Jack: Good to see that you have changed your guitar position (or was it realy camera angle then?).
Mark: Thanks for the information, good posting. Thanks also for the invitation to discuss the arpeggio of D04 further with private messages, but I think I got it. Apparenty the most inportant stuff there is supposed to be the LH. I was pretty sure, untill you mentioned:
I thought "fretting" was the term used for placing the LH fingers on the fretboard. If not, this means the d04-arpeggio study does have to be practiced like a damping excersise, like i originally mentione....(sorry to all that I am hammering on something that is supposed to be in another forum)Sounding the strings with our fingers (as opposed to merely fretting them)
At alll: I also agree that being comfortable with a piece gives one room to work on sound quality. However, I think sometimes this stage might only be reached after a lesson here is complete. I also like to point out that it is not the aim, In my oppinion, to be the poster with the best recording (although I also give my best ofcourse). I think it is more important that a piece is posted rather early. That way, if there are technical issues that the poster did not see, he/she may still be able to changes/improve then. If you find out that something is wrong after three weeks of practicing a piece, it willl be more difficult to change your bad habbit.
I guess you normally dont go visiting a guitar teacher only after you can play the guitar.....