Oh. That new to me. Now i understand. Thank you.Paul Cezanne wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:54 pmThanks about the bezare and cat! I wondered if anyone would notice her... :- )
Sympathetic ringing is when one string starts to vibrate and sound because another string is playing. I find that my 2 thickest strings will start to play a note like the one being played.
Try this. Just hold your guitar flat on your lap so you can use both hands easily. Play some notes on the 4 string and hold them. Listen to how it sounds. Now mute the 5th and 6th strings and do it again. Try different notes. Mine likes ringing when I play an A.
It's not the buzz. I think we all buzz and as far as I can tell that from a slightly off left hand placement.
And it isn't necessarily a bad thing. I just noticed in one of the Lesson 3 videos that Delcamp himself has that resonance. This is more just something to be aware of, not necessarily to eliminate I guess.
It starts being addressed later.Paul Cezanne wrote: ↑Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:33 pmAnd it isn't necessarily a bad thing. I just noticed in one of the Lesson 3 videos that Delcamp himself has that resonance. This is more just something to be aware of, not necessarily to eliminate I guess.
Oh cool, good to know!
Lovely submissions Alistair! I got a kick out of the singing in the background on La Tete Bizarde.
Thank you for the feedback Christopher. I contemplated recording again but the singing added some character.Christopher Langley wrote: ↑Thu Jan 17, 2019 3:37 amLovely submissions Alistair! I got a kick out of the singing in the background on La Tete Bizarde.
1) Be sure to plant the thumb on A, you do it during Jig but not during La Tete Bizarde.
2) You are not using the thumb for the wound d string as indicated on the score in Jig. It's not a real big deal, the difference in tone is subtle, however you will want to start getting comfortable with using the thumb on the wound strings because that is what is typically done.
See you on Lesson 3 buddy.
Your thumb looks good in Jig.