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    Julie Queslin
    Julie Queslin
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    Welcome Arda ! This is a cool place for sharing your work 😊. Your covers are really great, love these songs, good job ! How long have you been playing guitar ? Love the sound of this one 👍

    #183172
    Arda Uslu
    Arda Uslu
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    Thanks @Aileé for motivating words.Yes school is a great resource.Last year i was only studying on lessons in this site,not uploading anything.(I think i stopped looking when i was in middle of intermediate lessons).I got some useful,permanent things in my guitar playing toolbox.CAGED system lessons were nice.I studied on one of Syn’s Etude(It was a sweep picking etude,almost started with no idea about sweep and it only got better,still there is a hell of a long road in sweep picking for me,it needs a lot of practice and i need to find the right technique works on me which is hard).I remember when i came to Circle o Fifths lesson i got bored so much,didn’t get the point of lesson.Thank you @julie I firstly got my electric guitar when i was 13.Now I’m 23.But it didn’t go regularly.I’ve been playing for last 4-5 years more often.First riff that i tried to play was intro of Unholy Confessions when i got my guitar,as 13 years old.But i think i was playing it on standard tuning until i was 18 😀 So my story went this way.I’ve been dealing with M.I.A and Afterlife a lot lastly.When i have the time,i want to upload these too,and get feedbacks 🙂

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    #183174
    Ids Schiere
    Ids Schiere
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    I apologize for not giving any feedback lately. I’m pretty busy with exams at the moment but in my break I did this.

    #183194

    Very nice Ids! Your vibrato is so lovely!
    Which reminds me, I still have to finish those lessons you did!

    #183201
    Julie Queslin
    Julie Queslin
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    I really like this sweet ambience. Good luck for your exams Ids !

    #183363
    Dan Shipway
    Dan Shipway
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    To say I am ecstatic is an understatement.

    I have wanted to be able to do 3 string sweeps and even if I can never play them again at least I have proof I can do it.

    #183778

    Sinister Gates School, second month of progress.

    I watched lessons 11-19, and for the last few weeks I’ve been focusing on my rhythm hand. Rhythm and timing have been a bit of a challenge for me in the past, but I definitely have noticed considerable improvement over the course of the last couple years.

    To showcase my work, I decided to share some of the rhythm exercises I practice with.

    -Changing note values continuously aka. “Rhythmic modulation” (this can also be practiced while playing scales)
    -Skiping a beat of the rhythm
    -Accenting different beats of a given rhythm (this one still proves to be the most difficult)

    #183779
    Calvin Phillips
    Calvin Phillips
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    Pgs gonna love your swinging wrist ailee lol

    #183780

    Thanks Calvin! 🙂

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    #183781
    Ed Seith
    Ed Seith
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    Ailee, that shit is KILLER and it’s gonna pay dividends for you big time in the long run. What an awesome idea!

    #183783
    Vanyo Nikolov
    Vanyo Nikolov
    Participant

    Hello to all!
    I want to share this my new cover with you 🙂

    #183802

    Thank you very much Ed!

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    #183854
    Jm Carpio
    Jm Carpio
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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6NPJIT1pqy8

    Please bear with my strumming im so rusty
    Comment if there is any problems

    • This reply was modified 4 weeks ago by Jm Carpio Jm Carpio.
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    #183856
    Ed Seith
    Ed Seith
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    @Jm – your strumming is good. Nice, loose wrist, decent rhythm. One of your upper (thinner) strings is out of tune there. That, or you’re fretting some chords wrong – hard to tell from that angle. Those strings ends will put your dog’s eye out, if you have one. 😉

    #183857

    Yes Jm, wrist is relaxed. I agree with everything ED said. Watch lesson 11, it will be very helpful. 🙂

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