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post Jul 7 2017, 06:20 PM
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Hi Gab

I made a firts take of Ben's blues
I still have work to do on bend and tone.

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post Jul 9 2017, 05:29 PM
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Hi MisterM!

The lesson is sounding good. There are some elements that need attention that you surely notice or already commented in your post but I'll summarize here everything that comes to mind:

- Your tone has enough sustain and it's warm, I think that it's lacking some presence, and some more ambiance (rev or delay) to give it more life.

- Your bending work is not bad but it's true that it can be more consistent. You reach the right pitch most of the times, but sometimes you seem to "search" a bit for the note.

- I think that your vibrato is good, but sometimes it tends to appear to quickly and it makes the whole sound like nervous. Experiment letting some of the notes sound more before you start the vibrato.

- Finally, dynamics.


Ok mate, your playing is very good as always, work some more days with these elements in mind and you'll master this one.



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post Jul 10 2017, 06:34 AM
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QUOTE ("Gabriel Leopardi")
Hi MisterM!

The lesson is sounding good. There are some elements that need attention that you surely notice or already commented in your post but I'll summarize here everything that comes to mind:

- Your tone has enough sustain and it's warm, I think that it's lacking some presence, and some more ambiance (rev or delay) to give it more life.


Hi Gab

I bought yamaha THR10C. Actually, I use it as sound card with "Native Instrument guitar rig"
When I will back at home, I will use it with cubase with THR editor soft. I'll try to add a better effect

QUOTE ("Gabriel Leopardi")
- Your bending work is not bad but it's true that it can be more consistent. You reach the right pitch most of the times, but sometimes you seem to "search" a bit for the note.


Beyond the twelfth fret, it's difficult for me to reach the right pitch. I think because the lack of habit.

QUOTE ("Gabriel Leopardi")
- I think that your vibrato is good, but sometimes it tends to appear to quickly and it makes the whole sound like nervous. Experiment letting some of the notes sound more before you start the vibrato.


Rec after REC, The instructors often make this remark about my vibrato
I think have undestood their advices. It's difficult to apply but I work on every day.

QUOTE ("Gabriel Leopardi")
- Finally, dynamics.

Ok mate, your playing is very good as always, work some more days with these elements in mind and you'll master this one.


Ok, I play every day, thank for tips, I think make a video during August

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Everything sounds great MisterM! Keep going.


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Hi Gab

I continue my work about the ben's blues lesson.
I watched REC section, the student grec1 play vibrato less nervously, I try to play better like him

Also, I learn new lesson, Chromatic Fusion Licks



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Hi mate, that's a good take.

This lesson is sounding good at this tempo. Your hands look relaxed and comfortable with the licks, the bends and vibrato are sounding natural. Everything is on track. Good job!



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Hi Gab

Thank you

New take 90% speed
I think post 100% speed in a few days



About Ben's Blues -
It is difficult to progress, I have a break I shall work the lesson by a few months

I continue everyday exercises A/P, Sweeping
Also, Motown Funk Brother and Sweet home Alabama,

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Hi MisterM! You look comfortable at this tempo. I think that you are ready to start working at 100%, what do you think?



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Hi Gab

Yesterday, I worked 100% speed
I played chromatic exercises and I feels better the lesson, it is easier to play

This morning I made a take.
What do you think about it ? REC Section OK ?



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Hi MisterM! This sounds great. I've watched your solo many times and I don't note any relevant issue on this new video. You should definitely go for REC to see if other instructors have anything else to add to what I usually tell you about dynamics and groove. However, this one is good even on those things.

As this lesson incorporates some improvisation techniques, I think that it's a good idea to try to apply these concepts to your own playing, so I recommend you to use the backing to build your own ideas based on variations of these licks at first. I would like to see a vid of you doing it, what do you think?



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Hi Gab

Ok for REC Section
I'll try to improvise on this one.

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Hi Gab,

I try for 7 days to work on the improvisation " BT Chromatic fusion Licks "

To create his own licks is not an easy thing with this music style.
I play 15 mn everyday on this BT, I move forward slowly, I am proud of what I made,
some more of work before posting a take



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Hi MisterM! That sounds great! I'm back. What are the news?


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Hi Gab,

I worked little every day to create my own phrasings.
I set a goal of 1 mn.

I did not play so much chromaticism as Stéphane.
I can again work to be more tightened on some licks but it is hard.

What do you think about it?
My ear became used to the dissonances.




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I think that this is brilliant man! You are doing a great job over this backing. I like the note choices at every moment, and the way you manage phrases and silence. This is the type of work that you need to do diary to develop your voice on guitar. The secret is to keep on incorporating elements and concepts into your playing, as chromatism in this one.


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Thank Gab

I 'll try again on other futur lessons.
I work neoclassical lesson : Triplet etude

It's very hard but very interesting about sweeping and alternate picking
Maybe a 1rst take in a few weeks, maybe more. I think that the speed will be an obstacle.



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Good choice MisterM! Looking forward your take!



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I have a lot of work,
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That's sounding really well! I don't note any issue on this video. Your playing is tight, clean and smooth. Congrats mate.


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