Improvisation based on 16th Caprice by Nicolo Paganini:
Improvisation around a fun percussion pattern:
A jazzy improvisation over a simple chord progression.
A solo for two guitars, one interrupting the other at times. I recorded one improvisation first and then another on top of it, later cutting and arranging some parts a little bit.
Instead of recording videos, I am going to try putting the tracks on SoundClound for some time. I want to work on my recording quality, as it is quite poor at the moment.
This is a simple improvisation, more to test my recording than anything else.
“Hey, Ho, Let’s go” was the first idea that came to mind when I was naming this improvisation, but then I realized that I already heard it somewhere…
This is an easy rock drum pattern and I love to play some simple riffs with it. As usual, I am getting lost in my ideas later on, as I variate the hell out of the original riff.
I like this drum pattern and the melody came naturally as soon as I started playing with it.
One of the benefits of a scalloped neck is that slides are much easier to play, as fingertips do not touch the fingerboard.
So much to say, so little time. One phrase follows another, abruptly interrupting it. In the end there is no one to listen to it all, and so the monologue concludes in falling asleep.
I am playing around with a couple fun chords and some ideas sound interesting in this improvisation. However, one problem here is that I do not control the pressure of my fingers when changing the chords at this speed, and I press on the strings too hard, bending the notes randomly. It is one of the drawbacks of scalloped neck, but I really like it because it forces me to pay attention and play as accurately as I can.
Definitely something I have to work on.