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> Triplet Etude, Lesson By Piotr Kaczor
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post Mar 16 2016, 05:46 PM
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Original lesson: Triplet Etude by Piotr Kaczor

Missed the tone on this one, but overall I think I was able to play it well.

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Ben Higgins
post Mar 18 2016, 01:39 PM
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Hi Diego, you're quite comfortable with this type of playing. Your arpeggios are generally very clean and well timed.

The only thing I noticed was slight timing fluctuations in the final ascending run of arpeggios, just before the video fades out. So nothing major to worry about. Something that would naturally get better as you got more familiar with the piece.

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Mar 21 2016, 04:08 AM
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Hi Diego,

Great playing! Your take on this lesson is really good. As Ben said, there is some room for adjustment in order to make everything sound tight and smooth, but your playing is very promising. I also like your tone on this one, it's clean and has enough sustain.

I hope to see new takes from you soon, keep on the good job!

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post Mar 22 2016, 03:36 PM
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Hey Diego!
First of all congratulations on another of your great takes and for the great choice of lesson.
Note separation in this kind of arpeggios is an ultra hard taks. Rarely happens to hear even very skilled players to seperate the notes played with one finger on different strings in such a tempo. That's why I will not consider it as a minus point for your grade smile.gif There are just a few moments where you've lacked to be confident on what to play and it affected the timming - both are ends of each part - right before you enter drums section and right before you finish whole take. Aside from this your playing is really impressive. Keep up the good work!

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