Thanks! And yeah, I am fairly tall (6'3" / 190cm) - perhaps a higher seat would be better.Christopher Langley wrote: ↑Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:48 pmI'm nobody but.. I think you are playing fabulously!
The only thing you need is a better microphone! Join the club. Haha.
Maybe a higher chair. You look to be pretty tall. A higher seat will lower the body of the guitar then you can raise the neck higher.
Although, I don't personally mind low chairs and playing just like this. If it's comfortable, let it roll!
I'm short and I actually wish my chair went lower. Haha.
I do have a background in cello (and to a lesser extent piano) which has definitely helped with learning the guitar. I have been taking lessons since October with a great guitarist but he is still quite young and may not have a ton of experience teaching technique, so I was curious if anyone here would have any tips!Kent wrote: ↑Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:55 pmIf you have been playing only 4 months, you picked the right instrument!
It all boils down to practicing smart. You obviously have enough talent to become a great player. I highly recommend getting the right roots with a reputable teacher. Practicing things wrong take twice as long to fix once they feel like the norm.
Find a teacher. I think you will be glad you did.
From my perspective (as a student myself) you played the piece with great skill, speed and clarity of playing. Hard to see the right hand but things look good to me.