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post Aug 28 2016, 12:08 AM
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Original lesson: Alternate Picking - Thirds by Muris Varajic

I worked a lot this lesson, but there are still errors :/
Thank you in advance

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Ben Higgins
post Aug 29 2016, 12:20 PM
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Hi Chris there's only a couple of minor things to straighten out.

There's occasional unwanted noise which can be overcome by making the synchronisation even tighter and making sure your picking hand is covering the unused strings, which you do pretty well mostly anyway.

In some areas you get notes bleeding into each other which occurs during some particular shapes.

Other than that, it sounds great!

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post Aug 29 2016, 02:35 PM
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Hey there!

I think your performance is better than you think it is smile.gif I like your consistent picking, even tone of all strokes and your solid timing. There are only moments where you failed with hands sync and control of unwanted noise. Those are minor issues and a few more attempts and they'll be gone. I don't see anything that would need a serious fix. Congratulations on your well prepared take.

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post Aug 29 2016, 04:09 PM
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Hi mate! Great to find this lesson here!

As this lesson is part of our mentoring program, I'll be here just for grading and to check what other instructors add to what we are talking at the workout. As always, it's a great idea to share lessons that we are working here to receive other points of views and perspectives.

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