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> Beginner Rock Rhythm, Lesson By Joe Kataldo
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Marcin Kwaczynsk...
post Feb 3 2014, 10:26 AM
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Original lesson: Beginner Rock Rhythm by Joe Kataldo



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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 3 2014, 11:09 AM
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Hi again! This one is sounding good but I think that it need more practice to see you playing it more comfortable. The rhythm is a bit rigid, needs to be groovier, and the palm muted open 6 string patterns tighter. The solo section need some improvements: your vibrato and the pitch of that bend.

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Darius Wave
post Feb 3 2014, 12:19 PM
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Hej Marcin! Your right hand looks very tensed. I think You play a bit too soft as well. You could try to increase the strenght and angle Your wrist. You can make wider movements to get goo timming. Also essential thing in this kind of twisted rhythm playing is a regular righ hand work. Take a look at original lesson. Joe's hand works similar to playing regular chords on acoustic guitar - it doesn't stop on those 16th notes - it just makes and empty movement when there tend to be no note. Remember about the details. When trying to master this kind of rhythm lesson You need to focus on very small details. Picking direction is one of those.


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Cosmin Lupu
post Feb 4 2014, 10:09 AM
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Hey there mate! So glad to see that you are so active in the REC zone smile.gif

I think that you did a good job and if you follow the suggestions given by the guys, you will get this one in a better shape. As we discussed, you need to focus more on the lead lines, as rhythm is stronger within you at this point and it only needs some more practice to become relaxed and groovy.

Keep rocking!

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post Feb 5 2014, 12:43 PM
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