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post Nov 3 2016, 01:39 PM
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Thanks Gab,
I have spent so much time on it. I will send to REC.
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Hi Gab,
I have been working recently on Beginners soloing lesson, please can you check it?

https://soundcloud.com/petr-14/bs-20161207

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Hi Petr! This is on the right track. There are many things to adjust, but many things that are sounding good! Here are some elements to have in mind during the next days of practice:

- There are some bends that are not reaching the right pitch. On the other hand, there are many of them that are sounding perfect, so this is not a general thing, just a 30% of the bends need adjustment.

- The same thing happens with timing, there are some specific moments in which your timing is not precise (for example at 00:33 / 00:53), while it's good in most of the lesson. However, I also hear details to fix regarding timing in many parts so it's one of the elements that needs more work.

- The natural harmonics are not sounding clean.

- There are some unwanted noises in two parts. It seems that you pick strings that shouldn't be played.


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Hi Gab,
I have been on this lesson for ages, please can you check if this take



is any better than my previous REC one?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...mp;#entry742232

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Hi Petr,

I compared both takes. There some little improvement regarding how fluently the licks sound in the newest video. I can notice that you are a bit more comfortable with some of the most melodic licks, however the things that showed problems, still have problems on this new take.

It's been 2 months since the previous take so I'd like to know how much time per day you've worked on this one, and how you organised your practice, in order to help you to plan the next guitar sessions, even if we decide to go for a new lesson.



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Hi Gab,

I would say I spent about 15 minutes a day on it for a month, but prior the recording it was at least 2 hours.

My current practice is about a hour to 1.5 hour a day, usually
- improvisation , 15 min
- Orion solo https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Metall...ion-First-Solo/ , 15 min
- RHCP Californication , 15 min
- SOAD Aerials , 15 min
- returning to songs I tried in the past without solos (Crazy train, The Hunt, Crystal Mountain, Orion riff)

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Hi Petr,

It's good to see that your routine puts you on a real band situation and it's based on songs, and improvisation. As you also want to adjust your lead guitar playing, I think that dedicating some blocks to technique could be a good idea.


The techniques that need work are:

- Bending
- Vibrato
- Alternate Picking
- Legato


I think that you can group this in two: bending + vibrato, AP ´+ Legato and dedicate 15/20 minutes to each block.



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Hi Gab,
please can you check another take?



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Hi Petr, I can see improvement on this take. The next step should be to try to be able to play the whole thing more relaxed so this will make you play the parts with more groove and dynamics.

The techniques and elements that needed work are getting better, so you are going on the right direction.


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