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Peter Pawlak



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Name: Peter Pawlak
Location: Lake Tapps, WA
Occupation: IT Director
Hobbies: trumpet, guitar, snow skiing
Date registered 05.25.2016
Date of birth: 6. June 1954
Last online: 11.01.2016
Sex: male


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E-mail peterp@skilake.org



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06.14.2016
Peter Pawlak has replied to a post
Tue Jun 14, 2016 10:14 am | jump to post

Thanks Pebber, that's MUCH clearer than BASICS_1A_Picking_Technique.mp4, and makes a lot of sense.Unless you say differently, I'm going to assume the sweep angle and pick angle are the same for strumming across groups of strings as for single string picking.Cheers,Peter

06.05.2016
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Sun Jun 05, 2016 12:00 pm | jump to post

I'm still confused. See the attached video.At 3:30-3:38 in BASICS_1A_Picking_Technique.mp4, Pebber is showing the "scalpel" motion diagonal to the string motion which I'm trying to emulate, but when I do it it sounds like crap (at least with a blunt-tip pick).However, at 2:45 - 2:53 and 3:10- 3:23 he shows an entirely different motion "straight across the string" (which works for me).What's really the correct motion?

05.31.2016
Peter Pawlak has created a new topic in the forum
Tue May 31, 2016 2:48 pmScalpel picking and choice of pick

05.28.2016
Peter Pawlak has replied to a post
Sat May 28, 2016 10:52 am | jump to post

Thanks Pebber!One followup: where it gets into (Volume 1) Section Two: Position Playing (page 60), is that aligned with what's considered best techniques nowadays? It seems somewhat different from the CAGED system and the 5, 7,12, 14 systems you published on your PDF downloads. Should I ignore Leavitt's Position Playing or follow it?Cheers,Peter

05.25.2016
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