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> Take 2: Post Rock, Lesson By Gabriel Leopardi
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Rammikin
post Mar 8 2014, 03:06 AM
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Original lesson: Post Rock by Gabriel Leopardi





Links to previous attempts at this lesson:
http://guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_forum/index.php?showtopic=51514


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Gabriel Leopardi
post Mar 8 2014, 05:38 AM
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Hi Ram! I can notice an improvement in the timing of this lesson. I think that you are going on the right track with this one. However there is one part that is giving problems yet, and it's the guitar that plays the melody with slides starting at 00:19. It seems that the slides are the reason why you lost the rhythm in this part, they are not natural and every time you play one, then the melody needs some seconds to be tight again. I recommend you to re-check this part to see the rhythm behind those slides and melody. If you solve it, you will be close to perfection with this lesson.

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Cosmin Lupu
post Mar 8 2014, 08:58 AM
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Hey man!

I don't have anything else to add aside Gabi's observations, so please focus on the timing of those slides - everything should be great afterwards wink.gif

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Darius Wave
post Mar 9 2014, 04:04 PM
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Aside from Gab's notes. This kind of rhythm guitar playing can be done with a fully relaxed right hand (just like playing open chords on acoustic guitar). You don't have to stick Your wrist to the guitar body smile.gif You could get more energy from the wrist rather than fingers motion smile.gif


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post Mar 11 2014, 12:31 PM
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