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Hi Chris! Welcome to our thread for Gab's Army. Here I will help you to design guitar plans and routines based on your guitar goals and musical tastes. We have been talking via PM and we both agree that there are two main goals to achieve:

- Polish and improve technique.
- Develop your creativity and improvisation skills.


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On the technique side, we will start with a routine that covers two techniques: Alternate Picking and Legato.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Altern...king-Workout-2/
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note: you can change these lesson by others that are more suitable for your current level if you don't feel comfortable. Just let me know and we can choose together.


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About improvisation, let's follow the order of my course even knowing that you already have some previous knowldge. We will start with MAjor scale. Replay the video chat in which I explained Week#1, learn the different positions and exercises. Link HERE.

To complement this work, choose a GMC lesson that includes licks using major scale that you like, learn the lesson, learn each lick, practice it over the backing, and then, create variations of the licks, and combine them with some of your own phrases and licks. Record your improvisations with variations of the licks and some other licks and ideas and share it here.






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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 2 2015, 04:55 PM) *
Hi Chris! Welcome to our thread for Gab's Army. Here I will help you to design guitar plans and routines based on your guitar goals and musical tastes. We have been talking via PM and we both agree that there are two main goals to achieve:

- Polish and improve technique.
- Develop your creativity and improvisation skills.


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On the technique side, we will start with a routine that covers two techniques: Alternate Picking and Legato.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Altern...king-Workout-2/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bens-Land-Of-Legato/

note: you can change these lesson by others that are more suitable for your current level if you don't feel comfortable. Just let me know and we can choose together.


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About improvisation, let's follow the order of my course even knowing that you already have some previous knowldge. We will start with MAjor scale. Replay the video chat in which I explained Week#1, learn the different positions and exercises. Link HERE.

To complement this work, choose a GMC lesson that includes licks using major scale that you like, learn the lesson, learn each lick, practice it over the backing, and then, create variations of the licks, and combine them with some of your own phrases and licks. Record your improvisations with variations of the licks and some other licks and ideas and share it here.



Hello Gab!!

I'm going to see all of these in the next few days!!

About the GMC lesson that includes major scale,I think I could go with my top favorite ---> https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Instru...With-Melody-II/

Though it's one of my favorites I haven't learned it yet because I don't have a whammy bar! But I think I could give it a try even without it biggrin.gif
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QUOTE (SubbedChris @ Mar 2 2015, 06:04 PM) *
Hello Gab!!

I'm going to see all of these in the next few days!!

About the GMC lesson that includes major scale,I think I could go with my top favorite ---> https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Instru...With-Melody-II/

Though it's one of my favorites I haven't learned it yet because I don't have a whammy bar! But I think I could give it a try even without it biggrin.gif



Great choice! Yes, don't worry about whammy bar, we will focus on licks to develop your phrasing. Let's go for this one. smile.gif

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 3 2015, 01:12 PM) *
Great choice! Yes, don't worry about whammy bar, we will focus on licks to develop your phrasing. Let's go for this one. smile.gif

Please keep me updated of your progress.



I recorded the lesson and saw week's #1 notes!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG_iven68gM...eature=youtu.be

Going to record the rest now!
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Killer work with this lesson! It would be a a great workout to now start creating variations of this solo and combine it with your phrasing. Take some time to play along with the backing and trying to make this licks of your own.


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Here is the alternate workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5ct6xU0bRo...eature=youtu.be



There are some mistakes because I haven't recorded more than once. I just posted it for you to see my technique. I think I could go for a little faster lesson than this!




As far as legato lesson is concerned I have some issues. The reason I stopped electric guitar 1,5 year ago and strived for acoustic guitar is my tone. I have such a terrible tone! The thing is I have so SO little sustain! That means I can't hold a long note without picking the string. This is very bad for my legato or for letting long notes ring. And this lesson has legato in which you pick the string after 1,5-2 seconds,time where the sound starts fading. Even with full distortion I have this problem. I don't know what's the fault. Either the guitar or the soundcard,both are very cheap. Anyway,I'll give it a try though,you will notice it.

