You have to work it your timing a lot. Slow the shit down and get it right before you try increasing the speed you have to set aside a lot of work to do this as you have already been practicing with ingrained timing problems. You really have to take some time out and fix it! Go slow slow slow with QUARTER NOTES one note per click. ONE NOTE PER CLICK! Then you can increase clicks very gradually up to 200bpm - over a couple months - TRY IT!
Thanks for posting this - try for even tighter tighter tighter movement. Shrink down how far your hand and wrist travel to where it looks like its standing still - thats the goal of all this! Great work!
The guitar will teach you if you map out all the notes/scales and chords. Voice leading done in a visual manner then applied to physical playing. Take a diminished scale and map it out all over the neck. Can you do that? Then from the diminished scale map out the playable chords. Then for vpice leading you can take any note of a diminished chord anlower it a half step and it becomes the root of a Dom 7th chord which is V7 chord in major, melodic minor an harmonic minor. If you take any root of a dim 7th chord and raise it a halfstep it becomes the b7 of a mi7b5 chord which is the vii chord in a major or harmonic minor key or a vi and vii in melodic minor key. So for each dim chord there are 4 adjacent dom7 chords and 4 adjacent mi7b5 chords and then the diminished chord repeats every 3 frets so you can them map out 12 Dom 7th chord sand 12 mi7b5 chords within a 3 fret space before repeating inversions. The guitar will teach you all that if you map it out on your own. Then you have to practice what you mapped out. This is what the meaning of that statement means.
All you guys are a bunch of fucking wimp dog pussies!
I took lessons from all the Masters - they all give you materials to practice. And expected you to put in the time. I used to practice 10-11 hours a day. Buckethead regularly practiced 14 hours a day. You cant handle 2hrs? You will always forever be mediocre and suck at guitar.
First of all - the signup page has a video on it called "How to take the online lessons" and if you watch that - it contains direct instructions on where to post them at 1:04.
Second of all - learning the guitar and getting good at it always contains DECADES of frustration - of which one works through. You signed up for lessons on Jan 31 and promptly QUIT on Feb 4. Your questions show a great deal of impatient frustration - like you are expecting someone to hold your hand and give a silver platter. This kind of attitude will get you nowhere on the guitar and ANY other instrument. You quit lessons even before you got started.
Third - since you quit only 4 days after you signed up, this makes you NO LONGER a paying student, so you dont have to bother uploading videos anywhere.
Sarod is a very very fast way to play a string. But - it can take a very long time to get the right balance and feel. Its always the number one thing that everyone struggles with - until they get it. THEN they take off with it. Its like shaking a spoon back and forth in a glass of water. Thats the movement.