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    pink floyd time solo w/ video

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    posting here after a long time

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQJ_oxlf4WU


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    Cool. Gilmore's really a master, eh? I mean, it's not complicated stuff, but INSTANTLY memorable. Played well man. I think the guitar was tuned a tad flat in relation to the original track.

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    .................Just a tad.

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    Gilmour is moste defenitly a master.
    The guy is no Van Halen, but he sure is great in his own way.
    His bending is top of the line IMO.

    Now on the vid, as mentioned, a bit of tuning would help you alot, as you would have to bend all the notes to stay in pitch

    But I got the grasp of it, you seem to master it, A bit more expression and your there

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    Yeah the guitar sounds slightly out of tune. Not sure whether it's in tune with itself either. Either tune to the backing track or change the pitch on the backing track to standard pitch. Now you're learning licks that will go a long way to helping your improv style - good choice. It's nice to watch a video of people playing but man it sounds lousy on YouTube.... Now if you were really creative you could record separately and sync it to video....

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    Tone sounds about right.

    Nice job. Keep at it.

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