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Name: Darryn
Occupation: Future Virtuoso
Hobbies: Guitar:::Duh!
Date registered 01.29.2012
Date of birth: 24. February 1974
Last online: 10.12.2018
Sex: male

You think you practice enough.......YOU DON'T!............PRACTICE MORE!

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Wed Jul 25, 2018 10:24 am | jump to post

Yes i find that with scalpel, pulling the thumb and finger in naturally turned the wrist, which becomes sarod picking.My only problem has always been trailing finger hitting unwanted strings, i need to pull those fingers in tighter, or adjust the pick position.Never thought about pick slanting until i watched troy grady on youtube, but found that i clearly have a tendency toward downward slanting, which makes upward picking difficult.But at the end of the day you can pick anyway you want, if you...

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Fri Mar 30, 2018 12:05 am | jump to post

Pebber has a video on Sarod muting technique. The muting comes more from the base of the palm, will see if i can find itBut i would of thought for this arpeggio shape you would want to use Economy/sweep picking style, not saying it cant be alternate picked also.A lot of muting will come from the the left index finger.A quick video is the best way to get feedback.

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Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:55 pm | jump to post

Yea i missed that, but yes you dont want to be sliding up the strings (they sound pretty new ) but lifting when moving to new position. There is always gonna be a bit of string noise, but we want to try and eliminate all we can for a smooth transition.There are a lot of songs where they purposely leave string noise in. So sometimes it works.couple left hand videos from Pebber .1:35 in 3:50 in

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Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:46 pm | jump to post

Nice work on the chromatic there including those spirals, Kudos for keeping the speed down that's the way to go,Picking looks ok to me good thumb movement, good angle for scapel. Left hand looks good fingers curled in, thumb placement good, every thing looks nice and relaxed. so you are on the right track. So You get these down then realise Pebber has wrote down all those permutations.. hmmm oh well back to the woodshed, couple years work just there lol. Welcome to the forum

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Fri Aug 04, 2017 7:55 am | jump to post

Hi n7fv. timing looks ok to me and picking looks ok you could always curl that right hand in a little. can see plenty of movement in the thumb. I like the way when you hit the B string the top of the thumb pops over the top to say hello lol. maybe something to take a look atgood video though.If you are signed up for lessons maybe a good idea to send the video link direct to Pebbers student email address for a quick will always get feedback here as well though so keep em coming.Oh al...

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Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:26 pm | jump to post

You will need to print out what you need for that lesson, Pebber will let you know what you need to print for the lesson.or you can always just view the pdf online if you dont have a printer.

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Sun Jul 30, 2017 5:55 am | jump to post

Just had another listen and indeed the tens are ok, maybe a couple of slips but overall good stuff. maybe because of the angle its not so clearkeep up the good work though mate

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Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:55 am | jump to post

Here is a video explaining the pick angle much better than i could

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Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:55 am | jump to post

Timing seemed ok up to nines i would slow that metronome down a little for the tens, And also it may be just me, but the angle of your pick looks really wrong, looks very vertical which gives a terrible tone.for scalpel picking you want to be around 45 degree from horizontal with the strings. But then i've seen a lot of different angles for picking but thats just the way Pebber teaches.
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Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:42 am | jump to post

N7fv. you need to keep the speed to where you are comfortable. Its all about training your fingers and brain to do the right things slowly over and over and over (boring huh) only pushing the speed every now and again. if your getting things wrong you always want to slow down as you will be training your fingers to get it wrong.Farelli was it those spiders that did your hand in, you can still get some right hand practice in buddy


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