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Sorry Gab, we keep crossing paths.

Please look here >>>>HERE it's my corrections that I did last night.

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Thanks Gab,

I think all I did was actually forgot to count the first note as 1 and started from the second rolleyes.gif Worked late tonight, trying to get ahead of myself because I'm away next week. I'll put another REC up tomorrow.

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Hello Gab,

Low on time again tonight, ear training and a REC only I'm afraid. Working late to get things in place for next week while I am in Spain.

FuManchu practising tomorrow, must give that more attention, this Rock Pop solo has consumed my life laugh.gif I wake up in the middle of the night with it in my hear, it's like an earworm (If you haven't heard the phrase before look HERE )

I really do think my ear is improving, I often can't recognise/remember the interval name but I am matching the notes much quicker on my fretboard.

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Hi Phil, these are all great news. It's cool to see you evolving on each of the elements that we are working here. And I have to say that having a trained ear is fundamental for every musician so this workout will have a big impact in your overall playing.

I haven't heard the word "earworm" before but I love the meaning.... I have it very frequently. For example, I had the chorus of a song for two years in my mind... my girlfriend said that every time I was walking I used to sing it.... laugh.gif

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Hello Gab,

Thank you for everything.

I managed to do some ear training and a bit of Fu Manchu tonight, had to do End Of Month production figures for work and also some packing for my week in Spain.

I am hoping to pass this last REC take. I know I haven't completely mastered it but maybe you could think of another solo for me to learn, I really need something fresh in the solo department and rather than spend time mastering the Rock Pop one, I think it would be better for my mind to tackle something new that still challenges my weaker areas. Do you agree?

I am leaving tomorrow for my holiday in Spain for one week, I should still be able to access the forum so long as the wi-fi is working wink.gif

When I return, I will hopefully be able to tackle a new solo once I have dusted off the cobwebs biggrin.gif

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Hi mate! So you are just leaving! I hope that you have a great time in Spain. smile.gif

What about working on this one when you're back?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Beginner-Soloing-1/


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Thanks Gab,

Wow blink.gif that's for beginners??? Loving it, I'll be on it when I get back.

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ May 1 2015, 10:35 AM) *
Thanks Gab,

Wow blink.gif that's for beginners??? Loving it, I'll be on it when I get back.

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hehehe beginners who are close to intermediate... it's level 3.


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Hello Gab,

Just a couple of thoughts to run by you. I obviously can't do the current ear training lesson so I will have to fit it in next weekend and the next lesson all in one week. Is this OK with you or do you think I should try a different approach ?

The other thing is; would it be ok if I posted another Rock Pop solo to REC? Ben only gave me a 7 last time and I would like to get at least 3x8. I won't focus on it and I think that now in have got a pass I may relax a little. I was thinking that maybe at the end of each practise i could have a go at it and when I think it is better I could post it. Is this OK?

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Hi Phil, how are you?

The answer to these two questions are 2 OK. hahaha. Everything sound good for me, feel free to post REC takes whenever you want, it's the best way to monitor your progress and receive feedback from different and great instructors. smile.gif


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Ok Gab,

Assignment 4 answers.

1: Perfect 5th ( D A )
2: Major 2nd ( G A )
3: Perfect 4th ( E A )
4: Octave ( G# G# )
5: Major 7th ( A# A )
6: Major 3rd ( C E )
7: Octave ( F F )
8: Perfect 4th ( G C )
9: Octave ( C C )
10:Major 6th ( E C# ) This one was really hard for my ears to find the 2nd note unsure.gif

They all seem right to me.

Do you think it would be good for you to keep the assignments to 10 examples and for the student to see how quickly they work them out? I was thinking it might show another area of improvement if they are solving the puzzles more quickly then they are finding the notes more quickly and/or remembering the interval names better rather than having to check the diagram. Just a thought.

I'll get onto the other ones tomorrow. It took longer to get sorted when I got home than I expected.

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Hello Gab,

Ok here are my takes for the timing assignment. I decided to do both just for the hell of it wink.gif

https://soundcloud.com/gmcphil-1/acdc-timing-quarter-notes

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ May 10 2015, 04:18 PM) *
Hello Gab,

Ok here are my takes for the timing assignment. I decided to do both just for the hell of it wink.gif

https://soundcloud.com/gmcphil-1/acdc-timing-quarter-notes

https://soundcloud.com/gmcphil-1/acdc-timing-eighth-notes

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Hi Phil! You can check my feedback on this at the timing thread. It's better if you share our next takes at that thread to inspire more students to work on the assignments. smile.gif

QUOTE (Phil66 @ May 9 2015, 05:41 PM) *
Ok Gab,

Assignment 4 answers.

1: Perfect 5th ( D A )
2: Major 2nd ( G A )
3: Perfect 4th ( E A )
4: Octave ( G# G# )
5: Major 7th ( A# A )
6: Major 3rd ( C E )
7: Octave ( F F )
8: Perfect 4th ( G C )
9: Octave ( C C )
10:Major 6th ( E C# ) This one was really hard for my ears to find the 2nd note unsure.gif

They all seem right to me.

Do you think it would be good for you to keep the assignments to 10 examples and for the student to see how quickly they work them out? I was thinking it might show another area of improvement if they are solving the puzzles more quickly then they are finding the notes more quickly and/or remembering the interval names better rather than having to check the diagram. Just a thought.

I'll get onto the other ones tomorrow. It took longer to get sorted when I got home than I expected.

Cheers Gab, I've really missed this while I've been on holiday.



Hey Phil! Good job with the intervals! There is only 1 wrong. Could you please re-check them?

About keeping 10 examples, yes, I think that it's a good quantity, and your idea makes sense. The faster we recognize intervals the smoother the connection between mind and guitar will be... so it's good to be able to notice the improvement in this area too.




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Thanks Gab,

Here is my correction.

Number 4: Perfect 6th (B D#) Can't understand how I got octave, it doesn't sound anything like an octave laugh.gif rolleyes.gif laugh.gif .

I have posted my soundcloud for the timing assignment in the thread, I will carry on with that and not put them in here. Is that ok?
Can you explain the nearly 3 beats per bar please Gab?

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Exactly Phil! That was the wrong interval, good job. smile.gif

About triplets, please give a look at this thread and let me know if you have more questions: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=49011



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Thanks Gab,

I have looked at that thread, I now what triplets are now but I can't see me being able to do 8th note triplets, I will try to do 4th note triplets though.

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Ok! I want to hear it. smile.gif


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Posted in timing thread smile.gif

Working on new solo and FuManchu, there is a brick wall for me in that FuManchu piece but I am determined to break through it.

On the new solo, I'm struggling to get the tapped harmonics, I just get dead notes, any tips please Gab?

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Hi Phil, do you mean this technique?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Tapped-Harmonics/

Could you please try to learn the part 1 of that lesson and upload a video here? It doesn't care if you can't play the slides, I just want to hear you playing (or trying to play) the harmonics....


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