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> Take 2: David Gilmour Style Lesson, Lesson By David Wallimann
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post Apr 21 2015, 08:29 PM
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Original lesson: David Gilmour Style Lesson by David Wallimann

Take 2 of this lesson, this time with a beer :-)

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post Apr 22 2015, 01:18 AM
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Hi again mate!

My comments on the other lesson (beyond blues) can be applicable here but we must add bending. I notice that your bending is not precise on this take, there are many that are very close, but not totally there, so pay more attention to the pitches, as well as your timing.

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post Apr 22 2015, 04:26 PM
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Probably most distractive thing here is a pitch of Your bends. Dynamics are a matter of taste - You can control Your tone and squeeze that softnes out of Your guitar. Maybe a little luck of sharpness (stronger piking, more contrast to softly played notes) would make a good deal here but I can't say it sounds bad the way it's now. As for the bends try to review some bend lessons and tips on both - Lessons data base and archive forum topics at GMC. There are several ways to practice this smile.gif

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post Apr 27 2015, 09:05 AM
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Hi man, this is a definite improvement over your previous take. I know the guys have singled out your bending but I think your bending here is much better than the first take you did. It's more confident and you're generally more accurate with the pitch than before. Well done with that. Keep going with bending practise because you'll be able to add more vibrato to it eventually and really get those Gilmour bends happening. Just remember what I said on the previous video about adding vibrato to bends... make sure the note returns the pitch in between the vibrato bits.

There's a few moments where your timing isn't as tight as it could be through the pentatonic runs. They rush in front of the beat just slightly like at 0:45 and 0:54 so just be careful of going too fast during those little runs.

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