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> Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner , Lesson By Marcus Lavendell
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post Jan 12 2014, 01:32 PM
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Original lesson: Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner by Marcus Lavendell

Hi Guys, Here's my take of this wonderful lesson, I really love this style. I tune in D so the track has been transposed as well Hope you like it. Cheers Peter

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post Jan 12 2014, 02:35 PM
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Hi man! Nice work! There is something weird with the audio...it sound like a low bitrate mp3...sort of fluttering disturb while listening. Maybe it's sort of coding problem on my side but will see if other instructors confirm. You did good job with the fingering, clean playing and tone match. Unfortunately at some points Your timming seems to be off. Those slow triplets aren't easy to execute for sure but I think You could try to get closer to the drum beats.

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post Jan 12 2014, 04:53 PM
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Hey mate! Strong interpretation and good vibrato! I agree with Darius on the timing - I think it's just a matter of perception while playing, so my suggestion is to re-record against the original recording and see where the timing slips occur. It'll definitely help you in achieving a better take in respect to timing.

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post Jan 13 2014, 05:39 AM
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Hi mate! Good take! I can feel the weird effect that Darius noted, and I think that it must happened because of transposing the backing. Regarding your playing, you have a very strong vibrato and the overall energy on this take is very good. I also note timing issues as the only thing to improve on this take.

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