Lesson #093, Cripple Creek VI

Sunday, April 12, 2009


Lesson #093, Cripple Creek VI



Hi Everyone,

Always try to get your left hand techniques just as nice and clean as you can, that is something strive for as you progress .

If you would like to use a metronome to help you with the timing variations discussed in this series, feel free. You can set your metronome very slowly at first, and you can tap your foot along or whatever and however you feel comfortable to understand the timing the best way that you can understand it.

Listen closely to the slides in this video, the variations are quite subtle, but definetly worth exploring.

Be aware of the rests in the notation and of the slides being carried over into other measures.

Timing is everything! Roll Away,

David

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