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wobbly_bob
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Had fun doing this.  I always find it challenging to follow a piece note for note.  I always sway towards my own interpretation.

These sort of lessons  are really good for stepping outside your usual creative process .

As a side note I would thoroughly recommend to all that you put in the time to learn scales to the point of developing muscle memory.  Really worth it.  The traditional major and minor scales are an essential foundation for any guitar style IMHO.

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Posted : May 18, 2019 21:15
robert
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Thanks for doing this Craig. You play the licks well and you make them your own.

Now, I'm not sure if this was deliberate or not, but you start all of the licks later than I do. I think it's one 1/4 note later. It makes the whole solo sound completely different. 

Is this what you intended?

Can you guys hear hear the difference compared to:

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Posted : May 19, 2019 14:48
wobbly_bob
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Non intentional thats just how it landed.

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Posted : May 19, 2019 14:53
robert
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Well that's cool. It makes it sound so different, ay? It's a good example of how you can copy a lick from someone and then play it somewhere else in time - boom, you have your own lick.

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Posted : May 19, 2019 23:53
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