I thoroughly enjoy reading the posts about the artist and history, and this one is great. RITCHIE BLACKMORE SOLO NEW BLACK SHIRT. I then watched the video and right when you cut to the closeup I thought damn, this is like a free guitar master class of some sort. Awesome work, man. Even though I’m still a beginner and a lot of what you’re doing isn’t on my radar (yet), it’s super helpful to see, up close, what your hands are doing, even if they are moving in a blur of speed.
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Thank you. Keep at it. You won’t be a beginner for long. This one’s some pretty advanced shit. You’ll get there with time and patience. Lots to learn from this one, however. Worth having a look at at least and trying a few bits here and there. Yo really nice work. I was pleasantly surprised by your sense of rhythm; I feel like lots of guys learn the notes in a song without comprehending fully the player’s rhythmic, inflection and attitude. Literally, the only thing I noticed that sounded different was the vibrato technique. It’s tough to pin down because listening back Ritchie seems to use a few different unique vibrato techniques at different times in the solos, and also he plays some notes totally straight. There are a couple times he does this wide, fairly slow, wiggly vibrato but honestly dude I’m just nitpicking. Sounds great to me, I think you nailed the notes, rhythms and also attitude.
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Side note, is Highway Star on the list? That’s my favorite Ritchie solo, it has always ripped so hard, love to hear your attempt at that one. I think it’s arguably a better solo? But that’s just my opinion. Thank you very much for the kind words. As for your nitpicks, I’m no Blackmore, haha. Bends and vibrato is something I’ve almost totally ignored in my playing when I was younger. Like I said, I was all about speed. The faster I played, meant the better I played, in my mind at least. I realize now how wrong I was in that regard. My vibrato and note bending ability is still a work in progress. I always had the speed, now I just need to temper it with touch and feel. It’s coming. I’m much better now than I was four or five months ago when I started this mad project. Hopefully, in another year or so, no one can nitpick my feel as a guitar player. However now, I agree, it’s warranted. I’m getting there. Of course, I had to use vibrato and bends but it’s not something that I really worked on very much. Speed and scale runs were my thing.
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I love your posts man. RITCHIE BLACKMORE SOLO NEW BLACK SHIRT. Been following since you started playing again. For what it’s worth, one of the first things I noticed about your playing is how accurate your bending is and how effortless it seems when you do it. Can’t wait for more. Well, thank you! My bending is getting there. Not that I mind, but once in a while someone will chime in either here, or on YouTube with constructive criticism and it usually deals with my vibrato or bends. It’s nice to hear some positive feedback on something I’ve been working so hard at. Thank you.