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> Take 2: Bend And Slide Exercises For Beginners, Lesson By Laszlo Boross
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post Mar 16 2014, 05:41 PM
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Original lesson: Bend And Slide Exercises For Beginners by Laszlo Boross

Hi guys I gave it another shot :)

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Cosmin Lupu
post Mar 17 2014, 09:20 AM
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Hey mate,

great to see you in the REC zone again! The timing on this one is good, but the bends and vibrato need more precision. You are very, very close, but it's a matter of practicing it by being very focused on the pitches and generally staying in tune when vibrating a note. I would also suggest you to try recording against the original take in the lesson for a comparison - you can always figure out what's what after doing that wink.gif

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post Mar 17 2014, 11:27 AM
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Hi Lexman! I find some improvements on this take compared with the previous one. Your playing is tighter not and slowly it starts to sound deeper and with more feeling. However there is still more room for it because both bending and vibrato need more work. Your bending doesn't reach the correct pitch more of the times, and vibrato should be more consistent.

I recommend you to focus on this two techniques, and add 1 or 2 lessons that covers specially them.

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post Mar 17 2014, 03:42 PM
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To avoid repeating what guys said I will maybe give one tip.

When You vibrate make sure You always go back to point 0 (correct pitch). Now You sometimes keep the note out of tune through all the vibrating process. You make sort of "few cents" bend and vibrate the notes which makes it sound a bit higher in pitch. If You focus to alwasy reach "no tension" point on the fretted note, Your vibrato will become more in tune. Anyway...very good take smile.gif

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