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> Gary Moore meets Peter Green, Lesson By Guido Bungenstock
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post Dec 26 2015, 09:28 PM
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Original lesson: Gary Moore meets Peter Green by Guido Bungenstock

I've been working this lesson to continue focus on my bending and vibrato. There's still work to be done, but I think it's coming along nicely. Thanks for the feedback and happy holidays!

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post Dec 28 2015, 03:30 AM
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Hi mate, good job!

Your take sounds very good. There are not relevant issues to mark or improve, your playing is consistent and precise. The only detail that I could comment here is that your vibrato could be wider in some cases, as this is a Gary Moore Style lesson. If you'd like to emulate his phrasing, you'll have to get inspired by Guido's vibrato on this lesson.

Other than that this is a great take, keep on rocking!

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post Dec 28 2015, 09:50 PM
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Well done man! Vey good, sensitive touch to this tune. You definitely" got the blues for us" smile.gif
Nothing serious to point out here. Just a few random spots where bending pitch could be more precise but it does not affect overall performance that much. So in a few words....great job!

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post Dec 31 2015, 08:07 PM
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Hi man. Really digging your tone here - very tasteful!

On every version I've seen of this lesson, nobody ever seems to notice that sequence of two different intervals that should be at 0:15. You're playing the same interval twice there but it should be a shift to a different one.

Bending and control are all really good. I feel that you can be a bit too straight with your timing. Blues should be a lot looser so allow for phrases that suddenly quicken or change pace rather than sticking to the same tempo.

Other than that, very very good. Happy new year!

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