#2
Extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeme aggressiooooooooooooon!

Not bad, since you've only been playing for a year. Try to learn it by heart, so you can focus more on playing instead of reading.

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#3
not bad, you started off a bit iffy but got a fair bit more solid as you progressed. good to see some people still actually play classical pieces of music.

the guitar needs to be tuned a bit also.
#5
Guitar need slightly tuning better, but apart from that its good
Ibanez ICX220
D'addario XL .010 - .046
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DigiTech RP50
Korg AX3000G

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Just stop. Stop being a pussy and get a real addiction like drinking coca-cola.
#16
I think you need to listen to the piece again. There aew a few rhythmic issues.

For example your bass seems way out, normally it's the start of a little run which culminates in the melody being repeated again.

Have a look at this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG9aBeV9fBM

He doesn't play it brilliantly, but the bass is in the right place. You seem to have created a boom-chick bass which is hardly (if ever?) used in classical. It's no fault of your own, it's just one of the disadvantages of learning from paper (if no rythmic indicators are in place).
#18
I just started learning it yesterday. Well, I've been trying at least.

EDIT: Sorry, but OUCH. Tune that guitar dude.
Plays:
Schecter Hellraiser Solo-6 FR Limited
Parker Mojo Fly
Ibanez SZR 720
Tanglewood Evolution
LaPatrie Etude DEMO
'66 Hagstrom Viking I (customized)
SGR C-7 (defretted)
Agile Intrepid 828

Amp, Pedals:
Laney LV300
BOSS RC-20XL
Last edited by Fryer Mike at Nov 18, 2007,
#19
ClaptonWannabe@ hmm okay, i'll try that, but i play it the way my music score says that it should be played.