Nice piece of music indeed,
thanks for sharing Dejo.
very nice lesson
Very nice lesson Dejane!
Very nice playing Dejan
Masterpiece !bravo Dejane
I love this song ,especially listening to Ivan Rebroff version..
Great, those bass lines are really cool.
It´s Great Dejan! Very nice and beautiful piece!
I notice that you have two microphones secured behind the bridge. I happen to have a "Brownsville" electric Dobro which, while it has a pickup located where the fretboard is attached to the body, does not do a very good job at picking up the character of the "pan". I purchased a clip on omni-directional mini mic from Radio Shack but it won't pick up the pan either. What kind of mics to you use and where might I find them to test out with the bro?
I use Belcat EGT 202 double transducer, it is quite cheap (around 15 - 20 usd) but works great, I think you may get it in any better supplied guitar shop. And these two transducers are connected to one MONO jack, so you can't get a stereo image with that
And the transducer is connected to DI Box, Mixer and M-Audio 2496 audio interface, so each of these links is contributing to the sound
Hi GMC and welcome to the lesson :)
This is an old Russian traditional song, called 'Evening Bells'. I chose it since it has a beautiful and simple melody line in bass, and it's suitable for beginners. I remember that I learned this song in the second year of elementary music school.
The song has two parts, both of them have the identical melody line in bass, while the first one is played with chords, and the second one with arpeggios. The melody line is played with thumb, while other three fingers take care of the rest. I hope you like it, and let me know if you need any help. :)
Key signature: C Major
Time signature: 2/4
Tempo: 80 bpm
Have fun :)