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Hi Anese! Great to find this video!

There are many positive things to say about your playing for example the good job with bending, the cleanness of your phrasing and with your tone. So I think that this take would pass at the REC section.

However, I also think that there is more work to do with this one in order to adjust timing which is a bit irregular, and tend to be before the beat here and there. It's time put all your focus on going better with the groove of the track. It's not an easy work with blues playing since the phrases include many different note values and duration.

There is also room to work on dynamics but this should be one after adjusting timing.

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Hi Gabby
Thanks for your notes, I'll post this take in the REC room and get more feedback.
I'll focous more on timing and try replicate the dynamics from the original lesson.
Hopefully I'll post a new take by Friday and see if things get better, otherwise we have to
Move forward.
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Hi Anese, that sounds good!


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Sep 25 2017, 02:39 PM) *
Hi Anese, that sounds good!


Hello Gabby
Sorry for posting this a little late, I hope that
I fixed the timing issue at least.
Have a listen and let me know what you think.
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Hi Anese!

Yes, timing is better on this one! There are just a few moments where you could play with more groove, for example, at 00:12, 00:16 and 00:34, but the overall is much better! There are also some bends that are not perfect (but not bad!) for example the one at 00:24.

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Hello Gabby
I recorded another take last night
Check it out, and let me know what you think.

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Hi Anese,

I can say that many parts are sounding smoother on this new take. The next step is to polish details regarding bending pitches and timing. I note that many bends are close but not perfect (most of them are on the same times that I've commented before), do you identify them?

There are also some parts in which the rhythm is slightly different compared with the original lesson.

I recommend you two things.

1. Play the lesson along with the original lesson to imitate rhythm and pitches.
2. Isolate bends and trickier parts to polish details.



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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 5 2017, 10:30 PM) *
Hi Anese,

I can say that many parts are sounding smoother on this new take. The next step is to polish details regarding bending pitches and timing. I note that many bends are close but not perfect (most of them are on the same times that I've commented before), do you identify them?

There are also some parts in which the rhythm is slightly different compared with the original lesson.

I recommend you two things.

1. Play the lesson along with the original lesson to imitate rhythm and pitches.
2. Isolate bends and trickier parts to polish details.


OK Gabby got ya

Can you please tag the times where I need to work on rhythm pitch ?
for example 0:22 pitch, 0:12 rhythm or timing

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Sure!

Pitch: 00:11, 00:23, 00:29 to 00:31, 00:38
Rhythm: 00:11, 00:25, 00:28 to 00:31, 00:42



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