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> Goo Goo Dolls Style, Lesson By Gabriel Leopardi
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post Mar 7 2016, 05:07 PM
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Original lesson: Goo Goo Dolls Style by Gabriel Leopardi

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post Mar 9 2016, 04:08 PM
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Hi mate,

Great to find this lesson here. You've been working a lot on this one for many weeks, and the progress has been impressing. I don't mean that it's not deserved, I mean that it's impressing how much hard work you put on this one, and how much you could improve your take on it. I've given you specific feedback at the mentoring thread HERE. I'm here just for grading and to say CONGRATS and KEEP GOING!

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post Mar 14 2016, 11:46 AM
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Hi Tom. Wow, I remember your earliest REC takes so it's really gratifying to see how much you've improved!

Your strumming technique is looking very natural and competent now. Your timing overall is strong. There were only some minor moments of slightly veering ahead of the beat but you managed to bring it back ok.

Some chord changes could be a bit smoother but I find that there's always improvements to be made with changing between chords, even for people who've played for years. Well done, your hard work is reaping great results!

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post Mar 14 2016, 12:16 PM
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Hey Tom!

Your playing looks relaxed, smooth and natural. Most of time your timming and chord changes are solid and precise. As Ben said - chord changes always make some trouble even for more experienced players so it's hard to say if those can be 100% perfect to demand them being played like that by students. you really managed to get things done and your progress since first takes is something that brings smile on instructors faces smile.gif

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