I'll prepare the impro part too!
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Hi mate! Your take on the alternate workout is brilliant! Great job! There is nothing to fix on this lesson, we can more for a trickier lesson now. Please check the archive and let me know if you find something that you like at a higher level, if not I have some suggestions. wink.gif

That issue with sustain is weird. The first thing that comes to mind is that you are using a "noise gate" that is set with a high threshold. Is this possible? What set up are you using for your sound?


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 10 2015, 02:56 PM) *
Hi mate! Your take on the alternate workout is brilliant! Great job! There is nothing to fix on this lesson, we can more for a trickier lesson now. Please check the archive and let me know if you find something that you like at a higher level, if not I have some suggestions. wink.gif

That issue with sustain is weird. The first thing that comes to mind is that you are using a "noise gate" that is set with a high threshold. Is this possible? What set up are you using for your sound?


I just saw this lesson! https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Altern...king-Workout-1/

Maaan, I really suck at alternate picking biggrin.gif I can't get past the triplets let alone the sixteenth notes! tongue.gif This should get the next 2-3 months of my life! I'm gonna try this! Question...I think pick matters for speed right? This is the one I generally use..

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About the setup,yes you are right...

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That's the setup I use for almost all lessons.I have lots of threshold cause there's lot of noise. But if I lower gain or distortion and threshold,it is the same thing :\

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I think that the lesson is a bit tricky in the last section so I think that it would be good to go for another lesson first. Maybe one of these:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...picking-thirds/


The pick thickness is not bad but I prefer thicker ones for shredding to be able to achieve a more consistent picking. I think that 1.00 or even 1.5 mm can work. This also depends on the strings gauge that you are using. From my opinion the thicker your strings are the thinner should be the pick choice. If you use 0.12 or 0.13, I think that you current pick is ok but if you use thinner strings like 010, I would go for a thicker pick.


About your tone. It's not normal to have that noise. It should be a problem with your guitar pick ups, input or cable. Have you checked using another guitar?



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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 10 2015, 04:25 PM) *
I think that the lesson is a bit tricky in the last section so I think that it would be good to go for another lesson first. Maybe one of these:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...picking-thirds/


The pick thickness is not bad but I prefer thicker ones for shredding to be able to achieve a more consistent picking. I think that 1.00 or even 1.5 mm can work. This also depends on the strings gauge that you are using. From my opinion the thicker your strings are the thinner should be the pick choice. If you use 0.12 or 0.13, I think that you current pick is ok but if you use thinner strings like 010, I would go for a thicker pick.


About your tone. It's not normal to have that noise. It should be a problem with your guitar pick ups, input or cable. Have you checked using another guitar?


I'm quite familiar with the second lesson from the past,I'll probably do a refresh and record it tomorrow!


Isn't it quite normal to have unwanted noise when you have distortion? I'll try to experiment though with what you said by putting a lot less threshold and different settings on the Amp Sim and Screamer! Haven't tried another guitar sadly..I have to ask a friend nowadays to come over.
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Yeahh,tone is a really big problem for me. I'm tired of this,can't get a decent sound. Tried to play around with threshold and gain settings and accidentally deleted my old setup. It wasn't much better,but still better than this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQDTwODv4-U...eature=youtu.be

Messed up a little on sync too! tongue.gif

Anyway,have to get some new equipment when the time comes...gonna attempt the second alternate picking lesson now!

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Hi Chris! Great job with this new alternate picking lesson! Your technique is consistent at this tempo so we can continue with this journey.

What about this lesson?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/


Also, I was wondering what about your improvisations? Have you tried anything over the backing from the lesson you've worked? If not, I was thinking that you could use the backing of a lesson in Major key and record some improvisations to let me check it and give feedback to help you to master major scale and then be able to continue with the improvisation course.

