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post Jul 28 2016, 07:08 PM
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Hi Gab

Today it's better, I feel the beat day after day.
I continue other lessons, I'll make a rec, funk solo and rythm, skipping string, malmsteen made easy, when i'll be back





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Ok mate! I'll wait for it! smile.gif


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Hi Gab

I work every day on string skipping's lesson
What do you think about it ?





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post Aug 10 2016, 09:35 PM
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Hi mate, great to see that you keep on working hard!

The lesson sounds good. There are some details to adjust but the overall sounds great. You are on the right track with this one, and everything you've been submitting!


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Hi Gab

I continue my work on String Skipping. This is better but palm mute are difficult

I posted on REC Section Gary Moore Meets Peter Green




QUOTE (MisterM @ Jul 27 2016, 01:36 PM) *
Thank Gab

I'll work when I'll be back at my home with classic guitar.

Behind lessons, I work Gary Moore Peter Green by Guido

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Hi MisterM! That take is perfect! I love your tone, and performance on this one. Everything sounds so tasty, and enjoyable that I had to watch it 3 times. smile.gif

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Thank you very much 10/10 yeeeeeessssssss !
GMC asks for the rigor, I try to be equal.
Your advice is precious and I work above every day

Here are the apprenticed lessons
Tomorrow I'll try to make a video, they are almost ready

- Winter Wonderland
- String Skipping melodies
- Malmsteen made easy

I stop working funk's lessons,
I have difficulty with my progress.
I think of learning them again in a 1 or 2 months not to be dripped

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Congrats on your great job mate! Those lessons are good choices. Keep on the hard work!



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Hi Gab,

I post in REC Section,

QUOTE ("Message Rec Section")
Hi Gab, Darius, Ben Kristopher and all GMCer
I work this lesson since several months with a metronome.
I use Fretwraps because have a lot of difficulty with the palm mute

During my trainings I play with fretwraps and sometimes without it.
I don't master some slide sequences with the palm mute - The noise is unpleasant.

I know that I have to work still, but I want to learn another lesson

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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jun 24 2016, 04:28 PM) *
Hi Gab


Also, I work since one month this lesson : String Skipping melodie

A little bit every day, because it's too much notes for my memory.
I must work on palm muting and timing

I play two time,

- First without FretWraps
- 2d with FretWraps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86gW1t3Owi4


QUOTE (MisterM @ Aug 10 2016, 09:18 AM) *
Hi Gab

I work every day on string skipping's lesson
What do you think about it ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoKPq019giA




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Hi mate! I've just commented your take at REC! Check it out!



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Hi Gab

Thank you for rank.
I've grown weary of this lesson... I have too much played it


Here my present work

Alternate picking Thirds
one week of pratice, I can play full BPM
I work several lines at 60/70/80 BPM to improve it


Melodic Bluesy Phrasing
this lesson is a crush, dynamic is wonderfull
2 days of practice with my telecaster, I think of having found a good tone
I play 80 % speed the half of piece

I work "flying to the moon". I made a BT with chord and drum.
I jam with the arpeggios, I try to understand how it build, it's very interesting

I'll try to make a REC the next week of 3 pieces

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Those lessons are totally great choices! I specially love that new lesson by Chris. It's pure magic.

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Hi Gab

I post my first take : Melodic Bluesy Phrasing.

It's not very good. I shall work.

My opinion :
- I am nervous on the video - It shows that the lesson is not comfortable.

- I am not still in the beat.

- My legato is not rather smooth.

- My Tone is bad

I have to work again



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Hi MisterM! Great to see you working on this one.

I have to agree with your analysis about this first take. I don't think that it's dramatic, but I feel that each of those elements have room for improvements. It's just a matter of time to get more comfortable with the faster legato runs, and with most of those licks in order to adjust timing, and the consistence of your bending and vibrato.

Regarding your tone, it's not bad, but I would make it sound a bit warmer. It would fit better for this backing


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Hi Gab

I post my work on Alernate Picking Thirds and Melodic Bluesy Phrasing
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Hi MisterM! Good videos!

Your job is very good on both of them. The alternate picking lesson sounds sounds tight at this tempo. You still need more time to feel more comfortable and to be able to increase it but you are on the right track. Just one detail, I recommend you to try to hold the pick more with the tip of your right hand's thumb. It will give you more precision.

About the other lesson, wou! awesome job! I just find some very little timing issues on it. You tend to rush some phrases, but not too much.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Sep 15 2016, 01:44 PM) *
Hi MisterM! Good videos!

Your job is very good on both of them. The alternate picking lesson sounds sounds tight at this tempo. You still need more time to feel more comfortable and to be able to increase it but you are on the right track. Just one detail, I recommend you to try to hold the pick more with the tip of your right hand's thumb. It will give you more precision.


Hi Gab

New take... I tried to hold the pick more with the tip of my right hand's thumb but the bad habits return
I looked at the statistic take of the other members GMCer- I think of posting mine in the rec section ?
What do you think about it ?





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About the other lesson, wou! awesome job! I just find some very little timing issues on it. You tend to rush some phrases, but not too much.

Well done!


New take 18 days of work
I feel bad my tone, it's difficult to imitate the Chris's tone and feeling.
What do you think about it ?




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Hi MisterM!

These are two killer takes! I've watched both twice to find any relevant issues to mark and honestly I didn't find. Your takes are flawless man, you've done a great job with both lessons.

I think that you just could watch again Chris's original lesson to see if you can incorporate any more expressing details.

You are ready to share these ones at REC and work on new lessons.


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Hi Gab

New Take on Worskshop
I hope that you feel good my work



I work walking by myself
solo is difficult but i like to play it
I work, I'll make a new take few weeks
What dou you think about it ?



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Hi MisterM, as always your videos are Great! Your playing on bluesy phrasing is very tasty and the feeling is very enjoyable. The cover also sounds good, I don't find parts that are played wrong, your technique is precise. The only thing that I feel is that it could have more energy, more dynamics, but mostly stronger picking on the rhythm parts, as well as the leads. This SRV guitar style sounds great with exaggerated dynamics.

Other than that, this is brilliant, congrats!


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