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Hi Gab!Another update attempt on the VH lesson.I hope to finish it soon cause I can't take it anymore...this is getting in a nasty routine and I need something new to study but also don't want to let this lesson unfinished sad.gif My guitar is not happy...the first 3 frets are out...and probably it will need a fret leveling or in the worst case....refreting.
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Hi Vince! It's very cool to see you playing this lesson complete. I think that you'r rhythm playing has progressed a lot thanks to this lesson and that you are ready to start working on some new lessons and keep this one on your diary practice just to slowly continue polishing the groove and dynamics. You don't have to dedicate a bit amount of time every day now, you can play it 4 or 5 times and then work on a new lesson that you find inspiring.

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Hi Gab!I don't need to add anything...you are always on the same frequency with me smile.gif For the new lesson I was thinking of studying this one srv-stevie-ray-vaughan-lesson.Even though it's a difficult lesson I think it will really help also with the old lesson.What do you say?
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Nothing to add!! hahaha. Perfect choice. Let's go for it. smile.gif


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Hi Gab!I am affraid I have bad news....I can't do the first part of the SRV lesson...that left hand murting technique is too hard and I tried every posible way that I could think of sad.gif
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mm don't worry! What about going for other easier lesson?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Texas_...s_Rock_Shuffle/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/SRV-Style-Rhythm/


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This is really great!Those 2 lessons would be a great foundation for finishing the SRV lesson by Muris.I will start with Laszlo's lesson smile.gif
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Great! Please keep me updated. wink.gif


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Hi Gab!I have some updates on my work:
The Passenger song- Iggy Pop-The Passenger .It's a lot better then first time I started playing this but still I am having muting problems and also I find it crazy to play this chords so long in a live situation.
The SRV rhythm- SRV rhythm .I find this type of muting technique hard to master cause in the same time you got to stay grooving so that's why I recored on a slower tempo...please tell me if I am doing it corectly before I speed it up.
Also here are the answers for the 1st week of the ear training program: 5th,3rd,5th,8th,3rd,5th,5th,8th,8th,3rd,8th,3rd,3rd,5th,8th,8th,3rd,5th,3rd,5th,
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On the Easter Holiday I had a 3 days vacation far from the big cities and doing something that I really like and comes 2nd after playing guitar....and that is...riding my mountain bike biggrin.gif
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Hi Vince! Nice pics! It's always inspiring to left the city and go for some new air to the mountains. Well done! The place looks very good, where is it?

I'm not convinced of the movement of your right hand when you play the SRV rhythm. You are doing a weird rotation while it should be the same write moment that you do when you play alternate picking or strumming. Check carefully how Laszlo or even SRV do it.

The Passenger is evolving good but be careful with timing. Strums 2 and 3 of the pattern are not going tight with the backing. Pay attention to it.


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Hi Gab!Sorry for the late reply....the pictures are taken in a small village near the border with another country called Moldova.My grandparents live here and also this is the place were I grew up when I was smaller then my guitar smile.gif I think words and pictures can't describe the feelings that you have when you are surrounded all by nature.
Now regarding the SRV lesson...I thought that the muting part is made with the right hand...that's why I make that weird movement.Since it was wrong I changed the motion and I am muting the strings with my left hand and with my right hand I only do a movement similar to alternate picking.But as always the lesson is evolving extremly slow sad.gif
On THE PASSENGER song...it's only my fault...I deliberately delayed strums 2 and 3 just because I thought that it will make it more groovy dry.gif....but I was wrong like always laugh.gif

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Ok, so now I'd like to see you playing the SRV rhythm again to see how you improved it. No matter the speed you play it, please share a video to be safe that you are doing it right.


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Here is the video Mister Instructor smile.gif
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Hi Vince, the hand movement looks good, but the groove is different. Notice that the original lesson has a swing feel while you are playing tight eight notes. This is maybe because you are not playing over the backing, and you didn't pay attention to it, but please take care of the required groove.


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Hi Gab!Sorry again for dissapearing like a magician...llife is complicated for me smile.gif
I know I am behind with ear training course but I think things are getting better each day I practice your assignments.
Here are the answers for the assignment nr. 2:
1.Major 3rd
2.Major 6th
3.Perfect 8th
4.Perfect 5th
5.Major 2nd
6.Major 7th
7.Major 6th
8.Major 2nd
9.Unison
10.Perfect 4th
11.Perfect 8th
12.Major 3rd
13.Major 7th
14.Perfect 4th
15.Perfect 5th

Also here is another demo of the SRV Rhythm: SRV RHythm

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Hi Vince! Thanks for the update!

The ear training is perfect! Great job. Don't worry about being behind, take your time to get into the sound of each interval. The SRV rhythm sound good but there is something about groove lacking. You are playing tight 8th notes while the original requires to make it sound with some swing. I think that it would be a good idea to practice this over the backing tracks to be sure that you are playing this with the correct rhythm.



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Hi Gab!Thank you for your kind words smile.gif I think assignment nr 2 is the most important and I will practice it each day untill I can sing the intervals right but also continue with the other assignments.
I have a groovy problem smile.gif Please help me fix it cause I watched the SRV lesson over and over again and I don't know where I am doing it wrong.Here is a video of me playing almost all the lesson....with some little mistakes of course biggrin.gif
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Hi Vince, your playing is lacking the "triplet" feel, but I checked the guitar pro file and it was also lacking it. Please check this new version of the guitar pro and notice how I wrote 8th notes but with the "triplets feel" which give a swing feel.

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Hi Gab!I looked at the gp file and unfortunetly I can't understand sad.gif I noticed that If I do a circular movement with my right hand the groove is almost the same as the original lesson.
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Please listen to the following guitar pro, the first measure shows the correct rhythm (swinged 8th notes), the second one show the rhythm that you were doing.

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