2 Minute Lessons!
Nice Esteban! It sounds good. Take a close listen, and you'll notice that sometimes you are bit late with the downstrokes. This is one of those details that make a difference. I'm the same - I tend to be a bit slow sometimes too - it's just harder than it seems. Also, by doing it over and over as you did, it sometimes gets better after a while - that "locking in to the groove" thing takes practice, and focus on the rhythm.
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Rock it, Baby! Killer riffing. Wow, that was a good groove and made me move. Esteban, you are the Devil pulling me back to a recording session. Where did you get the drums and backing band?
I have to travel this week so I cannot record until next Monday. ☹
RR, I agree with that delay on the downstroke, and I do the same, but I have to admit I like that "behind the beat" feel.
Eppps. Thank you so much all of you for taking the time to listen.
Robert, you are right, tempo is always a challenge. And Clayton is also right. I´ve been advised several to go a little late. The question is if it is or is not controlled. In my case, is not controlled, so it is a mistake.
Also, playing was recording in an single run and after 1 minute practice. Nothing else, completely espontaneous... but I love it. ....
I will repeat later and we can play over. I have to travel also from Friday to Wednesday. I will be in Geneve... So not so much time to play. But I will try to do my best....
Once again, thank you so much for taking the time with this record...