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> Take 3: Classic Punk: Sex Pistols, Lesson By Gabriel Leopardi
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post Jul 24 2015, 03:47 PM
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Original lesson: Classic Punk: Sex Pistols by Gabriel Leopardi

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post Jul 24 2015, 06:39 PM
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Hi man this is loads better. As always, your timing is really good and this time you've got much better tuning. Well done for sorting out that problem.

Two areas I think can be improved are:

-Moving from chord to chord. Your doing everything in time and there's nothing wrong with your chord shifting but it still sounds very intermediate at the moment, ok? It will take a while before the movement between chords is more natural so this is a question of time.. it will just get better naturally.

-Your strumming hand, which is better than before but still could be more relaxed. Look at the way your play those final strums right at the end. See how relaxed your wrist is? Try to get closer to that when you're playing the rest of the song and you'll improve.

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post Jul 25 2015, 04:57 PM
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Hi mate!

Great to see this one again here and sounding much better thanks to your hard work done at the mentoring program! As I said previously both your tuning and timing are good on this one and what you still need is to continue playing this one to feel more comfortable to be able to play everything more relaxed, and as Ben said, to make the changes sound smoother.

Keep on the great job!

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post Jul 26 2015, 04:44 PM
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Hi Anese! every single take of yours sounds better and better. It is still sor of "intermediate"- like Ben said, but some issues has been fixed for sure. For me it's still not enough wrist rotation (instead of using forearm) in your strumming motion. From the good things we have better timming to cinsider and a fixed tuning. Well done smile.gif

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