This lesson has a cool backing: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ermediate-solo/

What do you think?



And about the tone, trust me that this is not normal, there must be a problem with a cable, jack or pick up, it's not related with settings. You should try to find out the issue since it's not nice to have that amount of noise.


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 11 2015, 01:10 PM) *
Hi Chris! Great job with this new alternate picking lesson! Your technique is consistent at this tempo so we can continue with this journey.

What about this lesson?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ernate-workout/


Also, I was wondering what about your improvisations? Have you tried anything over the backing from the lesson you've worked? If not, I was thinking that you could use the backing of a lesson in Major key and record some improvisations to let me check it and give feedback to help you to master major scale and then be able to continue with the improvisation course.

This lesson has a cool backing: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ermediate-solo/

What do you think?



And about the tone, trust me that this is not normal, there must be a problem with a cable, jack or pick up, it's not related with settings. You should try to find out the issue since it's not nice to have that amount of noise.




Yeah,that was the lesson I was going to start,it seems a little more challenging than the previous one,will be great practice!


That's a very slow backing track..it's very nice but I think I'm gonna mess it up because longer notes are fading as I have already told you tongue.gif I'm gonna give it a try though.

Can you define what you mean by noise? You mean the noise I mentioned when I have lower threshold? Or you can actually hear that noise in the above takes?


And like you said,there actually should be something wrong. Four days ago,I was playing around with tone and found something really great which reminded me of Mark Knopfler. That's when I decided I should learn and record the Mark Knopfler lesson. I think the tone I had in that take was great and received good feedback even if it was different to Muris's sound. I saved it but the next day,the tone of that setting was nothing like the day before sad.gif It was so harsh and noisy.


I could take the guitar for repair but I'm thinking of this...can this guitar get a great sound? I'ts a really cheap 250$ Epiphone through a 80$ Marshall MG10 amp and through a 120$ POD Farm Studio UX1 soundcard. Maybe it's time to get money for new equipment? Or should I give 50-70$ for a repair at a guitar store? And if I am to buy something new...what should I buy? :\ Guitar? Amp? Sound card? A guitar or effect pedal? I'm so confused...I was thinking to start electric guitar again having in mind that I can improve and be able to play a lot better when I can actually afford new equipment. But it's so painful,because I play around with tone and end up to something as bad EVERYDAY. I don't think I'll stop electric guitar again but if I had a more professional tone everything would be easier and even more importantly,100x times more exciting and fun smile.gif

Sorry for that long post,had a lot in mind and wanted to share

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Well, I don't hear noise in your videos but I imagine that it's there because of the sustain and noise gate issue that you are having. Before you do some kind of investment, I think that it would be good to try your guitar without the amp, just connected to you computer and using some virtual amps. Please check the audio part of this video:




and also take a look at this thread:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=52512


Download those plug ins and try them. I feel that connecting your guitar to the amp, then to the pod can be part of the problem so let's keep if simple and let me know what happens.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 12 2015, 01:24 PM) *
Well, I don't hear noise in your videos but I imagine that it's there because of the sustain and noise gate issue that you are having. Before you do some kind of investment, I think that it would be good to try your guitar without the amp, just connected to you computer and using some virtual amps. Please check the audio part of this video:




and also take a look at this thread:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=52512


Download those plug ins and try them. I feel that connecting your guitar to the amp, then to the pod can be part of the problem so let's keep if simple and let me know what happens.

Any question?



Ok cool I got it to work... I don't know yet if it sounds better than POD Farm but I have some problems to solve before I try some tones.


1)I hear the sound on my headphones a little later than I play it.Like 0.2 seconds later. I really have to fix that before I proceed with the tones.

2)When I record something with reverb using Amplitube (any plugin actually) and Reaper,the reverb goes on when I stop the track tongue.gif It's kinda funny,I play what I recorded and when I stop it,the sound goes on! I haven't seen delay yet but I guess it might be the same,dunno why's that happening.



