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post Dec 17 2015, 07:22 PM
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Original lesson: Alternate Picking Workout #3 by Darius Wave

i know its not good enough but i thought i post already so you guys see the progress. grtzz tim

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post Dec 18 2015, 02:29 PM
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Hi tim!

I have to say that this lesson is a great choice for you. You are not still comfortable with this tempo. The problems that you are having are:

- hands sync issue
- timing issues
- unclean sections

How to fix this? Working at a more comfortable tempo that allows you to play clean, tight and with both hands in sync. Find this tempo, and then increase it by 3/5 bpm. As soon as you feel comfortable with the new tempo you can increase it again.

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post Dec 19 2015, 01:25 PM
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Hey Tim! It's a pleasure to listen to a take over one of my most recent lessons smile.gif

You've mastered the basis but as Gab pointed there is some work to be done for overall precision of your performance. I think some moments are twice as hard because the have the "little uncomfortable fingers layout" factor. You need to really focus to keep each finger thorugh all it's ringin time assigned and move them at the very last possible moment. Hand sync is the most visible issue here

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post Dec 22 2015, 01:24 PM
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Hi Tim, Merry Xmas man!

Your picking hand itself looks good and you seem to have the timing and alternate technique working well. Your fretting hand is struggling to keep up with the pace at this tempo so, as the guys suggested, just bring it down so you can play everything cleanly.

As Darius pointed out, you move your fingers off the notes in a rushed manner as your hand span isn't very wide at the moment. So that forces you to shift your entire hand in order for your fingers to reach the other notes.

Play it all at a slower tempo and focus on using the span of your fretting hand to its full potential. It will make your fingers get used to stretching further and will reduce the amount of wasted movement in future. Keep up the good work!

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