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post Jun 5 2016, 09:45 AM
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Hey man,

i will work on all the details you send me about the Santana style lesson.
Ben adviced a lesson for 3 string notes to practice to daily routine.

Should i learn that lesson and praticie it every day for 5 a 10 minutes for hand speed?

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post Jun 5 2016, 06:05 PM
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Hi mate, how is your current diary plan? what do you practice and how much time?



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post Jun 6 2016, 03:41 PM
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Hey man,

It depends because i havent time to play every day.
Most of the time i start to practice the songs i play with my band.
Then i practice the lessons of gmc. And then if i have time left i watch the improvisation course and practice it.
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post Jun 7 2016, 01:33 AM
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Ok, sounds good! I think that it's ok to dedicate some time of your practice time to that lesson suggested by Ben.


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post Jun 7 2016, 04:32 PM
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Allright man in will soon start with it.
I practice the licks of the santana style with metronome and its getting better.
I noticed that on some licks i had to chance the picking direction
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Great to know that you've started. Could you please be more detailed about the picking direction changes?



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post Jun 9 2016, 09:11 AM
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There was a lick when I started with an upstroke after the bend and continued with alternate picking.
Now I start the lick with a down stroke and continued alternate picking. I noticed that it fits better then
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Ah yeah, that's ok! wink.gif


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Hey man.

I know all lessons now and keep on practicing them.
I think i Will record some toDay.
Do you also have 2 New lessons. I Will have some more time from now because i learned the songs for my band.

And thanks for all your help. I noticed that things beCome better from the moment you helped me.

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Hey man.

I know all lessons now and keep on practicing them.
I think i Will record some toDay.
Do you also have 2 New lessons. I Will have some more time from now because i learned the songs for my band.

And thanks for all your help. I noticed that thanks beCome better from the moment you helped me.

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Hey man also posted another santana in the Rec zone.

I think i did a really great Job.
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Great mate! I'll check your take at REC. This is my suggestion to continue:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Blues-Comping/


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jun 13 2016, 03:58 PM) *
Great mate! I'll check your take at REC. This is my suggestion to continue:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Blues-Comping/



Hey man,

its a very nice blues lesson and i will go for it.
\do you think i have to record it in 2 parts or 1?
Because the firts part is warm and full and without gain.
The second part (the solo) is much brighter with more high and more gain.
or should i expiriment with my pick up and volume control?

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Both options are ok! Experimenting with guitar controls can be really helpful.


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Hey man,

there are some lessons which i want to play in the future, i hope we can work to this lessons because now i think they are to difficult.
these are the lessons:
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Jimi-H...x-Rhythm-Style/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Soloin...-A-Rock-Ballad/

And also the funk workout from Diego Budicin but we are already working onto that lesson smile.gif

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Diego's lessons are great! Let's save these ones for the near future, I'm sure that you'll be able to play them if you keep on the hard work as you usually do... wink.gif


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Yes man in keep on the hard work.
But then you maybe know better which lessons to choose to achieve the level and techniques i need for those lessons
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Sure!

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-gu...x-style-lesson/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/The_tasty_etude/


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Hey man.

I don't like the taste etude that much. Can i play the b minor ballad solo from emir instead? Really like that one.

I practice the rhythm funk for a few weeks now so i think that this week in will record it.
I am also practicing the blues comping and get the feel of that lesson.
I also know the hendrix rhythm so will practice it till it goes fluently.
I am also almost ready with the improvisation course major arpeggios. I can play the backing track almost with the arpeggios over the whole neck so soon i Will record it and move on.

SO you see i stay buisy. And then if its ok i start the b minor ballad smile.gif

I keep rocking man.

Thanks for all help.

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Great! Sure, you can work on that lesson instead of the Tasty etude. Go for it! wink.gif


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Hey man here my first take of this lesson.
I noticed that im behaind the beat sometimes. So i will work on this one.
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