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post Feb 9 2015, 10:05 PM
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Original lesson: Neoclassical Solo For Beginners by Emir Hot

I know there are still some things to work on, but here we go.

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post Feb 11 2015, 07:44 PM
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Hi Cael! Great job with this one!

I don't think that this lesson needs more work from you. The only thing that could be more consistent is your vibrato technique, and as this lesson has many long notes it a good excuse to do it, so please focus on it if you decide to continue practicing this one. It's a good idea to play along with the original lesson to imitate Emir's vibrato and maybe incorporate a bit of his dynamics.

Besides that, your playing is good as well as your timing in the whole lesson.

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post Feb 12 2015, 08:50 PM
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Hey Benji!

Nothing else to add here bro - if indeed you want to use this one as a vibrato training exercise, it's cool, but otherwise, your chops can handle far more difficult stuff than this one wink.gif I can surely vouch for that!

All the best, mate!


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post Feb 13 2015, 03:17 PM
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Well played, again. Nothing much to add here apart from to point out a moment at 1:00. This hammer-on/pull-off lick possibly highlighted a weakness in your finger independence ? Or it might just have been a one-off.

The 3rd/4th finger separation issue is quite common so maybe something that gets those babies working harder is next on the agenda ! smile.gif

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