The video you have posted on that other thread describe as an example two plugins.These plugins (Kefir and Legion) dont have reverb,delay,noise gate or these kind of settings right? I'ts expected that I use more plugins to have these effects?




EDIT:Now I actually think both of these problems are result of Amplitube...there's no delay with the rest of the plugins and no reverb after recording....

EDIT2:Daaamn,I really don't know about the delay on the headphones biggrin.gif I think there is on all of the plugins but I'not sure either tongue.gif Gonna search it more

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Hi mate, great to know that you are trying to solve this issues. The Poulin and Kefir are only for the guitar tone, the first one is for the amp head and the second the cabinet. If you want more effects you have to use other plug ins. There are full suites like Amplitube... you said that you are currently using Amplitube? Why don't you try using only this one without Marshall?

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Mar 14 2015, 04:04 PM) *
Hi mate, great to know that you are trying to solve this issues. The Poulin and Kefir are only for the guitar tone, the first one is for the amp head and the second the cabinet. If you want more effects you have to use other plug ins. There are full suites like Amplitube... you said that you are currently using Amplitube? Why don't you try using only this one without Marshall?

About the delay that appears, are you talking about latency or delay effect?


I'm still using the POD Farm because I haven't solved the ''latency'' issue.Yeah,it's latency not delay,I just hear what I play after a very little while,which is very annoying so I can't search for any tones. I didn't also get what you meant by ''Why don't you try using only this one without Marshall?''!


Actually,your advice helped me improve my tone with POD Farm. What I did before was to have Drive,Gain and Threshold settings by Noise Gate,Screamer and amp at very high levels (almost max). I have now lowered them all and notice that I have the same distortion and much better sustain and dynamics (much better muting too). It could be even better probably,it seems I don't know how to adjust all these settings. Also,I dont use EQ at all because I don't know how sad.gif It could make my tone better right? Anyway,if I solve the latency issue I will try searching tones on the plugins.



About the lesson ''Alternate Workout'' it's the most difficult lesson I have tried till now. For me at least. I can only make it to 100 bpm and barely 110. It will be a long time when I reach 130. Have to practice this more!!

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Ah ok, so you mean latency. I don't think that your tone is bad, it needs the sustain tweak and maybe some little EQ adjustment to sound warmer but it's close to be really enjoyable. It's weird that you are having latency but my question is, have you tried Asio4all driver?



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Ah ok, so you mean latency. I don't think that your tone is bad, it needs the sustain tweak and maybe some little EQ adjustment to sound warmer but it's close to be really enjoyable. It's weird that you are having latency but my question is, have you tried Asio4all driver?



I spent sooo much time into this and got nothing :\ It seems I was using Asio UX1 driver,which is for the soundcard I use.You see,I dont have any speakers and can't afford some at the moment,so the way I get my sound is through the soundcard and the amp. So amp is my speakers. That means when I choose Asio4all driver at Reaper I can't use the soundcard's driver so I can't hear anything.And I didn't got it to work either :\ What I could do,is go to the settings of the Asio UX1 driver and try some buffer and latency adjustments to see if I can solve it. Problem is the computer crashes all day and I get the blue screen almost all time tongue.gif I haven't managed tochange the latency settings on the Asio UX1 driver so far but I keep trying.


I lost so much time on this though and I'm not really good with computers and programming sad.gif Could we try to improve my tone through the POD Farm somehow for now? I feel like the tone is getting better smile.gif Can I somehow learn how to use EQ?

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Hi Chris. Well latency settings require that you set your buffering to 128 or maybe 256 to avoid latency. However, this requires more use of your CPU so if your cpu is not powerful enough, you have those crashes that you said.

Could you please share with me a print screen with the settings used on that amp, and also the tube screamer and record a short audio with both a lick and a riff playing with all effect off (reverb and delay)?


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