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> I Got Rhythm Guitar 2 - Palm Muting, Lesson By Joe Kataldo
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post Jul 9 2014, 07:58 PM
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Original lesson: I Got Rhythm Guitar 2 - Palm Muting by Joe Kataldo

Hi guys :) This is my REC for this lesson Thank you for your comments!

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jul 10 2014, 01:39 AM
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Hi Lexman! I will say this every time I see a new video from you.. your guitar looks so good!! smile.gif

Congrats on this tight take! You are playing the lesson very concentrated and the result is a perfect take that the only thing that is lacking is just a bit of groove and dynamics. This "lack" is a very small detail, but it's the only difference that I note comparing your take with the original one. The "groove" issue can be noted more when you play 16th notes. Both dynamics and groove can be improved if you liberate a bit more your right hand and play the tune more relaxed as Joe does.

Besides these details, the take is very good, it's a 9,5 for me! biggrin.gif

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Cosmin Lupu
post Jul 10 2014, 07:57 AM
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Hehe! As i told you mate wink.gif The German Industrial metal it is, but as Gabi said, with time, you will learn how to add a bit of groove - that's more of a feeling which is developed with experience, so no worries, as it will come smile.gif

We have discussed this one in your mentoring, so I will only add my congratulations! Very well played!


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post Jul 10 2014, 07:33 PM
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I think this is excellent. Your playing is very tight - well done. I've got nothing to add here smile.gif

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Marius Pop
post Jul 11 2014, 10:16 AM
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Nice tone, good timing mate.Nothing to improve here smile.gif Keep on rockin'

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