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Now that I finally got a decent piece of recording equipment, i can continue with my goal of learning and recording Sors opus 60 to better my nailess technique.
My nailess tone is slowly getting better I think, you can be the judge of my tone now; and as I post more. I'm using Sors technique on a parlor guitar strung with nylgut.
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Thanks Bentkey, and hopefull better as time goes on. Listening to it again, I flubbed a note, skipped one all together and played one that should have sustained from the previous bar. I had this memorized and hadn't looked at the sheet in awhile until tonight. Think I'll redo this one at A415.
Thanks -nice - so good to hear these pieces played. Helps a lot.
I found this the other day and liked it. Some awkward stuff in it for me toward the end - but when the tune is as good as this one keeps at it !. I don't play with nails and do like slow stuff.
" Listening to it again, I flubbed a note, skipped one all together and played one that should have sustained from the previous bar..."
I doubt that anyone who didn't play this (or certainly anyone who didn't play classical guitar) would have noticed. I don't think I did but I was reading your post while listening so something might have flashed by. Honestly I don't think that I'll ever be such a classical guitarist that a single minor flub will cause me to reject an otherwise fine recording.
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I suggest you cross-post in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=109053
There are a whole group of us studying Sor's Op 60 Exercises together and comments. Most of us have played #14 already, you are more than welcome to join us.