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> Vinnie Moore Style Patterns: 1, Lesson By Laszlo Boross
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Leo Chang
post Aug 19 2014, 09:41 AM
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Original lesson: Vinnie Moore Style Patterns: 1 by Laszlo Boross

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Aug 19 2014, 02:39 PM
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Hi Leo! How are you? This is a very good take. It sounds clean and defined. There is only some room to improve timing since you tend to play some notes a bit before the beat. This issue seems to happen mostly when you cross strings and one of the reasons can be that your foot is not tapping tight with the backing. Instead of helping, it can generate more problem if you don't follow the groove with your foot.

Well mate, you are doing a very good job with this one, just keep on practicing trying to adjust this timing detail.

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Cosmin Lupu
post Aug 20 2014, 07:42 AM
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Hello there matey!

You are playing clean and you have a good tone! Now, Gabi is right and aside agreeing with him, I'd go for recording over the original or even playing alongside the original to get a good grasp on the timing and groove and also, tap your foot alongside the playing.

You will become more acquainted with the piece and thus when you will want to re-record it, your timing will have greatly improved. Aside from this, if you decide to record over the original, you will most likely be able to notice those slight timing issues.

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Ben Higgins
post Aug 20 2014, 09:12 AM
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Hi Leo, this is a very good take.

Your picking and hand co ordination are perfect. The tone is very clean and there is no unwanted string noise.

In many places, you are rushing slightly so the notes are happening slightly in front of the beat.

If you can sort that out, then this piece would be perfect !

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