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> Take 2: Hard Rock Power Chords - Beginner, Lesson By Sinisa Cekic
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Anese
post Aug 12 2014, 09:19 PM
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Original lesson: Hard Rock Power Chords - Beginner by Sinisa Cekic

Hello again guitar ppl Here's my second take, I'm still working on it tho. thanks for your support guys. hope my next one will be better and I promise I wont disappoint you Cosmin lol



Links to previous attempts at this lesson:
http://guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_forum/index.php?showtopic=52781
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Cosmin Lupu
post Aug 13 2014, 06:39 PM
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Hey mate,

You are very close!

I think that everything has the right groove and timing and the only details that should be fixed, would be the following:

- 0:05 the vibrato doesn't appear in your take
- in the end the bends occurring at about 0:33 could be more exact and closer to the intended pitch

Try to implement these fixes and the take should be good!

Keep rocking!

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Aug 13 2014, 07:10 PM
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Hi mate! Congrats on the improvements! It's been just 5 days since your previous take and the changes are notorious. Well done!

The chords have now the right duration and everything sounds tighter. However there are still two things to improve from the list of my previous comments: vibrato and 8th muted notes. Keep on practicing focusing on these two things and also trying to make the chord changes smoother (practice and repetitions are the secrets for this).

Keep on the hard work!



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Ben Higgins
post Aug 13 2014, 07:27 PM
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Hi man, this is a definite improvement.

To be fair to Anese, it was my suggestion that he left the vibrato off and concentrated on getting the correct sound with the chords. If a player hasn't developed a good vibrato yet then often it can make it worse to have a poorly formed vibrato as opposed to having no vibrato at all. So that's my fault, guys smile.gif

In terms of rhythm and execution, you've got the right flow happening.

The out of tune issues hurt my ears a bit though, I'm surprised the guys didn't mention it !!!???? tongue.gif


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post Aug 15 2014, 12:25 PM
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