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Bensen
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Post by Bensen » Sun May 31, 2009 4:09 pm

wow, youre a great student, you can handle so much advise.

heres my 50 cent:

PLAY LIVE

one gig, no matter how small, teaches you more than 2 month in your room

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Post by Neiloler » Sun May 31, 2009 4:17 pm

Joey22 wrote:As prior said, I think you should work on feeling more than anything. That is indubitably what separates many great players from quotidian players. Try to amalgamate some "soul" with your playing and make your audience prognosticate it's the conclusive song of your life. It becomes more and more congenital with experience.
Easy on the vocab sir, we're not but humble guitar players! ;)

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Post by Neiloler » Sun May 31, 2009 4:17 pm

Bensen wrote:wow, youre a great student, you can handle so much advise.

heres my 50 cent:

PLAY LIVE

one gig, no matter how small, teaches you more than 2 month in your room
That's so true. It's worth 10 band practices to actually get out and play with our band. So. True.

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Post by crguti » Sun May 31, 2009 4:39 pm

you have it man... you just need to practice more. Believe me, 1 hour per day during 1 month, and you will notice the difference big time. Keep going.

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Post by AJS19 » Sun May 31, 2009 4:48 pm

It would be great if I actually had a band. :(

Joey, everything you just said went in one ear and out the other with all those big words thrown in!

I'll definitely work on my vibrato & bending as I just downloaded a 20 minute, $8 video from Chappers himself.
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Joey22

Post by Joey22 » Sun May 31, 2009 5:11 pm

AJS19 wrote:It would be great if I actually had a band. :(

Joey, everything you just said went in one ear and out the other with all those big words thrown in!

I'll definitely work on my vibrato & bending as I just downloaded a 20 minute, $8 video from Chappers himself.


Ha, sorry.

As prior said, I think you should work on feeling more than anything. That is definitely what separates many great players from typical players. Try to add some "soul" to your playing and make your audience feel like it's the last song of your life. It becomes more and more natural with experience.

Just my two cents.

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Post by Winston » Sun May 31, 2009 5:23 pm

Joey22 wrote:
AJS19 wrote:It would be great if I actually had a band. :(

Joey, everything you just said went in one ear and out the other with all those big words thrown in!

I'll definitely work on my vibrato & bending as I just downloaded a 20 minute, $8 video from Chappers himself.


Ha, sorry.

As prior said, I think you should work on feeling more than anything. That is definitely what separates many great players from typical players. Try to add some "soul" to your playing and make your audience feel like it's the last song of your life. It becomes more and more natural with experience.

Just my two cents.
Ah, much better, Joey. My head was a'hurtin'.

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Post by BrianGT » Sun May 31, 2009 6:18 pm

Ah, much better, Joey. My head was a'hurtin'.
Same here Mr. Lennon......no need for it! :D
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