking and bring on the improvements!

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