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- Kristofer Dahl30th April 2008
Great topic David! This should also help answer the question "what should I do when improvising - I just play the same lick over and over?!"
By being creative with rhythm, you can re-use a lick/theme and make it sound completely different. This is done by changing accent and rhythm. This lesson is a great illustration of this - thanks David!
- Hisham Al-Sanea30th April 2008
nice phrasing lesson David.very welldone
- Ivan Milenkovic30th April 2008
Nice lesson Walli, as always
- Danilo Capezzuto30th April 2008
Nice lesson David!
- Nick Kellie30th April 2008
a good topic!
- Nemanja Filipovic30th April 2008
Great lesson David!
- Capt.Z30th April 2008
Another great lesson!!
- Trond Vold30th April 2008
- Marcus Siepen30th April 2008
Cool lesson David
- Alex8730th April 2008
Great lesson David
- Joe Kataldo30th April 2008
Nice lesson Walli
- Unleash-The-Shred30th April 2008
Great lesson on phrasing Dave.
- Carlos Carrillo30th April 2008
very nice lesson David!!!
- Sergio Dorado30th April 2008
- seanM130th April 2008
Awesome idea, this will help me tons.
- Juan M. Valero1st May 2008
nice lesson David
- David Wallimann1st May 2008
Thanks a lot everyone!
- Pablo Vazquez6th May 2008
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