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Old 03-06-2021, 10:27 AM
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Great job Peter. You have that "glass bell" tone to the trebles that I love about a classical guitar.
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Great job Peter. You have that "glass bell" tone to the trebles that I love about a classical guitar.
Thanks very much Barry - appreciate the feedback!

I love the treble sound when you get it right.
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Hi all

I am loving these Etudes and have stopped working on all my other pieces while I try to improve technique using both Sor and Carcassi to help. They all have so much to offer and are a lot of fun to work on.

This is the second Sor Study for me and has a few challenging bits in that need work - there is also a bit more string noise than I would like.

Thanks for listening;

Have you tried daddario pro arte EJ51 recording strings? I played a little bit of the study (I have the TECLA edition). I tried a slightly different fingering on the 4th string... I used a combination of the 2nd and 1st finger to eliminate the "jumping" effect which is the major cause of the squeak.

I'm not sure if you're open to more feedback on your performance. Let me know if you are.

Overall very good performance.
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Have you tried daddario pro arte EJ51 recording strings? I played a little bit of the study (I have the TECLA edition). I tried a slightly different fingering on the 4th string... I used a combination of the 2nd and 1st finger to eliminate the "jumping" effect which is the major cause of the squeak.



I'm not sure if you're open to more feedback on your performance. Let me know if you are.



Overall very good performance.


Thanks, I havenít tried those strings yet but will check them out.

Iím very open to feedback on both this and the faster version earlier in the thread, so thank you.
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