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> Jimi Hendrix Style Lesson, Lesson By Jerry Arcidiacono
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post Jun 28 2016, 08:23 PM
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Original lesson: Jimi Hendrix Style Lesson by Jerry Arcidiacono

Here a take of this lesson. There will come more hendrix lessons of me in the future :) Greetz tim

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Ben Higgins
post Jun 29 2016, 01:18 PM
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Hi Tim, it's always good to jam some Hendrix style chords.

You might want to spend some more time getting more familiar with the shapes as your fingers seem a bit confused throughout this lesson.

The sliding is also something you want to work on. Sliding phrases can often make people's fingers roll over in a way that makes them lose the sound or the timing.

The advice is boring and predictable but: Sow it down for a while and really get comfortable with the chord shapes and the timing before anything else smile.gif





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Darius Wave
post Jun 30 2016, 11:17 PM
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Hey Tim!

You're a very active student these days. You do a lot of lessons in a very short time period. I'm not sure if you are not trying to do too much at the same time. I really enjoy the type of lessons you choose lately. The problem with these lessons is the yare actually very hard even if the sound quite easy to master. To be honest it's a kind of dynamics and articulation masterclass and to be able to get most profit you should give each lesson much more time and even tiwce as much attention to the details startting from tone adjustment, through pick and hand angle, to picking strength. I think those are lessons that demand much more time of detailed analysis of each bar. In this case every single detail counts. It's bit tricky to explain but the whole trick is to clone the color created by original lesson author in every single note. That's the real task in this kind of lessons.

It think there is still much work to be done with this lesson but it's far from typical issues taht we spot usually.


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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jul 1 2016, 12:07 AM
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Hi Tim,

This lesson needs more practice in order to improve your timing but also the articulation of each rhythm and lick. You know the whole lesson, now it's time to polish each section.

I think that this tempo is a bit for you so what I recommend you is to work on small blocks, at a slower tempo and try to make each lick sound tight, each note, chord and double stop sound clean and clear and make changes smoother.

I cannot mark specific sections because I feel that this is a global issue that can be found in the whole lesson so please dedicate more time to this one.



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post Jul 5 2016, 01:38 PM
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