#1
Not only electric guitar i love both world.. as from title just me playing some Bach... BTW i posted this before in another section (promote your band) but probably i shouldn't can somebody help me? i'm new here and i don't know how to delete the other post. Thanks!

#2
That's gorgeous! Your touch and tone sound flawless.
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#3
PlusPaul Thanks Paul, i'm new on the forum and i always post in the wrong section, nobody scold me so maybe this time probably i did it right.. i've a couple more playing classical, if you want go check my channel.  BTW i like this "I'm pretty sure the Bible requires that you play through a tube amp in Texas" 
#4
That is actually very well done, I like the way you've chosen to place the melodies, it really lets them shine instead of just taking the easy path over several strings which ruins the line with inequality across the notes. The voices all come out fairly good, everything is nice and audible instead of just focusing on the top-melody, (I like that very much, good ears!) And the interpretation is fairly good as well, just be careful with the glissando's, you seem to have a tendency to slide towards notes sometimes, which is alright when playing something more romantic or otherwise more modern, but it doesn't really have a place in Bach. At least, not if you want to provide what is generally considered a stylistically faithful interpretation of baroque pieces. Still, very well done. And nice cats.
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Last edited by FretboardToAsh at Aug 20, 2017,
#5
FretboardToAsh Thanks! My intent with my fingering was to reproduce the sound of a cello and yes, for purist i know it could b wrong how i play it but that's how i like it and how i like to play. Always had a love & hate relation with Bach because it should be played as a fridge to make a right interpretation. After i finished school i said fuxx i play music as i want it.
#8
atza i know but the source is the mic of the camera and is not really a good mic, if you take a look there is a mic (audix) but at the last second i had a technical problem and didn't use it. To make it "perfect" the mic should have been close and at the 12 fret, should have used a preamp (have a good copy of a neve) and probably using another room. Acoustic instruments direct into apogee do not sound so good (just my opinion and my experience).
#10
Beautiful!!! I loved it!! I will be preparing this for my access exam to the Conservatory.
Your playing sounds great, I loved it.
Best wishes!
Work harder, I believe in you.
#11
Patri_MA_Ruiz Thanks Patri, glad you like it. You must be at a good level if you are preparing this to access at the Conservatory, maybe and this is just an advice don't play like me, purist of Bach will not like it, i brought all the voices the more i can on the 3rd and 4th string with lots of vibrato to try to emulate the cello, for my exam to enter in conservatory i brought villa lobos prelude n2, everything went well and i arrived second but maybe it would have been better to play something easy because at that time it was too difficult for my level. good luck with your exam and let me know if they take you. 
#12
Quote by Patri_MA_Ruiz
Beautiful!!! I loved it!! I will be preparing this for my access exam to the Conservatory.
Your playing sounds great, I loved it.
Best wishes!


Which conservatory?
My God, it's full of stars!
#13
Dreadnought Fourth grade, professional Classical Guitar Conservatory, here where I live (but I really hope I could study for a year or more outside!)
Work harder, I believe in you.